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Camp Staff Saved From Attack

Counselors at Chabad of Nice’s Camp Gan Israel were at the terror scene a minute before the attack, and were unharmed in what Shliach Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Pinson describes as a “miracle.” Full Story, Video

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To #5
July 17, 2016 7:54 am

Unfortunately, Jewish events can be, and have been subject to terrorist attacks too. Suggesting that one only participate in Jewish events may be a wonderful standard to uphold, but please don’t tie it to security and safety. One never knows…
Hashem has his plan.

To #5
July 16, 2016 10:02 pm

YES you are wrong! What in the world! To inform you going to see beautiful fireworks is not goyish! I bet they to farbrieng and to get ready for shobbos! I’m speechless with ur comment!

Totally right
July 16, 2016 7:46 pm

To #5 you couldn’t have said it better

To number 5
July 16, 2016 2:48 pm

I agree with your suggestions of what one can do such as learning and getting ready for Shabbos, but I feel strongly about not even suggesting that staying away from ‘Goyishe’ events is a solution. B’H the counselors were not physically injured, but all is not well. Dozens of people were killed, and even more injured, whether Jewish or not, what a terrible tragedy. Maybe there are merits in staying away from Non-Jewish functions, but to suggest that this is the lesson? Speak up against terrorism of any kind, fight it, teach goodness and kindness, be gentler, don’t judge, and… Read more »

BH all is well
July 15, 2016 5:53 pm

Yes, BH all is well, BUT! Lesson: Stay away from goyishe events that have nothing to do with yiddishkeit. Don’t go as a spectator. Don’t go to see. Anything can happen anywhere, yes, but yidden don’t need to go to mix with goyim to see their events for no reason.
Stay home, learn, make a farby, get ready for Shabbos. Watch a JEM video. There are a million and one better things to for yidden to do.
Am I wrong?

Our thoughts are with Rabbi Pinson ,the campers and the victims
July 15, 2016 3:46 pm

Such a tragedy and traumatic experience for all the victims and our thoughts and prayers are with them all . May Hashem give strength and counsel for Rabbi Pinson and the counselors to help the campers through this terrible incident. We pray for Moshiach now and a better world without any hate and filled with the knowledge of HaShem .

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