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Thursday, 15 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 18, 2019

    Two Friends and a Pair of Tefillin

    It was 1992 when Howard Feinstein first met Ari at his Manhattan office, leading to a years-long friendship with the Halberstam family. Full Story

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    wow!
    Guest
    wow!

    got the chills

    wow The end
    Guest
    wow The end

    Chaim ben Leizer Halevi was buried in Staten Island on Monday the 19th day of Iyar.

    It was Ari’s birthday.
    that Is So Cool

    Two special neshamas on a journey
    Guest
    Two special neshamas on a journey
    CHILLS!
    Guest
    CHILLS!

    Great Story!

    very touching
    Guest
    very touching

    my eyes welled up.

    Batting gloves
    Guest
    Batting gloves

    You mention aris love for the mets. The rebbetzin bought him dark blue batting gloves.

    very moving
    Guest
    very moving

    Very well written and moving article. A special neshaama.

    what a special connection
    Guest
    what a special connection

    what a special neshamah ,threw a mitzvah of tffilin the conection of two special soul,what a story.

    Obviously a special boy
    Guest
    Obviously a special boy

    Ari Halberstam hy”d must have been a very special neshama whose short life had a great effect on everyone he met.

    wow, very  moving
    Guest
    wow, very moving

    Thanks for sharing

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    thank for sharing

    Beautiful article
    Guest
    Beautiful article

    I got chills at the end. wow.

    FYI
    Guest
    FYI

    in the photo with Ari is his revered grandfather Rabbi Peretz Hecht Z”L listening to him say his maamer at his bar mitzvah

    Wow!!
    Guest
    Wow!!

    What a kid!! So special! Such a temimus! Ari at such a young age you have taught us all and left a legacy May Moshiach come mamash now and no doubt you will be in the front line to welcome him. May it be very soon!!!

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