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Wednesday, 14 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 17, 2019

    A Sefer Torah Comes To Life

    Bais Rivkah's 1st grade class took a trip to a local Shul to see the way a Sefer Torah is written. Full Story

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    funny
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    funny

    i guess the teachers wanted to make a trip out of it since they have a shul with a sefer torah on crown street. even if the girls were from lefferts they could of walked to 310 crown instead of another shul

    thank you so much to the organizers
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    thank you so much to the organizers

    so beautiful

    ycl
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    ycl

    go rabbi clapman!

    wow!!!!!
    Guest
    wow!!!!!

    beautiful!!!!!!!!

    Wonderful!!
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    Wonderful!!

    What a lovely experience for our girls!
    This is the ‘inreach’ which will keep the next generation strong be’ezras Hashem

    Impressed
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    Impressed

    What a perfect way for the young students to prepare for the
    yom tov of matan Torah. You can see the twinkle in the girls eyes as they went up to touch and kiss the Holy Torah!
    I wish more schools would have such a program.

    i think that i see someone. . .
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    i think that i see someone. . .

    is that mushkah??????????????????????

    Estee we love you
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    Estee we love you
    i spy hadassa!
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    i spy hadassa!

    hi cutie pie!

    Faigy
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    Faigy

    GO MORAH BAYLIE!!!!!

    rachelli
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    rachelli

    GO GITTEL KARP!!!!!!!

    to # 1
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    to # 1

    instead of being cynical realize that this was coordinated with Rabbi Clapman and I guess he works out of Bais Menachem Nochum.

    disha
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    disha

    DISHAAAAAAAA!!! quack

    i like this
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    i like this

    i grew up in beis rivkah and learned many things about the torah, but never got to actually see one up close until many, many years later. what a great idea!

    Me two
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    Me two

    this is so beautiful!!!!! it makes me so happy to see the younger generation experiencing torah in such a beautiful way. a big yashar koech to those involved

    musia winner
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    musia winner
    :-)
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    :-)

    Question–seeking honest non-cynical response.

    I think this is a beautiful idea, but what about the risks of confusion. I would venture to say, that once a girl becomes bas mitzvah, she’ll never get this close to a Torah again.

    I’m not coming with a pro-reform argument, Chas V’Shalom, but simply asking from a chinuch perspective, what do you think?

    Go Morah Shira
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    Go Morah Shira

    Thank you for teaching both my daughter with such love and enthusiasm!!!

    to comment 17
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    to comment 17

    could you make you question a little clearer??? as far as i can see, this experience is educational and interesting…i don’t see why it would be a problem?

    :-)
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    :-)

    Number 19

    I left it to the understanding of the reader.

    To #17
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    To #17

    When you go to shul on Simchas Torah dont they bring the Torah to the Womens side so you can kiss it?

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