Beer Sheva Chief Rabbi Begs Rona Ramon’s Family Not To Cremate

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Rabbi Yehuda Deri, the chief rabbi of the southern Israeli city of Beer Sheva, sent a letter to the Ramon family reproving the decision of the late Rona Ramon to be cremated.

At the beginning of the letter the rabbi expressed condolences to the family, “We feel your pain and are participating in your great mourning.

“I appeal to you on behalf of many of the Rabbis and judges of Israel and in the name of large parts of the nation to reconsider this decision and express your desire to respect the deceased as is her due and bring her to a Jewish burial in the soil she loved so much and sacrificed for it that which was most precious to her. And there she should rest in peace.”

Read more at Arutz Sheva.

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. That’s what happens when in the Jewish land Jewish education is not required although chareidi schools and yeshivas are required to teach “core” subjects.

  2. Anonymous
    A minute number of Israeli Jews opt for cremation in Israel compared to the larger # in America & globally,

    Rona Ramon is the wife of Ilan Ramon z”l. Goggle & learn some Jewish, Israeli & American history.

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