Knesset Speaker Ohana at the "Tishrei event" in the Mishkan Square: "There is no revival for Judah without Israel, there is no revival for Israel - without Judah; If something breaks down - fix it, don't throw it away; The month of forgiveness is the opportunity for all of us to make amends and free ourselves from the shackles of hatred."
In the Knesset square, for the first time in the history of the Mishkan, a "Tishrei event" is being held, which will include a performance of songs, tunes and poems for the Tishrei holidays, which was attended by about 1,500 people from all over the country.
"These days, the idea of distortions regarding the separation between Israel and Judah is again coming to him from various sources. Parable if parting will bring a balm to all our problems. There is no revival for Judah without Israel, there is no revival for Israel without Judah," said Knesset Speaker Amir Ohana.
He further added: "The month of forgiveness is the opportunity for all of us to make amends. Precisely out of the break - just like the break in the Tablets of the Covenant a Tikkun - will grow. There is something to make amends between us, and it is possible - if we just listen to each other."
"The month of Elul is a preparation for the new year and an opportunity for all of us to take stock and free ourselves from the shackles of hatred. It is not too late yet. May this evening call out from here to all the people of Israel: forgive. forgive - and forgive" concluded Ohana.