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Tuesday, 21 Heshvan, 5780
  |  November 19, 2019

Victim’s Last Words: Keep Shabbat

The last message that Paris terror victim Yoav Hattab sent was a text message urging a friend to observe the upcoming Shabbat. Full Story

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Wow!!
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Wow!!

Really inspiring tears

sad
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sad

its so sad hes not here with us anymore

Wow
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Wow

So nice his neshama should have an Aliah

wow!
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wow!

it astonished me to see how much strength this goluse demands of us. i’m inspired to read this! in this merit may moshiach come right now!

wow!
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wow!

Look at this neshama!!! and his love for bringing yidden back to yiddishkeit! hashem should allow his neshama to go higher and higher, and beg for moshiach. What a Holy Neshama! He meant it for real! may we all learn from him, and always bring our friends closer to yiddishkeit. May this be an inspiration. Am Yisroel Chai! Let us take this as an inspiration!

#5 ;
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#5 ;

im sure he is alreay begging for mashiach

A Shabbat observer for 95 years(except 3 1-2 yrs in WW2)
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A Shabbat observer for 95 years(except 3 1-2 yrs in WW2)

I am sending this heartfelt inspiring message to several people who were reared in a Shabat environment but are not observant for many years. I hope it will have a positive impact their lives.
lives

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misses a critical point in what the friend is saying….you need to add that the friend said he would keep Shabbat next week!

Very touching.
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Very touching.

Very touching; May Hashem comfort the families.

wow
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wow

Moshiach now in his zechus!!!

we need moshiach now
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we need moshiach now

he was a very special and we need him back in life

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