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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Thousands pray against 'Kerry decrees' at Western Wall

On a gorgeous January afternoon, thousands of people came out to the Western Wall to pray against the 'Kerry decrees.'
A massive gathering brought thousands together at the Kotel (Western Wall) Thursday night, in prayers beseeching G-d to "cancel the decrees" of US Secretary of State John Kerry, whose peace plans would create an Arab capital in Jerusalem.
The prayer rally, which was held under the title "prayer for the redemption of the people of Israel and their portion," was attended by Jewish Home coalition members including Housing and Construction Minister Uri Ariel, Deputy Religious Minister Rabbi Eli Ben-Dahan, MK Orit Struk and MK Moti Yogev.
Rabbi Chaim Druckman, head of the Bnei Akiva yeshivas, Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Arba Rabbi Dov Lior and Chief Rabbi of Tzfat Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu led the prayers, asking G-d to "give strength, courage, truth and faith to our leaders. Give them fear and great awe of You, that they will fear greatly to harm our holy land."
Ariel commented that "thousands of people came to prayer for the people of Israel, to strengthen the government and the one who stands at its head, that he may be able to stand firm against the different pressures coming from the other side of the ocean," reports Mako.
There are many more pictures at the first link.

I'm waiting for someone to do a pulsa d'nura.

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At 3:10 PM, Blogger AnneT said...

Hello, I heard that there were 2 silver trumpets blown at this gathering, can you confirm that? I am curious because that seems to be an important signal according to Numbers 10.


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