Council of Sages in Teaching: Not to pray inside synagogues

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The Council of Sages, headed by the president of the council, Rosh Yeshiva, the genius Hacham Shalom Cohen, published a special ruling tonight (Tuesday) according to which one should pray only in the open and be careful not to violate the guidelines of the Ministry of Health.

The letter is signed by the President of the Council, Gershom Cohen, and the members of the Council, Rabbi Shimon Badani, Rabbi Reuven Elbaz, Rabbi David Yosef and Rabbi Moshe Maya.

At the beginning of the letter, the rabbis write: “In spreading over us the days of Sukkot, the time of our joy, we are commanded to celebrate the holiday and maintain health, and in these times we have a duty to strengthen and keep both commandments together.”

The great men of Israel warn that those who do not follow the instructions become fearful of murder: “To observe and observe all the health instructions one by one, without any permission from the teacher at all, so that he will not harm or be harmed, and, God forbid, to come to this to provide murder, and a great sin.

The following details the leaderships and guidelines on how to behave during the holidays, and teaches that all prayers must be held only in the open space, and that prayers must not be held indoors: “We came with a holy call to all who touched the fear of God in his heart, to hold all prayers even on holidays In the open space only, in a limited quorum, keeping a distance and wearing a mask throughout the prayer, and keep a close eye on the distance even during the leaps and bounds and do not hold any prayers indoors, as for “Hamira danger from Isura”.

“On the eighth day of Atzeret and Simchat Torah, caution must be exercised, and care must be taken not to transfer the Torah scrolls from one to another. It should not be said that they will not circle together in circles, etc. “Do not kiss the Torah scroll under any circumstances, and instead of saying that it is short, it is not allowed to extend, and all the prayers and rounds, etc. will be done quickly and that is enough.”

The rabbis added: “Every family will celebrate the holidays only in their homes, in the arms of their families, and do not go and stay during the holidays, not even a son with his father and a bride with her mother-in-law. His family members in whatever way he can. “

The members of the council sign their letter with a call to strengthen in prayer and a faithful blessing for all Israel: Many pleasant and good and near redemption. Akir. And he hears that he will probably live. “







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