A house is made after the roof.
The walls are protected from the four winds of the sky - and the roof faces the sky itself. It provides shelter from the rain and heat, and without it - it is a yard but not a house.
At a good time, the roof of the beit midrash was laid.
In a complex operation, the boards were placed one after the other.
On Malkat Sheba Street, the crane trucks stood in a long line and waited patiently for hours until it was the turn of the next truck. The boards are 16 meters long and 1.2 meters wide. The weight of each board is 16 tons.
Eventually, we called the operation a success. Lo and behold, we have a roof over our heads!