Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Kever Yosef in Shechem this morning

kever yosef - photo:archive
kever yosef - photo:archive

This morning (tuesday) a group of talimidim of the Tzadik Rav Eliezer Berland Shlit"a went to the tzion of Yosef Hatzadik in Shechem. They managed getting in without any problems either from the Israeli army or from the Palestinian police. They said a few times tikun haklali for the success of HaRav Eliezer ben Etya and for the success of all of Israel.

It should be noted that there is a media campaign trying to portray these actions as illegal or dangerous. However the court in Petach Tikvah on Sunday has judged as they have in the past that part of the Oslo Agreements clearly state that Kever Yosef though it stands in what's known as Palestinian area A, Israeli's must be allowed access to the kever.

The Government has tried many times to override this ammendment by blocking off access to the kever claiming "security concerns" but each time the chasidim managed to bypass the baracade and get in whether by foot or by car, which then in turn forced the government to allow official access, which as of now will continue every erev rosh chodesh, and special days as publicized by the Kever Yosef Foundation.

Let's not forget - the tzaddikim and holy sites are what protect the land of Israel, not the government or the army. Without the bones of Yosef we wouldn't have been able to cross the sea and enter the land, and without his bones we would not be able to remain here. Our enemies realize this so they try to destroy these sites. When will the Jew begin to realize?...

(note: The destruction is usually caused by teenage gangsters who do not represent the general Muslim/Arab people which greatly respect Jewish holy sites and would not harm Jewish access or those coming to pray. Rabbi Berland and his students have throughout the years lived in peace with their Arab neighbors click here to see an example of the Rabbi speaking at a peace rally)

see this interesting video documentary of Kever Yosef from 2009

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