In the well-known Dizengoff Square in the city of Tel Aviv, a mass Yom Kippur prayer was held, with the participation of masses – hundreds of residents of the city, in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and the restrictions of the Corona.
Israel Zeira, who organized the prayer, wrote on Facebook: “The God of the Corona is the most original promoter there is. Who would believe the Tel Aviv Municipality, would agree to close the fountain in honor of the worshipers, who would believe that 1000 worshipers would gather on the road to shout “.
He further wrote: “Who would have believed that the police would approve of this. There is Gd and He smiles at us through masks. I love you when you are united and loving.”
At the same time, a prayer service was held on Arnon Street in north Tel Aviv with hundreds of seculars in the Ezekiel Synagogue, headed by Rabbi Aryeh Levin. In the documentation, the end of the closing prayer can be seen in place.
Rabbi Levin says in a conversation with Kikar Hashabat: “This year many hundreds more participated than in previous years, lots of new faces. Prayer in the public space has brought with it, many more who are afraid to enter the synagogue, and we are considering “We finished 20 minutes after the end of the fast, and the crowd did not feel the fast, just the status of sanctifying the name.”
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