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Did you make the children the bikes for Yom Kippur? It can cost you a lot of money - Walla! Of money

2021-09-14T18:28:40.763Z

If you are planning to send your children to the roads, there are those in the religious community who warn that your livelihood will be harmed, but even if it sounds absurd and imaginary to you, there is a good chance that you will have to part with tens and possibly hundreds of thousands of shekels in the event of an accident.



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Did you make the children the bikes for Yom Kippur?

It can cost you a lot of money

If you are planning to send your children to the roads, there are those in the religious community who warn that your livelihood will be harmed, but even if it sounds absurd and imaginary to you, there is a good chance that you will have to part with tens and possibly hundreds of thousands of shekels in the event of an accident.

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Are you planning to ride a bicycle on Yom Kippur?

You really should think about it again.

It is not a question of health considerations lest you be harmed in an accident, but of harm from a completely different direction, from the direction of Gd, when at stake - the risk that as a result your livelihood will be harmed.

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Even she maintained the sanctity of the holiday.

Golda Meir (Photo: Official website, courtesy of the IDF Archives at the Ministry of Defense, IDF Spokesman Collection)

Rabbi Mordechai Blewi, chairman of the Holy Vigil and Education and one of the most powerful people in Torah Judaism, sent a message to Walla readers: " And he betrays the ancestors of his ancestors who gave their lives for this day. " According to Rabbi Blewi, he feels a strong need to protect the people of Israel from possible harm to his livelihood, but not only - also the possibility that the desecration of the holiday will lead to the punishment of the descendants of the perpetrators. "It is imperative to warn the masses of the House of Israel lest they and their descendants desecrate the holy feast. We all need the grace of heaven, especially at this time when the whole globe is unstable due to an uncontrolled global plague."



Blau does not spare his warning and in order to bring hearts together, he gives a number of examples of high-ranking Israeli leaders who, despite being secular, found it appropriate to honor the sanctity of the holiday: "Yom Kippur is the holiest day for the Jewish people." Meir at the outbreak of the Yochak war, and she was not exactly observant. "

According to him, even Ben-Gurion, who was essentially an antithesis to everything from which Diaspora Jewry fled, decided that on Yom Kippur the state was closed.

Safer in the field (Photo: image processing, Yoav Lavi)

Adv. Assaf Warsaw (Photo: PR)

Yom Kippur is a "money time" for thousands of businesses in Israel that sell and repair bicycles, but for Blau, the blasphemy is significant and it also comes out as a buffer against parents who miss their children: "Who gave permission to oppress the innocent children from Judaism and synagogue? This supreme day for a kind of Tour de France - bicycle trips in the streets. In all generations and in all situations every Jew, he knew that it was a holy day for the Jewish people and the Gentiles also knew how to appreciate this day. And not only the Eastern testimonies which are essentially traditional, but also the Europeans who were supposedly heretics kept this holy day. It is very unfortunate that a detached generation has arisen that kicks even at this minimum and more in public. "



And if Rabbi Blewi's message does not frighten you, you should read carefully the words of Adv. Assaf Warsaw, who speaks of more physical dangers, which are actually seen from the court in Israel: "Every Yom Kippur, quite a few children and adults are injured in bicycle accidents. long, there is also a considerable economic risk. "



According to Mr. Warsaw, there is a sense among the public as on the above, traffic rules do not apply to every rider will do whatever he wished, but this is a mistake: riding in defiance of traffic recklessly brought In the event of an accident, you will allow the injured party to file a lawsuit against the cyclist, causing enormous economic damage.



Thus, for example, he tells of a case that occurred on the last Yom Kippur in which parents of a child allowed him to ride on Yom Kippur and rage on the road, which led to an accident in which two cyclists in their thirties were injured.

"Unfortunately, the two were rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with abstract crises and later, it was determined that they will suffer a permanent disability for the rest of their lives. It is estimated that this is a cumulative damage of hundreds of thousands of shekels, which the child's parents will have to pay."



According to Warsaw, this is one example of many kinds of bicycle trips on Yom Kippur that end with a huge hole in the pocket for riders and their families.

In conclusion, he emphasizes: "Since this is a day when many people ride on the roads, the court expects users on the road to ride more carefully. Violation of the duty of care and involvement in a car accident can end not only in physical trauma, but also financially. Pay close attention to where and how children ride. "Do not close your eyes and guide them so that they do not run wild on the road."

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