Netanyahu talks with Rebbe Moiznitz about the Koruna


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A day after the police raid on the Tish in Viznitz, and after the publication in Kikar Hashabat about the harsh words that Rebbe Moiznitz said this morning (Tuesday) about the closure of the mikveh and the schools, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Rebbe Moiz Use.

Kikar Hashabat learned that the prime minister called the Rebbe around 7:00 PM and talked to him about the morbidity data and ways to deal with the raging epidemic. The conversation lasted about ten minutes, during which real talks took place between the two.

Kikar Hashabat also learned that at the beginning of the conversation the prime minister apologized if the followers were harmed by the entry of the police last night, and the Rebbe replied to the prime minister that the ultra-Orthodox public is very disciplined and that it is important for the public to adhere to religious principles.

The Rebbe added that the ultra-Orthodox public is not interested in unnecessary quarrels with the authorities, and that recently due to the situation the ultra-Orthodox feel very deprived in everything related to the guidelines issued by the authorities.

As reported earlier in Kikar Hashabat, this morning, after the morning prayer, the Rebbe called the Rabbi R. Avraham Stern and ordered him to immediately call those in charge of the mikveh in Kiryat Vizhnitz in Bnei Brak and order them to open the mikveh for the public good.

The Rebbe even spoke and told Gabay that “if it were not for the tight time of prayer time, I would have gone to protest against the closure of the mikveh myself.” The Rebbe added firmly: “I will not allow the closure of a mikveh, a synagogue and schools; I want to hear that the mikveh is open as early as tomorrow morning.”

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After the direct order to Gabay, the Rebbe told the Hasidic public: “Let them prepare for a war of attrition here – it started with them being admitted to the court yesterday and now they are being taken to the mikveh.”

“Already yesterday they should have been prevented from entering the court,” said the Rebbe, referring, of course, to the policemen who came last night to visit in the midst of the Tish.

Last night, on the eve of Yom Kippur, police forces patrolled for several hours in Kiryat Viznitz in Bnei Brak and entered the Tishim Hall of the Hassidim in the midst of the Tish held by the Rebbe for Hassidim. : “Event organizers received 33” reports “.

Last Friday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke by telephone with the Rebbe of Belza, introducing him to the spread of the ‘corona’ and the obligation to obey instructions. In a conversation, Netanyahu presented the high morbidity figures in the ultra-Orthodox sector in recent days.

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