Yom Kippur 2023

Amihai Eliyahu
Amihai Eliyahu in a call to the protesters: come together to pray

Minister Eliyahu called on the people of the protest to come to the planned prayer on Thursday: "Come to say Judaism is not excluded from the public sphere, we do not despise it, we respect it"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 27.09.23


Akunis against Ben-Gvir's prayer: "Calm the flames"

Minister Ofir Akunis calls on Itamar Ben-Gvir to move the prayer from Dizengoff Square: "Stop the high sayings, come down from them, calm the flames"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 27.09.23

"Don't Disrupt Prayers"

Lapid makes a U-turn: "Don't disrupt prayers"

In one of his messages yesterday, Yair Lapid, who supported the protesters who disrupted the prayers in Dizengoff Square, posted on Facebook, calling for moderation: "Judaism is not a threat to us"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 26.09.23

The Municipality Takes Steps Against 'Rosh Yehudi'

After the dissolution of the prayer: Tel Aviv Municipality takes steps against 'Rosh Yehudi'

The Tel Aviv Municipality has announced that an emergency meeting was held after the prayer of the 'Rosh Yehudi' Organization was attacked and bombed by left-wing protesters. They stated that they are considering revoking the association's permits for holding events

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 26.09.23

Yom Kippur, Dizengoff Square

Erez Tal on the Dizengoff incident: "Open a competing prayer"

After the riots that broke out during Yom Kippur following the prayers throughout Tel Aviv, Erez Tal commented on the case and claimed: "It is impossible to wave that Tel Aviv is a free city and at the same time prevent those who want to pray separately from doing so."

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 26.09.23

"Encourages Gratuitous Hatred"

Likud: "Gantz encourages gratuitous hatred with his silence"

After the leader of the National Unity party referred to the Yom Kippur events in Dizengoff Square and struck the prime minister, the Likud replied to Gantz: "Refuses to condemn attackers of worshipers"

JFeed | 26.09.23

Yom Kippur in Tel Aviv

During the fast: left-wing protesters disrupted prayers in Tel Aviv

Left-wing protesters disrupted the annual Yom Kippur prayers throughout the city of Tel Aviv, with demonstrators interrupting prayers by shouting "shame" and incessantly disturbing the worshippers in the place

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 25.09.23

"There is No Limit"

Netanyahu attacks: "There is no limit on the part of the extremists on the left"

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu strongly criticized left-wing organizations and Kaplan protesters who disrupted the annual prayers throughout the city of Tel Aviv

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 25.09.23

Lapid Supports the Activists in Tel Aviv

Shamelessly: Lapid supports activists who disrupted prayers.

Former Prime Minister and current Opposition Leader Yair Lapid issued a statement in response to the disruptions of prayers throughout the city of Tel Aviv and chose to criticize both the worshippers and the organizers

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 25.09.23

During Yom Kippur Over 3000 People Needed Care

MDA: Over 3000 people needed treatment during the fast

Magen David Adom teams also operated throughout the entire fasting period and provided care to more than 3,000 individuals who felt unwell or were injured in various circumstances during the fast.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 25.09.23

Yom Kippur Times 

Yom Kippur 2023 Times 

When does the fast start? When does the fast break?  Yom Kippur 2023 entry and exit times

JFeed | 24.09.23