PHOTO GALLERY: Thousands Join the Prayer Rally for the Success of Rabbi Berland

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The Kotel was filled to capacity with a prayer rally and a cry for the release of the tzaddik Rabbi Eliezer Berland shlit”a

Seven Tikun Haklalli’s were said with great melancholy and intent. The public then proceeded to say more chapters of Psalms, and at the end took on themselves Ol Malchus Shomayim with the recital of Shema Yisrael, Boruch Shem, and Hashem Hu Halelokim.

Dances and chanting to sweeten the judgments filled took over those coming to the Kotel with tremendous deveikut.

After attaching his signature to the signatures of the Dayanim, who protested those who handed over Jews to non-religious courts, the Rav and Gaon, Rabbi Shimon Baadani joined the prayers of the masses at the Kotel as did the Strikover Rebbe shlit”a as well as other leading torah figures.

It was amazing to see the power of prayer, thousands of burning hearts who are unmoved by the lies and bullying that wields against the Chareidy world in Israel and especially of Breslov chassidim, members of the Shuva Banim community of the tzaddik Rabbi Eliezer Berland shlit”a. Thousands who protested against the anti-democratic persecution of religion. In the middle of the Daf Yomi shiur, in the presence of hundreds of students and before the morning prayers, there were dozens of armed, masked policeman with dogs, entered the synagogue, in a behavior reserved for dark regimes, took out the tzaddik Rabbi Eliezer Berland in front of thousands of his students. And tonight, the God-fearing proved that the way of our forefathers have not left us, and our might is only in prayer, not in demonstrations or political battles.

Photo Gallery from the Prayer Rally at the Kotel:

 

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