Litzman cannot participate in videoconferences with other Israeli leaders because he does not own a computer or smartphone.
The notes are removed twice a year and buried according to Jewish law, but on Tuesday the stones were sanitized.
“I can’t stay at home when I see all these bad things happening,” she said. “I am very happy we did find a way to say what we believe in.”
Gantz decided to throw his hat into the speaker’s ring in order to preserve the option of forming a unity government.
It has to do with coronavirus. Kind of.
“I need you to keep davening, keep doing mitzvahs,” he said. “Make sure that people’s lives are saved and all the needs that they have should be met.”
The rumor appears to have started with a Facebook post, but one former Israeli government official says a vaccine could take 18 months.
“If coronavirus doesn’t kill us, distance learning will.”
Some protesters yelled that police officers who responded were “Nazis.”
Couples say they are shrinking their weddings in order to go forward with celebrations at a time of great uncertainty.