Jerusalem is the Safest Place in the World – Rabbi Eliezer Berland Shlit”a

What is the end of the war dependent on?

Moreinu HaRav Eliezer Berland shlit”a’s holy words from Rosh Chodesh Kislev:

Now a missile has reached Kiryat Bialik, twenty kilometers north of Haifa, and a missile from Gaza to Daliyat al-Karmel, thirty kilometers south of Haifa, near Zikhron Ya’akov.

Yesterday, a man by the name of Yaakov, the greatest Tzaddik, was killed by a Hezbollah missile.  He was an Electric Company worker from Tiberias.

In the meantime, no missile has yet reached Jerusalem, and there are no missile alarms in Jerusalem.  Jerusalem is the furthest both from Hamas and from Hezbollah.

The safest place in the world is Jerusalem, more than Germany, more than Los Angeles.  Now a Jew was killed there by the name of Kessler.[1]  The most righteous Jew.  He was walking with an Israeli flag, received a blow from a certain protester, a young pro-Palestinian man.  And he [the man who struck him] called the police: “Come and see.  I didn’t do anything.  I even called you so you could see.  Poor thing, fell, received a blow on the head from the fall.”  The police believed him, in spite of there being a million witnesses that he killed him.  He called the police; now he’s free, walks around freely, laughs at everyone.

Everything is dependent on the girls who go in modesty.  Then the war will end completely.  Every day that the war continues, another five are killed, another five, another ten.  It has already reached fifty killed [at the time of the shiur] from the beginning of the war.

1,500 killed at the party, all the roads [were full of the] slain.  Zaka[2] couldn’t arrive, and neither could Magen David [Adom (the Israeli ambulance service)], because all the roads were closed with a thousand dead.  Three [hundred] from the party; every second, this is thirty killed, five seconds this is 150 killed.  And there were no rifles in the kibbutzim, not in the armory and not in private hands; only a few handguns and fifteen bullets.  With that, they succeeded; otherwise, it would have reached 10,000 killed.

Now we are already at 10,000 casualties and deaths.  7,500 injured and 1,500 killed, 240 hostages, and another 100 missing.  They say that in another eight days, they will already begin returning them; hopefully, it will be true.  They all should have actually been dead; by a miracle, they are not dead.  However, 1,500 dead is enough.

Such a holocaust has not been since the establishment of the State; from [19]48, there has never been such a tragedy.  Even though there were 1,500 killed in the War of Independence, but [nonetheless] it was spread out over a year and a half.  Here, it was one day, one hour, one minute.  They took control of all the [army] posts, all the kibbutzim within an hour.  After this, [in order] to release them, another 300 soldiers died.  If one soldier had been there [from the beginning], he would have stopped everything; another 300 would not have died, and another 300, and another 300 – altogether [reaching] 1,500.

Everything is only dependent on the modesty of the girls, that they all will go with long dresses until the ankle, to close buttons, not too raise up sleeves – then not a single soldier will die.

And the complete redemption will come speedily in our days, Amen.


[1] On November 5th, Paul Kessler, a 69-year-old Jew, died after being struck during a pro-Israel demonstration in Thousand Oaks, California (a city in Greater Los Angeles).  Loay Alnaji, a pro-Palestinian protester, was arrested after calling the police and claiming to have tried to “help” Kessler after a fall.  He was released after his bail was reduced from $1,000,000 to $50,000.

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[2] “Disaster Victim Identification” – a response team involved in search and rescue, and collecting the remains of the dead so they can be buried according to Jewish law

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