At the end of the prayer: “Hatikva” in Dizengoff Square – Israel News


Jews from all over Tel Aviv flocked to Yom Kippur prayers in Dizengoff Square in the city, led by the “Rosh Yehudi” organization.

All participants adhered to the guidelines of social distance and wore masks. At the end of the closing prayer, they sang the national anthem, “Hatikva” together.

Chairman of the “Rosh Yehudi” organization Israel Zeira: “The God of the Corona is the most original promoter there is. Who would have believed that the Tel Aviv municipality would agree to close the fountain in honor of the worshipers, who would have believed that a thousand worshipers would gather on the road to shout “The name is God” in Dizengoff Square. Who would have believed that the police would approve it. There is a G-d and he smiles at us through masks. I love you when you are united and in love. ‘

Photo: PR Rosh Yehudi

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