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Israeli Court Orders Eviction of Tzfat Yeshiva

The world’s largest Chabad yeshiva in Tzfat, which boasts over 500 students, will likely be forcibly evacuated by court order next week, the Behadrei Haredim website reported.

From Arutz Sheva:

Over 500 people study at the Chabad Yeshiva in Tzfat. The yeshiva is located in an old hotel in Tzfat’s Old City and was the subject of a long court battle after the campus was sold to a foreign buyer. A judge recently ruled against the yeshiva and ordered that the building be emptied by next Thursday. Should students not respect the ultimatum, they will likely be forcibly evicted by police.

“Since you have not listened to the court order to remove yourselves from the premises, I hereby inform you that the evacuation is scheduled for December 21, 2017 from 8:00 onward.” wrote the judge in a missive the yeshiva received last week.

Students at the yeshiva vowed to resist the order if it meant clashing with police. “We won’t evacuate the building. They will have to come and drag us out – this is the Rebbe’s yeshiva and it will never close,” said one student.

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#1 Comment By Moishe pipek On December 14, 2017 @ 3:30 pm

You got to obey the law, the Rebbes mosad could be in another building.

#2 Comment By Mushka On December 14, 2017 @ 6:49 pm

Yeh. Don’t leave on your own.
Let the police drag you out.

Continue what you have been doing for years. Make a chillul
Lubavitch.

You are the enemy of the rebbe.
Now your paying for it. Good for you.

#3 Comment By Mendel On December 14, 2017 @ 9:26 pm

There could be nothing further than the rebbes mosod. Please.

#4 Comment By Cholent Mit Kugel On December 15, 2017 @ 5:26 am

B-Bye

#5 Comment By There is a boss On December 15, 2017 @ 6:07 am

This article is misleading, instead of purchasing a new dormitory they chose to have a showdown..

#6 Comment By DeClasse’ Intellectual On December 17, 2017 @ 9:08 pm

If the building was given as a donation–then where is the paper work which would end all legal issues???????

#7 Comment By Anonymous On December 19, 2017 @ 6:58 pm

It was donated but the donor always kept the buildings that he donated under his name. Then years later he went bankrupt and the bank sold some of his buildings including the yeshiva building …

#8 Comment By Milhouse On December 24, 2017 @ 1:34 am

In other words he didn’t donate it, he just let the yeshivah use it. It’s not his any more, and the new owner doesn’t want to continue to donate the rent.