Rebbe Moiznitz: “Let us prepare for a bitter war”

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After the police raid last night in the hall where Rebbe Moiznitz’s’ tish was held and the storm caused by the documentation in which the chassidim are seen returning to their homes, Rebbe Moiznitz launches a scathing attack on the authorities.

Kikar Hashabat has learned that this morning after the morning prayer, the Rebbe called Rabbi Avraham Stern and instructed him to immediately call those in charge of the mikveh in Kiryat Viznitz in Bnei Brak, and order them to open the mikveh for the benefit of the public.

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 “that they will prepare for a war of attrition here – it started with them being brought into 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 police officers who came last night to visit in the midst of the Tish.

One of the Chassidim tells Kikar Hashabat that the background to the Rebbe’s harsh words is a threat received by the person in charge of the mikveh from various sources, which caused him to empty the mikveh’s pits of water,







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