Procedures

The Western Wall is a holy place of prayer and therefore it should be treated as such and all visitors, worshippers and persons present should be treated with dignity. For this purpose, several procedures have been written, which you will be able to find on the site:

 

  • Procedure of Rabbi Getz’s synagogue opposite the Holy of Holies
  • Donation of Tefillin to bar-mitzvah boys from disadvantaged families
  • Procedures for the ‘Behind Our Wall’ hall
  • Procedures for the Hasmonean room and the entry area to the Hasmonean room
  • Prayers and ceremonies in the Western Wall plaza – Procedures
  • Strauss Building roof procedure
  • Procedure for the Shaarei Teshuvah synagogue
  • Procedure for the use of musical instruments and shofars (ram’s horns) at the Western Wall
  • Procedure for entering the Western Wall plaza with animals
  • Procedures for the ‘Ohel Yitzhak’ synagogue
  • Procedure relating to persons authorized to use the mikveh (ritual bath)
  • Procedure for filming in the Western Wall plaza
  • Procedure for bringing Torah scrolls into the Western Wall plaza
  • Procedure for placing charity boxes in places that are holy to Jews, the purposes of the charity for which they are placed and the distribution thereof
  • Procedure for the entry of cars at Jaffa Gate at times when entry is restricted
  • Procedure for single entry of cars to the area marked at the south of the upper Western Wall plaza
The area is divided into a synagogue and a hall Procedures for the synagogue: Purposes of use: For prayer, Torah study, Torah lectures The
Criteria: A student who took part in one of the seminars that the Western Wall Heritage Foundation holds, who does not have a pair
Purposes of use   The purpose of the hall is mainly educational, for the activity of the Western Wall Heritage Foundation only, such as
Background:   The large hall synagogue opposite the ‘Great Layer’ of the Western Wall is a place of prayer. As a rule, prayers will
Purposes of use:   The synagogue is intended for prayers only and not for lectures and events. Morning prayers will take place at the
As a rule, the roof is open to the general public.   On Sabbaths and Jewish holy days, the roof is open for holding
The following persons are authorized to use the Mikveh: Policemen going onto the Temple Mount. Worshippers who participate in the prayers of Bet-El Yeshiva
The Western Wall is a holy place that is used for public prayer. The Western Wall and its plazas are subject to the Protection
We are happy and appreciative of your desire to film at the Western Wall. The Western Wall is precious and holy to all of
Background: According to the Protection of Jewish Holy Places Regulations, 5741-1981, it is prohibited to make a speech, make public announcements, or carry banners
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The Western Wall Prayer Plaza is open every day of the year, twenty-four hours a day

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Guidelines for Behavior at the Western Wall

The Western Wall is a sacred site. Therefore, we request that you abide by the guidelines for behavior when visiting the Western Wall complex.

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