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Rabbi Stav Attacked by Haredi Youths at a Wedding

A few boys began to push him, trying to make him trip and fall while he was dancing.

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Rabbi David Stav in Kfar Chabad, where he is less likely to be attacked violently than in Bnei Brak.

Rabbi David Stav in Kfar Chabad, where he is less likely to be attacked violently than in Bnei Brak.
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Rabbi David Stav, a candidate for the position of Israel’s Chief Rabbi, was attacked by a group of Haredi youths Sunday night, at the wedding of the daughter of the Kotel Rabbi, Rav Shmuel Rabinovitch, which was held in Bnei Brak.

Yediot Ahronot reported that with the arrival of Rabbi Stav at the wedding, a few boys began to push him, trying to make him trip and fall while he was dancing. In addition, when Rabbi Stav joined the circle of mitzvah dancers, Shas MK Ariel Atias walked away.

Finally, after Rabbi Stav was forced to leave the place due to the harassment and violence of the young Haredim, dozens of guests began to shout curses at him, such as Rasha (wicked) and Shikutz (vermin).

Jewish Press Staff

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