In a covert operation throughout the night, students of the Homesh Yeshiva placed the yeshiva in its permanent location. Another step on the way to the full regulation of the five-year meeting. At the end of the work in the early morning, the head of the Samaria Council, Yossi Dagan, arrived and erected a mezuzah at the entrance to the Beit Midrash. Dagan: "A historic moment - a few steps from correcting the terrible injustice of the expulsion in Homesh."
History in Samaria. After two months ago the law to repeal the Disengagement Law was passed in Samaria, a five-year yeshiva was located tonight in the permanent residence on state land. A few hundred meters from where she sat to this day.
The moment the mezuzah is hung in the Chumash, photo: Yeshivat Homesh
The operation, which was made possible with donations from Israel and around the world, was attended by Homesh Yeshiva students and volunteers who came to help.
At the end of the work in the early morning, Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan arrived at the site and set a mezuzah at the entrance to the yeshiva beit midrash and greeted:
"A historic moment - a few steps from correcting the terrible injustice of the expulsion in Homesh, since the expulsion we have been working day and night to correct the injustice that is not only personal to the deportees but to the entire nation of Israel. Two months ago, the Knesset officially removed the mark of Cain of expulsion from the law book of the State of Israel. And this is another step on the way to the full correction, we will still reach the gardens of Kadim and Sa-Nur, the people of Israel raise their heads today."
Shmuel Wendy, Director General of the Homesh Yeshiva, added: "B"H, tonight we have taken another step towards the full regulation of the settlement and yeshiva in Homesh. We thank all the donors, volunteers and all those involved throughout the years, who helped reach this moment."
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