Monday, August 5, 2019

Gerer Guys in Arad Upset That Their Shul Was Shuttered By The Zionists

I don't get it ...
A bunch of Chassidishe thugs take a public "miklat'  a bomb shelter, set up a shul on stolen property and then get upset when they get booted out ...!!

The same thing happened in Bet Shemesh Gimmel last week ...
A bunch of Semi-Chassidishe  guys went and set up a caravan on public property, set up a shul calling it  .. "Bet Knesses Bal Shem Tov " ... and when the Zionist bulldozers came to destroy it .... they went ahead and video taped the scene and screamed "nazis" .....

Question for DIN readers : 
Are you allowed to set up a shul on stolen property?

Supreme Court justices on Thursday rejected a request made by Gur hasidim not to be expelled from their synagogue, Kikar Hashabbat reported.

The synagogue, set up in a bomb shelter in the southern city of Arad, had been locked over the weekend to prevent its use.

Last week, a judge in the Be'er Sheva District Court ruled that the bomb shelter must be emptied, but the ruling was not implemented due to the hasidim's decision to appeal to the Supreme Court. According to Kikar Hashabbat, the appeal noted that the hasidim had moved into the shelter over a month ago, and the law mandates that removal must be within 30 days of entry.
However, one neighborhood resident testified that the Gur hasidim had taken over the shelter less than 30 days ago, offering the Supreme Court additional grounds for the appeal and allowing the municipality to close the shelter.

The court also ordered the Gur hasidim to pay 20,000 NIS ($5,724) in legal fees.

1 comment:

Law & Order said...

"Are you allowed to set up a shul on stolen property?"


Not in the Jewish faith. מרן שר התורה Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlit"a instructed the Mayor of Bnei Brak to remove such things as they are גזל דרבים, theft from the public, a very severe transgression (as reported in Yated Neeman).