Rav Povarsky Shlit"a and Rav Amar Shlit"a on the Draft Law Approvers
The one thing that can help against them is strengthening ourselves in Torah learning, and that is what can bring Mashiah closer. We're sure that we're near the end, and only this will help. ...
Rav Amar came to the same conclusion regarding our obligation to Torah, but not quite about how we are to relate to those approved the Draft Law:
We need to increase Torah study. And I request that we pray - with everything that is hurting us - to pray for them, that Hashem should place understanding in the heart of those who err. To pray for their benefit - not to pray for our own benefit.
We're not afraid. We're not concerned. We have gone through worse than them. What have we not gone through? We're not afraid at all. But I request and plead that everyone prays for them, those poor fellows. The heart really aches for them so that they will understand what Torah is - and that they themselves will learn Torah. This is just a Ru'ah Shetut (lit. spirit of foolishness) that is passing through. We need to strengthen Torah learning.
OK - Poll question:
Whose approach toward those who voted for the draft bill resonates with you?
a) That of Rav Povarsky Shlit"a
b) That of Rav Amar Shlit"a
c) That of Rav Ronsky Shlit"a who claims to have more in common with Lapid than the Haredim
d) Other ______________
Please answer in the comments.