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28.05.2024

Tiberians angry: Signage against "iPhone and similarities" on tombs of Tzadikim

Signage against the iPhone and open web, was hung on tombs in the north and sparked outrage among traditional residents • "Even secular people can come without being forced"

Signs against "the iPhone and similar to it." Photo: Flash 90
Signs against "the iPhone and similar to it." Photo: Flash 90

Dozens of signs against the iPhone were hung at the entrance to the tombs of tzadikim and public places in Tiberias and Safed, angered the secular public.

The signs read "No entry for the likes of iPhone or open internet" and secular parties are outraged by the sign.

One of the signs was posted at the entrance to the road leading to the grave of Rabbi Meir Ba'al Hanes in Tiberias, and sparked outrage among traditional people who said to Ma'ariv: "No one has a monopoly on this holy place. Secular people are allowed to pray at the tomb without being compelled by such things."

The signs were hung on quite a few homes in haredi neighborhoods, and also briefly of the great houses of Gedolei Yisroel, but did not appear in public places to date.
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