On video: Chief Rabbi of Israel Yitzhak Yosef calls for dialogue on the legal revolution (Walla system!)
The Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yitzhak Yosef, called this evening (Saturday) in his weekly class to talk about the legal revolution promoted by the coalition.
According to him, "We need to have peace in the nation. All the disputes and the fratricidal war that is going on - it's a disturbing thing, it's very painful."
The rabbi, who holds a public position that forbids him to interfere in political matters, emphasized that he "does not interfere in these things, but at least we need to convince them, meet and explain to them."
"There should be a conversation."
Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef (Photo: Flash 90, David Cohen, Flash 90)
In his words, Yosef also criticized the High Court's intervention in religious matters and said: "At least in religious matters they will not interfere, why are you interfering in the religious affairs of the Rabbinical Court?
You are not above the Great Court."
At the end of the lesson he repeated his reading and said: "There should be a dialogue between them, that there should not be a fratricidal war, we are all the people of Israel, and love your neighbor as you do, we are all brothers."
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