July 16, 2006

Tzfat empty

Filed under: Tzfat bombings — Reb Moshe @ 7:44 pm

It seems as if few are left here in Tzfat, the steets are empty and few cars parked on the roads. Where did everyone go? Plus, its finally been quiet!
My wife and I took a walk tonight up the moutain where many bombs had fallen. I would be suprised if there are more then 30 families left in the old city and surrounding areas.

Rav Kenig this morning said anyone who stayed was totally forgiven for their sins.

Sunday Night, very quiet
Monday afternoon, I was down at the arizal with my kids and saw two hit the mountain sides, its the first time I saw explosion from these bombs live. Am I scared now, nope. They remind me of the little rockets the kids would buy at the hardware store and the little planes the kids would control with remote. It did sound like something hit a building somewhere but I am not sure.


  1. Reb Moshe………. I am praying for the safety of you and your family. Be Safe……

    Comment by Jimmy — July 16, 2006 @ 8:00 pm

  2. Jimmy said it perfectly. You and your family should be safe, and protected. To everyone else who checks in here, please keep Reb Moshe and his family in mind while saying tehillim 20.

    Comment by Baruch_Becker — July 17, 2006 @ 1:14 am

  3. You and Rochel are so amazing. We are all praying for your safety. Thirty families left? May you all merit to be th very first to greet our Holy Moshiach and may it be today!

    Comment by Philly Farmgirl — July 17, 2006 @ 6:37 pm

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