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German Handyman’s Plan in Israel

Rabbi Zalmen Wishedski, Chabad Shliach in Basel, Switzerland, was moved to hear why a handyman from Germany is flying to Israel. Full Story

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Amazing,
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Amazing,

but the Rebbe implied in his Igros that they really haven’t changed. I do believe there are individuals though, such as this one that are righteous gentiles. And this does help to bolster one’s faith in humanity.

righteous gentiles.

kol hakavod
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kol hakavod

May Hashem bentch him with revealed health and joy

Wow
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Wow

Wow how inspiring

Very moving
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Very moving

Thanks for posting.

1 step in the right direction
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1 step in the right direction

I wish he was right

He may be one of the other 30%
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He may be one of the other 30%

I have read articles in the papers (some before the internet as we have it today, existed) articles that said that 70% of those interviewed, who remembers what is was like living under their “fuhrer” Yemach Shmo, said they thought it was better under him then during any other time.
Roland looks to young to have lived during that time, and he may before form the 30% that would not have liked it back then.

very touching story Moshiah times
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very touching story Moshiah times

i glad that kids of the nazis trying to take care of what their fathers did .

Sam Schwartz
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Sam Schwartz

Roland’s chessed is beautiful. They’re the same Germans. Don’t let them fool you.

Not sure
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Not sure

I have not heard of a group of yidden doing the same thing for yidden who went through world War two

To #9
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To #9

There is an organization here in Israel that does similar for families that suffered through a tragedy – and need home renovations. They send the family away for 2-3 days, renovate what is needed (often replacing furniture and even adding happy touches i.e., a bulletin board, framed pics, etc) and the family returns to a home as if Mary Poppins had been there.

To #9
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To #9

Yidden do thing for other yidden the whole time, whether there are problems or no problems. The chiddush here is that it’s a German….German = nation who weren’t so nice to most of the previous generation of Jews….to put it mildly… (not so friendly nowadays too…).
This German is trying to make amends for something he may feel guilty about. Good for him. And yes BH there are thousands of beautiful yidden out there making differences in many peoples lives. Look out for it and you will see it.

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