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Israeli police are preparing for a mass funeral for a prominent rabbi.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to descend on a city near Tel Aviv, according to Israeli police.

Hundreds of thousands of Jews are expected to descend on a city near Tel Aviv for the funeral of a prominent ultra-Orthodox rabbi, according to Israeli officials.

Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky was regarded as one of Israel's most renowned religious scholars. In traditional Jewish culture, funerals are very important.

At the age of 94, he passed away on Friday. He was one of the few remaining ultra-Orthodox figures in Israel who was born before the Holocaust.

Kanievsky will be laid to rest at Bnei Brak, an ultra-Orthodox city east of Tel Aviv where he lived.

Several highways in Israel's densely populated Tel Aviv area will be closed to traffic for several hours, according to police, and other major thoroughfares will be congested.

Several highways in Israel's densely populated Tel Aviv area will be closed to traffic for several hours, according to police, and other major thoroughfares will be congested.

Hundreds of thousands of Jews are expected to descend on a city near Tel Aviv on Sunday for the funeral of a prominent ultra-Orthodox rabbi, according to Israeli officials.

He was one of the last ultra-Orthodox leaders in Israel, having been born before the Holocaust. The ultra-Orthodox community, which lives in isolation.

Leading rabbis, such as Kanievsky, play an important role in community life and serve as arbiters in all disputes.

Funerals are an important part of traditional Jewish life, and the funerals of prominent rabbis frequently bring hundreds of mourners.

When the coronavirus epidemic first broke out, he gained notoriety by telling his followers that closing religious seminaries was more destructive than the virus.

When the coronavirus epidemic first broke out, he gained notoriety by telling his followers that closing religious seminaries was more destructive than the virus.