The rabbi urged the Jews not to kiss the Wall crying for the coronavirus



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The rabbi urged the Jews not to kiss the Wall crying for the coronavirus



Jews should not kiss the Wailing Wall, said the chief rabbi of Jerusalem, as part of measures taken by religious authorities to combat the spread of coronaviruses.

Numerous Jews pray in front of the Wall crying and often insert written prayers into the cracks.



Kissing the wall is not a ritual ritual, but some Jews do it, believing that it is a reverence for God.

The Israeli rabbi urged believers to stay away from the Wailing Wall

The Wailing Wall, the holiest place where Jews in Jerusalem can pray, is part of the remains of the Second Temple, built by Herod the Great more than 2000 years ago, and destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.

Last week, a major Israeli rabbi urged believers to stay away from the Wailing Wall for fear of the spread of coronaviruses, but some continued to visit him.

“Don't love the Crying Wall,” Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz called out again on Monday.

Believers should be “at an appropriate distance” and “adhere to hygiene instructions,” the statement added.

There are 255 coronavirus infected in Israel and 39 more in the occupied West Bank. No cases of coronaviruses in the Gaza Strip have been reported yet.

The rabbi urged the Jews not to kiss the Wall crying for the coronavirus

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