In Mattityahu / Matthew 5:17-19 For, amen, truly I say to you, until Shamayim and haaretz pass away, not one yod, not one tag, will pass from the Torah until everything is accomplished. Therefore, whoever annuls one of the least of these mitzvot and so teaches Bnei Adam, shall be called katon (least) in the Malchut HaShamayim; but whoever practices and teaches them, this one will be called gadol (great) in the Malchut HaShamayim. ”
The terms, “fulfill” and “abolish,” refer to Torah and are both rabbinical Jewish expressions. When an ancient rabbi gave a reasonable and logical commentary on a Scripture verse he was said to be fulfilling Torah. In other words, he was doing a good job in rightly dividing it. If on the other hand he had incorrectly commented on the Scripture, he was accused of abolishing the verse through incorrect commentary.
Being willfully ignorant of these common Jewish idioms, the early anti-Semetic church forefathers taught that since Maran Yeshua fulfilled Torah, they don’t have to do anything (not mitzvot).
Obviously this kind of interpretation of Mattityahu 5:17-19 results in wrong teachings, and produces antinomianism (anti-Torah).
Our blessed Master Yeshua was teaching that unlike others who were preaching the abolition of Torah through weird interpretations, Our Rabbi, Maran Yeshua was sent to fulfill or to correctly interpret Torah. He gave no license to his talmidim (disciples) to break Torah. This is wishful thinking on the part of popery and misguided "believers". For 2 millennia the paganized system has been breaking Torah and worst of all, distributing tips and encouragement for others to do the same.
Our holy Rabbi bound all believers to observe and to teach Torah observance until heaven and earth disappear. Maran Yeshua said that Torah should be taught in community, until the Olam Habah (coming world) dawns (Matt. 5:17-19)!
Many so called "believers" have taught lawlessness instead of teaching Torah. They thus embarked on a faith devoid of Torah and their Jewish ancestors, thus rendering themselves least in the kingdom. This is in a way watering down what HaShem has for us. Not only gave us the Korban (sacrifice to draw near), but He also gave us the way (Torah) to relate to Him, to live for Him, the way He did plan for us. No pagan practices allowed.