REPORT: Vizhnitzer Rebbe Tells Deri That Israel Should Not Attack Iran

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ISRAEL (VINnews) — According to a Charedi news outlet, the Vizhnitzer Rebbe has ruled that Israel should not retaliate against Iran.

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Israeli news website Kikar Shabbos reported that while meeting with Shas leader Aryeh Deri on Wednesday, the Rebbe shlit’a urged him to prevent an Israeli attack on Iran right now, in order to not “rekindle the fire”.

“Israel must not attack Iran in retaliation right now,” he was quoted as saying. “We are in an extremely sensitive position, and the nation of Israel needs a great deal of mercy from Heaven.”

He added, “After we had the most open miracles on Motzei Shabbos, we must not rekindle the fire against us once more.”

According to the report, the Vizhnitzer Rebbe also said: “We need to give thanks and praise every day, for the great miracle that happened to us on Motzei Shabbos, and not continue with this. We don’t need to provoke.”

Earlier this week, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau shlit’a emphasized the great miracle that took place on Motzei Shabbos, saying that we do not even fully appreciate its magnitude.


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Yehuda
Yehuda
29 days ago

I’m confused. We’re attacked. We don’t respond. That itself invites more attacks. No? How has sweeping the problem under the rug ever been a valid method of dealing with it?

Moshe in Chicago
Moshe in Chicago
29 days ago

Notice VIN is not letting any comments on Rebbes

A platchiker
A platchiker
29 days ago

They want Bibi out but this Deri has been in there since your grandmother was a toddler. For decades, it’s Deri, deri, deri, deri, deri.

too late?
too late?
28 days ago

Too late. Already did supposedly.

yosher
yosher
23 days ago

Is a Rebbe a political leader as well? We always enjoyed a Navi and a king, each with their sphere of expertise.