Who is like your people Israel: Satmar Chassid from Mea Shearim found among the crates of soul candles he ordered for the store no less than NIS 600,000 • The full story and the rabbi’s ruling on the first publication in Behadrei Haredim
Avraham Rotman, a follower of Satmar, who owns a well-known container chain in the Mea Shearim neighborhood and Beit Shemesh ‘Here is Cheap Rotman’s’, returned 600,000 shekels he found inside the warehouse among boxes of soul candles on the eve of Yom Kippur.
In a video document that reached Behadrei Haredim, he says excitedly, “Gentlemen, listen to a story that is happening here.”
“My employee, a righteous Jew, a Satmar follower, ordered 20 boxes of soul candles before Yom Kippur. He opens one of the boxes and that is what he will discover. Over half a million NIS.”
“He asked a rabbi who ruled that he could take them because the owner had already apparently despaired. But the hippo decided he was returning. He located the lost husband who is expected to enter here in a few minutes. Who is like your people to Israel?”
It should be noted that the owner of the lost, who is from the circles of religious Zionism, cried with excitement, and did not stop praising the Satmar Hasidism there, noting that he had heard of “extreme” Hasidism as he put it, but here a completely different picture was revealed to him.
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