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Chasidic Judge Saves Passenger’s Life Mid-Flight

Judge Ruchie Freier made a kiddush Hashem on a Lufthansa flight when she saved the life of a non-Jewish passenger who had a medical emergency mid-flight. Full Story, Photos

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wow she is incredible
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wow she is incredible

Mother, Judge and Women Hatzolah leader…. maybe more titles that we don’t know about. Thank you for being a role model for us.

To: wow!!
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To: wow!!

Maybe also: President….. doctor………. !!!!!!

Very Nice
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Very Nice

“Hama’ase hu haikar”

AIRLINES
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AIRLINES

When my friends daughter saved a choking baby her airline bumped her up to business class for life.
and they just gave her a gift certificate? ok at least they acknowledged her.

Does it have
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Does it have

they gave her 150 to use in flight! It is a joke! LOL But bottom line, she did not do it for their rewards, she did it, and made a beautiful kiddush Hashem.

Kiddush Hashem
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Kiddush Hashem

It’s such a Kiddush Hashem, in these days with so much anti Semitism , it’s nice to hear such news.

CHT
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CHT

They should have wrote some Judge honors, such as Honorary or something like that

Good idea
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Good idea

“They should have ‘written’ “……

Sheryl
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Sheryl

Yes, her title is Hon. (Honorable) now, not Mrs.

CURIOUS!
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CURIOUS!

What was she doing in Frankfurt ????? Btw, on the bottom of the letter, the signed name on the letter, to the right, sounds like a frum person.

She went to Kerester in Hungary. She travels there
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She went to Kerester in Hungary. She travels there

For his Yurzeit.she was on her way home with her mother and siblings.

German name
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German name

When you live oot you actually realize how many Jewish sounding last names can also be German and many goyim have them.

Baumgarten
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Baumgarten

When I worked for the city, there was a co-worker, a lawyer with the last name of Baumgarten. According to him, neither he nor any family members were Jewish. In German, it literally means a “tree garden.”

ddb
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ddb

kol hakavod!
please translate EUR 150

The book sounds amazing
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The book sounds amazing

Love to see it soon

Kiddush Hashem
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Kiddush Hashem

ברוך ה׳ she was in the right place at the right time to perform this mitzvah! Our son, a paramedic and medical student, had the same opportunity on a flight back from medical school. He received a $100 voucher for a future flight. Even though such acts benefit the airline far more than the compensation they offer, these dedicated people do not save lives for the monetary reward.

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