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Michael Douglas Visits Kotel

Actor visits Western Wall for son's bar mitzvah
Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinovitch meets actor Michael Douglas at the Kotel, June 20, 2014

Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinovitch meets actor Michael Douglas at the Kotel, June 20, 2014
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Last Friday actor Michael Douglass and Catherine Zeta-Jones visited the Western Wall to celebrate the bar mitzvah of their son, Michael Dylan.

The family met with Rabbi of the Western Wall, Rav Shmuel Rabinovitch, who led the family on a tour of the Western Wall Tunnels and the history of the Jewish People in Jerusalem.

The rabbi led prayers at the Western Wall plaza with the family and stressed the importance of the Temple Mount and the remnant of the Holy Temple.

“This site is important and meaningful to Jews and non-Jews alike,” the rabbi stressed.

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8 Responses to “Michael Douglas Visits Kotel”

  1. Visit to the tunnels is on my bucket list!

  2. Mr. Micheal Douglas : What a marvelous gift that you have Given to yourself & your Son & Wife ! This is the ultimate way to have ones Bar or Bat Mitzvah . Your Father would be so proud of you as I am sure he is ! May you & your Family be Blessed for all Eternity & shall your Faith forever be your Strength & Wisdom Amen Mazel Tov to the whole Family Shalom AVRAM

  3. Well good for him, fake ass rich schmuck!

  4. Going to Israel would be a dream come true.

  5. Michael Douglas in a kippa–nice.Tzittziyot would be groovy too.

  6. What’s the big deal?

  7. Jacob Maslow says:

    Lots of celebrities are actively boycotting israel. Those that visit get lots of flak from the BDS freaks. He deserves credit for standing up to those guys.

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