The Rebbe of Viznitz sharply attacks the closure of the mikveh in Viznitz housing: “If I could, I would go myself to protest. I want to hear that the mikveh is open tomorrow ”
After the police chiefs arrived at Tish in the courtyard of Viznitz on the evening of the Yom Kippur fast: The Rebbe of Viznitz, who was informed this morning (Tuesday), when he arrived at the morning prayer, that the mikveh in the Viznitz housing complex in Bnei Brak had closed, immediately summoned Rabbi Avraham Stern, and ordered him to call those in charge of the mikveh – and demand from them To be opened immediately, at least one pit.
Rebbe Moiznitz stated: “Were it not for the tight time of prayer time, I would have gone myself to protest against the closure of the mikveh.”
The Rebbe added: “I want to hear that the mikveh is open tomorrow. That he would leave only one pit full, an entrance from the side, and they would be told that it was closed – and that the boys would be baptized. I will not allow the closure of a mikveh, a synagogue and schools. “
The Rebbe expressed himself in harsh words: “Let us prepare for a war of attrition. It started that they were put in a beit midrash yesterday and now they are taking care of the mikveh. Already yesterday, they should have been prevented from entering the beit midrash. “
In the shadow of the developing confrontation in front of the Hassidic courtyard, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this evening spoke by telephone with the Rebbe of Moiznitz, following the tish held last night with the participation of his followers.
On Saturday evening, Minister Aryeh Deri visited the Rebbe’s house, and during a conversation that lasted about 50 minutes, presented the disease data to the Rebbe and asked that the Chassidim follow the guidelines of the Ministry of Health – but apparently without success.
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