For the first time since the coronavirus outbreak, about half a million people visited the Western Wall during the week of Passover, in accordance with regulation, which is about half of the number in previous years
Thousands of worshippers and visitors participated in the traditional Birkat Kohanim event that took place again today (Tuesday) at the Western Wall Plaza, for the second time during this Passover, with hundreds of kohanim from around Israel. The special format was to prevent mass
For the first time since the pandemic outbreak:
Thousands of participants took part in the traditional Birkat Kohanim (Priestly Blessing) event that took place this morning
Thousands of people participated in the traditional Birkat Kohanim event that took place at the Western Wall Plaza this morning
Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, Rabbi of the Western Wall and Holy Sites
Next Saturday night, we will be sitting down to celebrate Leil Haseder – that festive night that starts off the seven days of Passover.
With the approach of Passover next weekend, the Western Wall Heritage Foundation is in the midst of preparations. This morning, as is customary, the notes placed between the Western Wall stones this past six months were removed with the use of gloves and disposable