The Sanhedrin English The Sanhedrin English

Sponsors and Friends

The following links provide related information to the nascent Sanhedrin and other websites related to the Jewish legal system.

Special Court for Matters Concerning the Nation and the State Chief Justice: Rabbi Yisrael Ariel. In March 21, 2006, the nascent Sanhedrin declared that continued support of the Sanhedrin for the political and public institutions in the future is dependent on the actions of the elected officials to work towards the enactment of a Torah "Basic Law" In spite of aggressive moves against various religious communities within the Land of Israel, the nascent Sanhedrin is interested in lobbying for reform within the existing government institutions, this court is dedicated to this effort.

Special Court for Matters Concerning the Bnei Noah Chief Justice: Rabbi Yoel Schwartz. Rabbi Yoel Schwartz, received the blessing of leading hareidi-religious Rabbi Shalom Elyashiv to engage in the project of creating a court and infrastructure for B'nai Noah. Rabbi Schwartz is the Deputy Chancellor, Segan Av Beit Din, of the nascent Sanhedrin. He is also the Chief Justice, Av Beit Din, of this court, the Special Court for Matters Concerning Bnei Noah, known in Hebrew as Beit Din L'inyanei Bnei Noach, or BDBN.

Beni-Noah, Rabbi Yoel Schwartz Rabbi Yoel Schwartz received the blessing of leading hareidi-religious Rabbi Shalom Elyashiv to engage in the project of creating a court and infrastructure for B'nai Noah[1]. Rabbi Schwartz is the Deputy Chancellor,Segan Av Beit HaDin of the nascent Sanhedrin and the Chief Justice,Av Beit HaDin for the B'nai Noah court.

High Council of B'nei Noah Resource center for information about the council, projects being worked on, official announcements, and learning resources. In contains a brief introduction to the Noahide Covenant according to the ancient oral Torah tradition of the Jewish people, every human being among the nations of the world is considered a Ben Noah (Noahide).

United Noachide Council Was founded in 2006 by Billy Jack Dial to serve the needs of Noachides worldwide. One of the primary organization’s goals is to support a democratic Noachide assembly that represents the interests and needs of Noachide Communities throughout the world, and ultimatly to support a Supreme United Noachide Council composed of only qualified Noachide judges which will have graduated from a yeshiva for B'nei Noach in Israel. It currently maintains a set of Noachide Courts for arbitration.

Jewish Law - Examining halacha, Jewish Issues and Secular Law In order to forge a better understanding of the interaction between Halacha and secular law, Jewish Law presents a wealth of information -- much of which is exclusive in cyberspace to this website -- on Halacha, Jewish issues and secular law. But Jewish Law seeks to accomplish more. We have designed this site not only as a research center in order to learn and acquire knowledge, but also as a place for people to "meet" and communicate with each other for professional networking purposes.

Articles comparing Jewish Law and American Secular Law Jewish Law maintains an archive of articles concerning how Jewish law perceives American law. The articles are listed below, by topic and title:

Qualifications for a Jewish judge and the operation of the Sanhedrin Key Concepts: Qualifications for a Jewish judge and the operation of the Sanhedrin. An excerpt from Rabbi Kaplan's Handbook of Jewish Thought.

Other links

People who visit the nascent Sanhedrin's website, also often visit these sites They represent some initiatives to restore a Biblical heritage and culture to the Jewish People. They are often of interest to English speaking visitors to this site. Disclaimer: They are not in any way related, approved or endorsed by the nascent Sanhedrin, and may contain information contrary to the position of the nascent Sanhedrin.

The Sanhedrin (Geulah) Website This website, in hebrew, describes the role of the Sanhedrin and is potential in modern Israeli society. It does not discuss the current nascent Sanhedrin.

The Israeli New Moon Society One of the most important jobs of the Sanhedrin was fixing the Jewish Calendar. Today this is done by mathematical calculation. Yet there is a minority Rabbinic opinion that sightings with witnesses are still required. This society attempts to explore that need.

Lishkat HaGazit School of Government is an independent educational institution, established to cast the light of Torah upon the question of Jewish Government. It will prepare the future bearers of public office to serve the nation. Prominent personalities are grouped in the Academic Staff of Lishkat HaGazit. The Curriculum is currently available only in Hebrew.

The Kingship of Israel This website is designed to increase the awareness of the Jewish people and Torah scholars towards the mitzvah of appointing a king. They publish halachic and academic articles on the subject of the kingship. They engage in the genealogical research of those families who claim to have Davidic roots.

Qeren - Royalist Movement of Israel To enforce a moral society, keeper of the Jewish people's identity and his legitimate inheritance, it is today crucial to restore the Monarchy in Israel. The Qeren Project is today just an idea. Its realization will start as soon as 22000 memberships are collected.

Davidic Dynasty, the Royal genealogy Modern genealogical research into the lineage of King David and his descendants, including the medieval exilarchs, until the present day.

The Eternal House of David Family Reunion A Jewish gathering 3,000 years in the making. It is time to assemble the descendants of King David in a show of unity and promise for our people.

The Temple Institute: The Holy Temple in Jerusalem The Temple Institute, founded in 1987, is a non-profit educational and religious organization located in Jerusalem. The Institute is dedicated to every aspect of the Biblical commandment to build the Holy Temple on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem. Our short-term goal is to rekindle the flame of the Holy Temple in the hearts of mankind (Jew and non-Jew) through education. Our long-term goal is to do all in our limited power to bring about the building of the Holy Temple in our time.

The Restored Holy Half-Shekel Information relating to the restored Holy Half-Shekel -- from its history to its future, from the Exile to the Redemption -- the renewed availability of the Holy Half-Shekel will have an impact on all of contemporary Judaism, moving it one step closer to preparing for the Ultimate Redemption. A version of the half-Shekel may be purchased from this website.

Techelet (Biblical blue fringe) Materials from all periods concerning Techelet and its uses, both ancient and current. Most of the source materials is in Hebrew. Techelet may be purchased from this website.

(Incense of the Temple) Ketoret spices, now made available in oil form, were especially prepared for use in the Havdallah ceremony. They may be purchased as a set of eleven small bottles from this website.


  1. The Biblical, Monotheistic, Abrahamic faith, that was common among non-Jews who lived in or around Israel for hundreds of years until the destruction of the second Temple, is called in Rabbinic literature "Bnei Noach" or "Noahide" faith. This system of belief is thought to be the root of Christianity and Islam, as it is referred to both in the New Testament and the Qur'an.