Chief Rabbi of Tzfat Shmuel Eliyahu helps lead a special prayer to stop the pandemic at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Feb. 16, 2020. (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90) (Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)
Chief Rabbi of Tzfat Shmuel Eliyahu

John Zo, a student from China, expressed his appreciation to the rabbis and the Jewish People for their friendship and warmth amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Hundreds gathered at Jerusalem’s Western Wall on Sunday to hold a mass prayer for those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

John Zo, a student from China who attended the service, expressed his appreciation to the rabbis and the Jewish People for their warmth and concern, calling the prayer event a “very friendly action.”






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