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Crown Heights Family Gives Torah

R' Yakov and Chava Ohana of Crown Heights donated a Torah to a new shul in Tel Aviv with 2 known guests in attendance. Full Story, Photos

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Mazal Tov

Feed the Poor Instead
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Feed the Poor Instead

This is a new recent craze and insanity, that everyone who has “extra money to burn” keeps on writing, more and more and more needless Sefer Torah’s. Hardly a week goes by without us hearing about another Siyum Sefer Torah and yet another and yet another. Wake Up, People! There is no shortage of Sefer Torah’s today, in C.H. and not even in Russia! There is however many families in Crown Height who are going Hungry and the Money spent on un-needed Sefer Torah’s would be better spent feeding our local starving children. specially at this time of the year,… Read more »

mazal tov
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mazal tov

Mazal tov! Mazal tov!!!

Derech Eretz Please
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Derech Eretz Please

To # 2 please be careful with your words and expressions in regards to a Sefer Torah. No Sefer Torah is C”V Needles. You certainly made a very valid point. Both the physical and spiritual nourishment of all jewish children are of the greatest priority today as they always have been and that point and priority should be communicated and expressed time and time again.

From 1 shimmy 2 another
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From 1 shimmy 2 another

It is so beautiful to see how many difrent typs of Jews where at the simcha

So nice
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So nice

So nice to see all the grandchildren there, it’s all about priorities

Common Sense
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Common Sense

Many years ago in Russia at a Hachnosas Sefer Torah someone seing the tremendous simcha of the Rebbe Rashab N”A wanted him to explain why such a great simcha since this new Torah was not the first or only Torah in town…….his response was simply ” A Torah, A Torah”. Tzedaka and Chessed are certainly very important, and people need to be helped, but I think each Neshama is drawn to the Mitzvos it should perform and people should not be chastised for performing a mitzvah whether practical by your standards or not. We should think about feeding the poor… Read more »

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