PHOTOS & VIDEOS: At the Washington DC Rally for Israel

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    • Hashem wants people that if they decide to disagree, please disagree like a Mentsch.
      The real proof is from Channa and Peninah. Hashem was not happy with the way it was done.
      The extremely sharp very hurting words that you are using is not a good idea.

      • When you read these comments u can understand why Agudah was afraid ro endorse the rally outright becuase whatever they do they would have been condemned by one faction of the community. It’s just an impossible position to be in!!.

  1. I was there and went from Lakewood it was the most inspiring event I ever attended. The achdus of every type of jew was amazing and the chizuk this mus have given to all the hostages family members that were there is not something we can even quantify. BTW there was nothing treif there u see more walking on lakewood streets than u saw there it was a gorgeous Uplifting event that included tehilim and davening!!. It was a shame that the yehsuvish/chasidesh didn’t show up but there were thousands of chabad chasidim and black hatters there!!. I wonder if all the people that are fast to condemn this rally how they would feel if one of their children were held hostage by these monsters would they have wanted us to show up in Washington and show congress that they need to do everything in their power to help Israel and pressure hamas to release the Hostages!!

  2. I watched it online. It was a kiddush Hashem. There was nothing treif going on. None of the speakers said anything against Torah. Many said “b’ezras Hashem.” Some speakers wore kippos. A catholic pastor and a Muslim spoke in support of the Jewish people, Eretz Yisrael, and against anti-semitism. This was not just a rally for Eretz Yisrael, it was for anti-semitism around the world. They had set up a separate section for those who wanted men and women to stand separately. Two singers from Eretz Yisrael (Ishai Ribo and Omer Adam) sang beautiful inspiring songs, and Tehilim chapter 121 was said by Ishai with the attendees joining along – displayed on a screen in Hebrew and either English or transliterated. Zaka representatives came on stage toward the end. A policeman was quoted as saying that he got more Thank yous in one shift that day than he got in his whole career – a huge Kiddush Hashem. (Interestingly, Omer was not wearing a kippah at the beginning, but at the end by the last song he put one on.)

  3. If anyone would like to say tehilim in the evenings (one time commitment) from seven pm till eleven pm (as that is when the IDF soldiers are doing their most dangerous missions), please email me at [email protected] and I can send you a link where this tehillim is being coordinated every night, bli neder. Thank you. (You only make a commitment to say the tehillim that specific night that you sign on for — not every night.) May we hear of nissim v’niflaos, b’ezras Hashem, very soon.

  4. PS And the rally may have served a kiruv purpose as well. Many non-religious young people may have never been exposed to Jewish music before, and now they had the opportunity to hear Ishay Ribo singing his amazing songs. When he was young, Ishay said that he would only compose songs related to coming closer to Hashem – that is probably the reason he has been so matzliach and has appealed to Jewish audiences across the spectrum. Perhaps some of these young people will now be open to listening to Jewish singers such Ishay instead of the secular music that are accustomed to listening to.

  5. When Mashiach comes Iy”h its not just going to be the yeshivalite that are welcomed back to E”y. It will be all jews of all walks of life. It was sinas chinam that tore us apart it can only be ahavas chinam to bring us together. Torah learning is very important but so is achdus and thats what yesterday specificly was all about. I wish lakewood could have sent a yeshivish looking delegation that could have stayed in a corner and said tehillim or learned or something but at least would have come.

  6. We need a president who will make America like it used to be and inflation must go down everything around here is expensive and everyone should get ALONG, and not hate people who are different, get along with others

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