Haifa police officers were called last night (Sunday) to a large sukkah in the Hadar neighborhood of Haifa, which is adjacent to the Beit Midrash of the followers of Belza in the city, upon receiving a report at Hotline 100 regarding a gathering in the sukkah.
When the police arrived at the scene, they noticed the sukkah in question, which is located in the synagogue compound – and inside it were several dozen of the followers.
As a result, the police registered a fine of NIS 5,000 for Gabay and NIS 500 for each of the crowd, contrary to the instructions of the corona closure, along with a demand to return home immediately.
A police spokeswoman said that she “calls on the public to obey the guidelines and directives of the Ministry of Health, as their non-existence disrupts the national effort in the fight against the outbreak of the virus and its spread in Israel.”
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