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Tuesday, 20 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 23, 2019

    Rechnitz Surprises US Soldiers

    While on a stopover on the way to Israel, businessman Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz met 400 US soldiers and decided to surprise them with a special treat. Full Story, Video

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    Kiddush Hashem
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    Kiddush Hashem
    There's more
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    There's more

    According to Rabbi Yechiel Spero who writes Inspiration Daily for Yeshiva Ateres Shimon, “after he (Mr. Rechnitz) finished to a round of applause and standing ovation, a fellow walked over to him. He said, “Sir, I want you to know something. I’m from Kentucky. We are all from Kentucky, Alabama, Tennessee.. and there are not many Jews around there. I happen to put on tefillin every day. To be honest with you my fellow soldiers make fun of me, not because they are antisemetic, just they think I’m a weirdo; I have horns. I have been the but of all… Read more »

    Awesome!
    Guest
    Awesome!

    Go USArmy!! Usually the guys who serve are righty, and proud of our country. Israel could learn, because of the draft, like half the soldiers believe in giving away land etc. May Hashem protect all of aforementioned serviceman. Yitzi Kan.

    Aaron
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    Aaron

    BS”D
    wow nice
    Kiddush Hashem
    Kiddush Luvbavitch

    rechnitz
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    rechnitz

    Pretty amazing at a stop ireland in what i assume was the middle of a long trip. To cause such a kiddish Hashem is amazing. Its not about the money he gives plenty of that. Hashem should continue to bless him. I hope it goes viral the goyim need to see it.

    To 4
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    To 4

    A kiddish Hashem. Shlomo yehuda is a great yid but not Lubavitch

    Beautiful story
    Guest
    Beautiful story

    May we all be zoche to make a Kiddush Hashem, each in our own way, be it small or large!

    Wow!
    Guest
    Wow!

    Great story ! Thank you mr. Rechnitz for the kiddush Hashem!

    To #4
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    To #4

    He’s not lubavitch

    Dosch
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    Dosch

    The guy is a walking Kiddush Hashem.

    kiddish hashem
    Guest
    kiddish hashem

    He may not be a lubavithcher but he helps plenty of shluchim!
    why is his being lubavitch an issue?

    to #4 and #9...
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    to #4 and #9...

    Yet:-)

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    thats amazing its a major kiddush hashem. wow

    He's a Big Friend of Lubavitch ! !
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    He's a Big Friend of Lubavitch ! !
    The Rebbe's Brocho
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    The Rebbe's Brocho

    Story I heard from someone who heard it from him, he asked the Rebbe a Brocho for Ashirus as it wasn’t going so well for him. The Rebbe told him to say Veyiten Lecho bekoil

    Amazing
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    Amazing

    Such a Kiddush Hashem good on him

    what an inspiration
    Guest
    what an inspiration

    Wow! What a man with a huge heart! Some people have , but they just don’t know how to give! ( and he is constantly giving to so many) Here, he showed appreciation to soldiers!!, People who risk their lives for the safety and security of others. And then, to be approached by a Yid after and being told such a magnificent story, a story of such hashgacha protis; it is a gift to Mr. Rechnitz to hear how his gesture of kindness will snowball into such a kiddush hashem, in more ways that one. Mr. Rechntz is truly an… Read more »

    Wow
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    Wow

    Very inspiring!

    FYI
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    FYI

    That is $20000!!!!!!!!!!

    Standing Up
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    Standing Up

    I’m not aJew, but I greatly respect all Jews. They inspire me with their United strength to stand strong against all terrorist. Thank you Isreal.

    Just me
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    Just me

    The future is Israel. Jews are the coals on the fire that will keep the world warm and secure. Jews of any sect always have stood together. Doesn’t take much for a Jew to extend his/her hand in friendship. We do it every day. G-d Bless everyone on this planet.

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