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Rabbi Chaim Druckman and children from Gush Etzion at Rachel's Tomb to pray for rain and for health.
Israel’s Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi David Lau prays during his visit to Rachel’s Tomb near Bethlehem in August.

 

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9 COMMENTS

  1. At the end of the article is a sad photograph; the tall walls that the buses have to drive through to Rachel’s Tomb are for the protection of visitors from snipers on the hills above the site.

  2. considering what they did at Kever Yosef and its destruction and the impurities they do at the Maarot Hamecpelah, we should reinstate all our holy places .

    Israel says it will never leave a soldier behind so what about our ancestors and holy places? Are they any less a Jewish soldier?

  3. considering what they did at Kever Yosef and its destruction and the impurities they do at the Maarot Hamecpelah, we should reinstate all our holy places .

    Israel says it will never leave a soldier behind so what about our ancestors and holy places? Are they any less a Jewish soldier?

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