Torah scrolls to be written at Western Wall, dedicated Gaza hostages – Israel News

On Tuesday at the Western Wall, a massive Torah scroll dedication and creation will take place in honor of the future of Israel, as well as the many faces impacted by the war.

Two Torah scrolls will be dedicated at the Western Wall for the success of the people of Israel. This includes a dedication to elevate the souls of the fallen, the well-being of soldiers, and return of the hostages.

The ceremony will take place in the presence of rabbis, public figures, family members of fallen soldiers and hostages, and evacuees from both the North and South.

When will this event take place?

The event is expected to take place at the Western Wall Plaza at 3:30 pm, and is open to the public. Participants are encouraged to spend time during the event writing letters.

Special prayers will also be held in the complex for the swift return of hostages and the health and safety of those suffering and serving the nation.

The Torah scrolls are expected to find their homes in Israeli communities that were devastated by the war, such as those in the Gaza envelope, settlements in the North, and IDF bases.

The second scroll is expected to be completed at the Western Wall complex and will be dedicated on Wednesday in the Kerem Shalom community that was attacked and suffered casualties in the October 7 Hamas massacre on the Gaza border, near one of Israel’s two crossing points into the coastal enclave.

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