Rebbe Moiznitz in pain: “I would protest against the closure of the mikveh”


Rebbe Moiznitz’s harsh statement this morning about the closure of the mikvahs around the country: “I will not allow the closure of mikvehs, synagogues and schools, if I could I would go and protest myself.” From the tish on the evening of Yom Kippur

Closure and closure of the mikvahs: Rebbe Moiznitz, who arrived this morning (Tuesday) for morning prayers, noticed that not all the boys were present, the Rebbe asked why the boys were not present and heard that the mikveh in the Vizhnitz housing was closed and that the boys went to mikvahs elsewhere.

Behadrei Haredim learned that the Rebbe expressed his sorrow over this and called Rabbi Chassid Rabbi Avraham Stern of Gabay Beit Midrash and ordered him to call immediately those in charge of the mikveh in the housing, demanding that they open the mikveh immediately, at least one pit.

The Rebbe stated: “If it were not for the tight time of prayer time, I would have gone to protest against the closure of the mikveh myself, I would not allow the closure of the mikveh, synagogue and schools.”

The Rebbe added: “I want to hear that the mikveh is already open tomorrow that will leave only one pit full, entrance from the side, and they will be told that it is closed, and that the boys will be baptized. The Rebbe had to prevent them from entering the court.

Last Saturday evening, Minister Deri visited the Rebbe’s residence, a meeting with the Rebbe and MK Tessler for about fifty minutes, during which the high morbidity data and the dangers of not following the instructions were presented to the Rebbe.

Deri explained the importance of wearing masks, as well as the importance of preventing older members of the community from attending large quorums, along with the importance of not entering patients or those with untested symptoms.

The Rebbe, for his part, explained to Deri the importance of keeping synagogues and mikvahs open while maintaining healthy guidelines.

In addition, Behadrei Haredim learned that the Rebbe, who heard about the closure of the mikveh on the eve of Yom Kippur in the Hasidic court in Ashdod, expressed shock at this, saying that how could it be that on the eve of the holy day Jews would not be baptized in the mikveh.

A source in the Chassidut even referred to the video of the policemen who visited Viznitz and went out with the Rebbe. But there were some policemen who stayed aside to wait until the end of the tish to show the commanders that they had taken the rebbe out of the tish.

“The police are probably not up to date that the Rebbe in one word or a small hint to the Chassidim would not have left a single male there for the mobile.

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