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Wednesday, 17 Tishri, 5780
  |  October 16, 2019

Dovid Benveniste, 64, OBM

R' Dovid Benveniste, who lived in Los Angeles and S. Francisco before moving to Tzfas, passed away after a brief illness. Full Story

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bd"E
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bd"E

MoshiACH now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
aD MOSAI???????
AD MOSAI???????????????????????
AD MOSAI>>>>>>>>>>>>>????????????

baruch dayan haemes
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baruch dayan haemes

he often joined farbrengens in temimei darech and had interesting personal stories

BDE
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BDE

This man has changed lives!! Moshiach now!

Bda
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Bda

We all remmber him from san francisco and when he came visit us in florida sorry to hear from rabbi levy and family

soldiers
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soldiers

Dovid signed up 23,000 soldiers for a letter in the Torah

BDE
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BDE

Sorry for the families loss!may Hashem comfort you!!!!!!

baruch dayan haemes
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baruch dayan haemes

looks like ha accomplished a huge shlichus on this earth! may his neshama have an aliya!

Shocking and Saddened
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Shocking and Saddened

We had the Tzchut of meeting Rav Dovid in Tzfat this summer and spent precious time with him in and around Tzfat. He spoke so lovingly of his children and was so proud of them. He was loved by so many and for good reason. He had a heart of gold and gave of himself to everyone he came into contact with. A tremendous loss to all of Klal Yisroel

Omri Maron
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Omri Maron

It is a shock for let hope that he will live in peace in the other world.

Sorry we had not spoken in many years
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Sorry we had not spoken in many years

From his youngest brother Jack I wish him peace !!!!!😇

ymg
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ymg

Bde.
May his family be comforted and may his children carry pride in him and do mitzvot with love and courage in his zchut.

My old friend
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My old friend

I have so many great memories of having fun with David in New York City when he visited with my cousin Bill. A great light and personality. My condolences to his children.

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