Video from שיעורי הינוקא - The Yanuka Rav Shlomo Yehuda
"This video is presented in commemoration of our teacher and rabbi, the Yanuka's 33rd birthday. My gratitude is given first and foremost to the Creator of the World, that we merited the tzaddik, foundation of the world, the Torah genius, the Yanuka, Rav Shlomo Yehuda Be'eri Shilta, who has now reached 33 years of age. May Hash-m prolong his days in goodness and pleasantness, in order to magnify Torah and 'restore the crown to its former glory.' The video before you captures moments in the life and ways of the Yanuka; fascinating records from the unique childhood of a prodigy who climbed and succeeded reaching spiritual peaks despite unconventional conditions and difficult winding roads. Leading rabbis testify, "A neshama like his descends once in many generations." And now, we merit discovering a small portion from the childhood of a Torah giant who grew out of a generation in upheaval - into a pure world of yearning and longing for Hash-m. From his youth he paved his way in acquiring the Torah in its complete entirety and spreading its light on ways of peace; becoming a magnet which draws and retrieves, and further irrigating the assembly who 'searches out Hash-m,' those thirsty for water. I am full of thanks to Hash-m for giving me the privilege of presenting the finished product and quenching the viewer's thirst to know and be warmed by his light. Special thanks to all, who because them, I was able to gather the material for the video: Moshe Davidovitch, the magazine: Mishpacha, Y. Shalom for the rare pictures, S. Kalman for the footage and documentation, Y. Moses for the rare material, D. Freidman, and to all who wish to remain anonymous. With blessings, Aryeh Gold." from video introduction
Christians Anoint Young Rabbi as ‘False Messiah’
"Misunderstanding by end-times prophecy-watchers leads many to believe that the tribulation is at hand (May 2021)
We have received a lot of inquiries in recent weeks regarding “reports” that the Orthodox Jewish community in Israel has anointed the Messiah, which for Christians would mean a false messiah.
We say “reports” in quotation marks because this story appears nowhere in the Israeli media, not even in Orthodox Jewish news outlets that are almost as eager as their Christian counterparts to address this topic. Kind of strange if indeed a consensus had been reached in the Orthodox community regarding the identity of the Messiah.
Still, dedicated as we are to getting to the bottom of the story, we reached out to Orthodox Jewish contacts here in Jerusalem to ask what they knew. Not only had none of them heard about a messianic anointing, most were entirely unfamiliar with the young rabbi at the center of the claims, Shlomo Yehudah Be’eri.
Keen to identify the anti-Christ in order to confirm that we are in the very last of last days, the fact is that far more Christians than Jews seek to crown this man as “messiah.”
So what’s the deal?
Last month, some Spanish-language Christian channels on YouTube began circulating a video clip of young Rabbi Shlomo Yehudah arriving at the Western Wall, where he was greeted with great reverence by more senior rabbis and a throng of Orthodox Jews.
Why Spanish-speaking Christians? Well, the clip of the young rabbi would likely have never been known to the Christian world without first being referenced by a Spanish-language Orthodox Jewish channel that’s apparently being monitored by Christians.
The “Punto Breslev” channel had posted a video suggesting that the Corona crisis could be leading to the revelation of the Messiah. To illustrate the religious fervor gripping much of Israel these days, the host of “Punto Breslev” showed the clip of Rabbi Shlomo Yehudah arriving at the Western Wall.
The topic of the segment, together with the images of Shlomo Yehudah being so honored by senior rabbis, led some Christian viewers to conclude that he was being anointed as Messiah.
The “Punto Breslev” segment went on to talk about Orthodox Judaism’s reverence for King Hezekiah, Son of David (Hizkiyahu Ben David in Hebrew) as the prototype for any messianic candidate. Some Christian viewers again got their wires crossed and attached the name to Shlomo Yehudah. As the story spread among the broader Christian world, the Spanish transliteration of that name stuck, and numerous videos and articles were posted referring to the young rabbi as “Jizkiyahu Ben David.”.." from the article: Christians Anoint Young Rabbi as ‘False Messiah’