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May peace come upon us, and may there be peace among us. Candle lighting on the seventh night of Chanuka

May peace come upon us, and may there be peace among us. Prayer for unity and peace during candle lighting on the seventh night of Chanuka at the Western Wall Plaza
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May peace come upon us, and may there be peace among us. Prayer for unity and peace during candle lighting on the seventh night of Chanuka at the Western Wall Plaza

This evening (Wednesday), the lighting of the seventh Chanuka candle took place in the presence of the rabbi of Jerusalem, the Rishon Lezion, Rabbi Shlomo Moshe Amar; the rabbi of the Western Wall and holy sites, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz; Lieutenant General (Res.) Minister Benny Gantz; MK Matan Kahana; Brigadier General Dedi Simchi; the director of the Western Wall Heritage Foundation Suli Eliav; the commander of Battalion 979, Lieutenant Colonel Yoav Ofen, and the soldiers of the battalion, volunteers from ZAKA and families.
The rabbi of Jerusalem, the Rishon Lezion Rabbi Shlomo Moshe Amar, prayed for the wellbeing of IDF soldiers, for healing of the wounded, and for the safe return of the captives.