Speaking at a haredi anti-Internet rally held Thursday in Modi'in Illit, Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ulman, the rosh yeshiva (dean) of Modi'in Illit's Beit Din (haredi religious court) asserted that the internet goes against what G-d created, and since the time of creation until now there has never existed a challenge like this.
Arutz Sheva reports:
…Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ulman, the head of Modi'in Illit's Beit Din (religious court)…asserted that the internet goes against what G-d had created and since the time of creation, there never existed such a challenge against the hazards of the internet.
"On the other hand, G-d, may his name be blessed, brought down a pure spirit from above enabling us to overcome this difficult experience," the Rabbi said.
"And now, within 48 hours before the great and mighty Day of Judgment... we need to remove the stumbling block from our homes," Rabbi Ulman advised.…