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The Kosher L’Pesach Tombstone

What is the behind the inscription of "Kosher L'Pesach" on the tombstone of Walter Galler, found in a cemetery in Namibia. Full Story

Rabbi Aharon Serebryanski, OBM

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Here is a first hand account of this story
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Here is a first hand account of this story
A pinteler yid
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A pinteler yid

This is veryheartwarming and quite a story

How sad
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How sad

Walter’s family was not Jewish (he married out). He is the quintessential 5th son that never made it to the seder.

Inspired
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Inspired

This speaks volumes about the Holy Jewish Nation in keeping Brit Milah, Passover, and Yom Kippur. Hashem we love you, no matter what!

Pesach in Namibia
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Pesach in Namibia

I actualy spent Pesach in Namibia. In the end we only had 9 ppl. But was very interesting experience. This was in 03. Not sure what going on there now, with the Jewish community.

Perspective
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Perspective

His neshama was pure, like us all, as we get down to the essence of it all for Pesach

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