General, Justice in Israel
The situation of Moshe Silman continues to be extremely severe. On this first day of Ramadan and this Shabbat, we ask you to pray on Moshe’s behalf Below is the prayer for healing I offered at the march in Jerusalem last Sunday. Rabbis For Human Rights also sends it’s condolences to the families of those murdered in Bulgaria, and prays for the speedy recovery of those injured.
Prayer for Moshe Silman
May the One who blessed our ancestors Avraham and Sarah, Yitzhak and Rivkah, Yaakov, Leah and Rachel, bless Moshe Ben Sara Silman. May the Holy One of Blessing deal mercifully with him to heal him and strengthen him and give him life. May God send him a complete and speedy recovery of both soul and body, along with all who are ill. May this happen speedily, and let us say Amen.
If it is not Your Will to answer our prayers in the way we intended, may it be Your Will to be with Moshe in his final days and hours, so that they be without pain and without the suffering that accompanied him in the final years of his life.
Shabbat Shalom. May we know no more suffering, injustice or desecrations of God’s Name,
15:56 20.07.2012 Moshe Silman dies after self-immolation at Israeli protest - Rabbi Arik Ascherman: Moshe Silman died this afternoon. May his memory be for a blessing. May we find a way to give his death meaning.