A fellow resident of Flatbush has warned Jewish homes about unknown letters that mimic missionary Elul mailings and seem problematic.
According to the resident, 2 letters from a missionary organization were mailed to his home in Flatbush, and while they appeared to be ‘Jewish’ at first glance, it was quite obvious that they are trying to lure people into their ideology.
The first mailing was in the form of a pamphlet while the second was an “inconspicuous envelope”, that looked like a letter or a thank you card from a friend. Upon opening it, the card inside included wishes for a Shana Tova and proceeded to have “lots of garbage written in it.”
According to the resident, it was obvious from the few phrases and words that it was from a missionary organization. The reader noticed many mentions of ‘the Messiah’, ‘Isaia’, and ‘G-d’, and seemed to give a lot of ‘Torah’ sources for everything. The card also gave some websites one can go to to ‘seek answers’ and ‘investigate’ various concepts.
The resident then warned all Jewish homes to dispose of these letters and envelopes immediately, in order to avoid innocents from getting the wrong information.