A group of ZAKA volunteers embarked this Sunday on a visit to Jordan, with one Lubavitcher among them.
The 18 men, who on a regular day respond to terror victims and other tragic incidents in Israel, spend the time touring the neighboring Arab country.
ZAKA founder Yehuda Meshi Zahav joked: “we brought along Yossi Zelikovitz so he can establish a Chabad House in Petra,” an archaeological site in the Arabah, on the slope of Mount Hor.
A member of the group reported that the Jordanian border police denied them from bringing along their Tefillin, citing of concerns of espionage.
But some managed to smuggle in their Tefillin anyways.
“We forgot one thing,” Meshi Zahav added. “To bring a printer to print the Tanya there. I guess that will be on the next trip.”