Have a share in the precious mitzva of shmita And merit the tremendous bracha of וציוויתי את ברכתי -The ultimate bracha for wealth, abundance and overall blessing in life.
The ONLY shmita organization:
That enables you to privately OWN (registered in the Israeli TABO!), and not lease, a proper shiur of land in Eretz Yisroel, so that you, too can be zoche to fulfill this mitzva in its fullest hiddur.
Gedolei Yisroel express overwhelming support for this holy endeavor of Agudat Hashmita:
Comment accomplir la mitsva de Shmita ?
S'inscrire pour acheter le terrain par procuration
Nous inscrivons le terrain au Cadastre à votre nom
Nous mettons le terrain au repos la septième année
Vous réalisez chaque jour cette Mitsva unique avec toutes les Berahots.
וממנה את אגודת שמיטה לרכוש בשליחותך יחידת קרקע עם גידולים חקלאיים
אנחנו דואגים לחקלאים שיעבדו את הקרקע ויגדלו גידולים חקלאיים בשנה השישית
אגודת שמיטה רוכשת את הקרקע בשליחותך ורושמת אותה עבורך בטאבו בנאמנות
אנחנו משביתים את הקרקע ומפקירים אותה לקראת שנת השמיטה
במצוות השמיטה הנדירה ובסגולה האדירה של 'וציוויתי את ברכתי'!
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Only farmers who work the agricultural land during the 6th year, can be mekayem the mitzva of shmita in the 7th year. The average layperson cannot become a farmer for the two years required to give him full schar for the mitzva. Agudat Shmita has the ultimate, most halachically mehudar solution! Ownership is attained via a trustee – shliach, a representative who completely fulfills the mitzva and thus enables you to harvest its infinite blessing.
In order to merit this unique opportunity, b’hiddur, most poskim hold that one must privately own a piece of land in Eretz Yisroel, and have it formally registered in his name in the Israeli Tabo, rather than temporarily lease it
Why shouldn’t I just RENT a piece of land?
Why Tabo and not ILA?
אני הוא שעתיד ליתן שכר טוב אם ישמרו אותן (I'm the one that will reward them, upon keeping my Mitzvos) "
(Midrash Tanhouma - מדרש תנחומא)
It’s Hashem’s actual promise: Those who keep shmita will merit endless bracha in their lives, and the segulah of "וציוויתי את ברכתי"
Questions - réponses: Shmita
The mitzva of shmita is in essence divided into two parts.
- One part is the mitzva of "והשביעית, תשמטנה ונטשתה" - Shemos, 23:11 "In the seventh year you shall leave it unattended and unharvested" This is referring to the commandment to be mafkir all produce that grows on owned land in the seventh year. It’s clear from here that the mitzva can be completed on agricultural land with ready trees or vegetation whose produce can be made hefker.
- The second part deals with "ושבתה הארץ שבת לה'" Vayikra, 25:2 (the land shall observe a Shabbos of Hashem) Here the mitzva is to refrain from work in this time. This can only be attained with land that was worked in the sixth year, and then left fallow in the seventh.
The psak of HaGaon Rav Elyashiv pertaining to mechiras chametz and a heter iska was that the documents should all be legally acceptable and that one should not be able to have them pronounced null and void in court. Same is with the din for kinyanim in halacha regarding ownership of land: In order for the kinyan to be complete, one must ensure the legalities are in order as well.
When dealing with ILA, the meaning is a long term lease, not complete ownership.
When it comes to ILA residential lands, there might be a side to consider it buying rather then leasing, yet an agricultural land is considered on a lower level for 3 main reasons:
- In order to really sell and give over the full rights of ownership, you need a special waiver by the ILA.
- You have to renew the contract every few years
- The ILA as the right to decide he's not interested in extending the lease, which isn't the case when it comes to residential lands.
No. Being that renting is not koneh, the field remains in the owner’s possession and doesn’t belong to the renter. It also works the other way around: If a yid rents his land to a goy, he still needs to do the mitzva of shmita because the land belongs to him.