كنيس بلز الكبير: الفرق بين النسختين

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(صفحة جديدة: 250px|left|thumb|كنيس الكبير بلز '''كنيس الكبير بلز''' هو كنيس كبير في [[أورشليم القدس]...)
 
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[[Image:Belz_World_Center_Outside.jpg|250px|left|thumb|كنيس الكبير بلز]]
'''كنيس الكبير بلز''' هو كنيس كبير في [[أورشليم القدس]].
 
==تاريخ الكنيس==
الحاخام [[ييساشار دوف روكيش (II)]] من بيلز، كان تبني خطط لكنيس ضخم على مكان كريات بلز في القدس.
 
The building, which would have four entrances accessible to each of the four streets of the hilly neighborhood, would be an enlarged replica of the structure that the first Rebbe of Belz, the Sar Shalom, had built in the town of Belz. It would include a grandiose main sanctuary, smaller study halls, wedding and bar mitzvah halls, libraries, and other communal facilities.
 
Funds for this ambitious project were raised among Belzer Hasidim and were supplemented by various fund-raising projects throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
 
Like the original synagogue of Belz which took 15 years to complete, the new Beis Hamedrash HaGadol that now dominates the northern Jerusalem skyline also took 15 years to construct and was dedicated in 2000. Its main sanctuary seats 6,000 worshippers. The ornate wooden ark, an item for the Guinness Book of Records, is 12 meters high and weighs 18 tons. It has the capacity to hold over 100 Torah scrolls. Nine chandeliers, each standing at 18 feet high and 11 feet wide, each contain over 200,000 pieces of Czech crystal. In stark contrast to the majestic synagogue, the simple wooden chair and lectern used by Rabbi Aharon of Belz when he came to Israel in 1944 stands in a glass case next to the ark.
 
The main sanctuary is used only on the Sabbath and holidays, while weekday services take place in the underlying smaller rooms of the complex. Under the main sanctuary are multiple floors. The floor directly under the main sanctuary hosts a large number of small synagogue rooms known as shtieblach where services for shacharis, mincha and maariv are held up to every 10 minutes. In an adjacent wing is also a large hall used for tishen. Below the shtieblach are multiple floors with dormitory-style sleeping quarters for Belzer Chassidim from outside of Israel, who come to visit the Rebbe for Jewish holidays such as Rosh HaShana, Yom Kippur or Sukkos. There are also large rooms for other functions, such as seudas shlishis on Shabbos afternoons, weddings and bar mitzvah celebrations.
 
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[[en:Belz Beis HaMedrash HaGadol]]
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