New Sanhedrin's Goals for Noahides and Kabbalah

What are the new Sanhedrin's goals regarding the Noahides and Kabbalah?

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As far as I know, they aspire to become an international court for Noahides. I heard that they even received a request to judge between the Chinese government and the Falon-Gong, but I am not sure about the details.

Regarding Kabbalah - I have no idea.

I found a link about old and new sanhedrin - hope this helps:

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