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The Mashiaj must be of the Judah tribe...
... or he could be of one of the other 11 tribes of Israel? Thanks for your answers.
(07-20-2020, 10:50 AM)Carlos P.D. wrote: ... or he could be of one of the other 11 tribes of Israel? Thanks for your answers.

The messiah is supposed to be from the tribe of Judah.

(The belief in a coming messiah is not universally held among Jews.)
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OK, RabbiO, thanks for your reply. And what about you? Do you believe in the arrival of the Mashiaj? Are the Jews ready to obey a new king in their nation? Or are they happy with their democracy, political parties and the election system?
Just be aware that "j" does not sound the same in English as it does in Spanish. It might confuse people. You should maybe use "ch" instead. For example, "Mashiach" or "Mashiaḥ" for מָשִׁיחַ.
Every tradition holds that the Messiah is to come from Judah.
Ok, thanks for the information, Jason. Instead of Mashiaj I will use the word "Messiah" for now on...
But, guys, imagine that God choose a Hebrew from a tribe different than Judah. And that person presents as the Messiah and defends the position of building the Third Temple of Jerusalem (even if that means war with the arabs). What do you do with him? Will you kill him? Will you arrest him?
If he manages to do all that is expected of the Messiah, I don't think anyone is going to object to him being the Messiah.

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