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Rabbi Edelstein: Do not confront protesters against the legal reform in Bnei Brak - voila! news

2023-03-22T20:04:30.885Z


The rabbi, one of the leaders of the ultra-Orthodox community, issued an instruction to yeshiva voters not to participate in demonstrations, in preparation for tomorrow's protest against the legal reform in Bnei Brak. "Not to enter into discussions with them under any circumstances, and God forbid to go out into the streets of a city and participate in any demonstration"


"Orthodox for Democracy": a demonstration against the legal revolution outside Gafni's house (Walla system!)

The 98-year-old Rabbi Gershon Edelstein, one of the leaders of the ultra-Orthodox community, today (Wednesday) issued an instruction to yeshiva voters not to participate in demonstrations and not to confront opponents of the legal revolution, this is in preparation for the protest expected tomorrow in Bnei Brak.

The instruction was published in his name by the Chairman of the Yeshiva Board, Rabbi Chaim Aharon Kaufman.



The message reads: "As recently there have arisen people who are far from our Torah and observance of its mitzvahs, in matters of matzah and quarreling over the occupants of the tent of the holy yeshiva students who are the sustainers of the world, we are calling to all the dear yeshiva students, stay away from them and their numbers and not to enter into discussions with them under any circumstances, and God forbid to go out into the streets of a city and participate in any demonstration." In



the message, they also referred to the Passover holiday and noted that "in these days when we set out for eternal freedom and you have no free son but those who deal with the Torah, they will add strength to the Torah's diligence and diligence ".

The recruiting office set up by the members of the Milomen protest in Bnei Brak last week (photo: official website, Amnon Horesh)

Vigilance was recorded today in Bnei Brak in preparation for the intention of the organizers of the protest against the legal revolution to arrive in the city tomorrow evening and demonstrate there.

The residents of the city, including senior members of the political system, criticized the protesters' intention to come to the city and called not to confront them.



"I call on all the residents and members of the ultra-orthodox sector not to treat the protesters, not to come into confrontations with them and not to play into their hands, this is forbidden. And alongside this call, I wonder why they are suddenly holding a demonstration in Bnei Brak? What are the residents of Bnei Brak guilty of and what do they want from them?" Said MK Moshe Gafni, one of the leaders of Torah Judaism and a resident of the city, in a conversation with Walla!.



"Going against the population or the public to make headlines?

The goal is clear, they are trying to drag the ultra-Orthodox sector into this protest because it is easier for our public to be defamed by Simcha Rothman or Yariv Levin," added Gafni.

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