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  |  June 19, 2019

    Diary: Condolence Journey

    A trip never to be forgotten: "As I sit on the plane on my return trip home, early Monday morning, I am still under the influence of one of the most moving experiences of my life. " Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz, Head Shliach of Illinois, recounts his day-long journey's experiences, visiting the families of the victims of the Mumbai Massacre. Full Story

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    Amazing. Kol Hakavod.

    Beautiful and touching
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    Beautiful and touching
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    True Achdus!!!! How beautiful to see!!!
    MAY IT CONTINUE TO THE ULTIMATE GEULAH NOW!!!!!

    Visiting Terror Victim Families HY"D
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    Visiting Terror Victim Families HY"D

    Over eight yrs ago, in the beginning of the second Intifada, my husband and I raised funds for victims of terror and went to Israel, going from house to house, of terror victim families, offering comfort, and monetary support from a kehilla in NY. I can relate to how moving the experience was for the rabbis involved in this holy mission. Though we were not “official” shluchim, we had been inspired to take this action because of what we have learned through Chabad about Ahavas Yisrael and spreading light. Our efforts expanded and international offers of support for victims’ families… Read more »

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