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    Why We Named ‘Eyal Gilad Naftali’

    A Chabad couple explains why they named their newborn son Eyal Gilad Naftali and after other Jewish victims of terror. Full Story, Photos

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    So beautiful!
    Guest
    So beautiful!

    Always good to hear that our martyrs truly live on amongst us!

    Beautiful.
    Guest
    Beautiful.

    And too cute baby!

    Crown heights
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    Crown heights

    Wow amazing lots of nachas

    moved to tears.
    Guest
    moved to tears.

    Yankee and Binah have added their page to our long suffering but also beautifully bright family album. You see, darkness murders innocent children and then names public squares after the murderers. We name our children after the innocent that were murdered. No, Yankee and Binah never met the three precious souls, but being deeply connected to them on a soul level, they didnt have to meet them. They are a part of us. Ayal, Gilad and Naftali are a part or our spiritual DNA. Such is the life of those who are privileged to be part of our family. The… Read more »

    Florida
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    Florida

    So heartwarming

    Zechus
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    Zechus

    A great zechus for your son being named after three kedoshim.
    A great zechus for the parent s offering a great nechama to the family of these kedoshim. Der Oibershter blybt nisht kain baal chov and a I am sure this will be a source of bracha for the whole family! Moshiach Now!!

    Uncle Yosef
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    Uncle Yosef

    Proud of you, Mazaltov, may the mesirus nefesh bring your son much light in his life and to the whole family.

    Chassidishe Nachas
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    Chassidishe Nachas

    Yankee and Binah – special parents ! Mazal Tov and tons of Nachas !

    Batya
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    Batya

    Wow, kol hakavod! What an impressive family!!

    lisa
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    lisa

    please bring him to visit Givat Oz v’Gaon when he’s big enough – a hilltop in Gush Etzion that is on its way to becoming a new jewish community, named for Gil-ad, Eyal and Naftali, z”l. here is a peek at the progress in 2 weeks time, baruch Hashem: https://vimeo.com/100683147

    md
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    md

    Mazal tov !!!!!

    Yehudis
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    Yehudis

    Wow! Beautiful – loads of nachat from your newest prince and your entire family.
    ….and when you come to visit Givat Oz v’Gaon (as Lisa comment #10 posted) you are invited to stay by us – @ Chabad of Efrat – from which you can walk to the new community even on Shabbos. We’d be honored to host you. Mazal Tov!!

    Inspiring
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    Inspiring

    Beautiful!!!

    MAZAL TOV   MAZAL TOV
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    MAZAL TOV MAZAL TOV

    Yankee-and Binah you made me very proud.P-G you should bring him and all your darling kinderlach to torah chupah and maasim tovim, in plenty Bgur, G-D should give you and the whole family a lot of chasideshen nachas and me from you all best love bobbe grand bobbe Rochel ochel

    daniel agami
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    daniel agami

    Daniel was a us soldier killed I believe in Iraq. He was not in the IDF. He was a great soldier who learnt as a child at Chabad.

    Mazal Tov!
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    Mazal Tov!

    So nice!

    So beautiful
    Guest
    So beautiful

    The most beautiful thing I heard all week :’)

    bittersweet
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    bittersweet

    Truly amazing. And the truth. The 3 boys bought klal yisroel together

    Randy
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    Randy

    Mazel tov! My name is Randy I live in Ontario, Canada. Our son Chaim Tzvi attends Yeshiva Mir in Jerusalem and lives with our daughter in law and granddaughter. I need your help to share with as many people I would be grateful. I am working with Dani Abell (relative) who lives in the same community as Naftali Frankel one of the murdered boys. I am trying to get as many people to participate in our Letters of Love Project. As the families of the three kidnapped and murdered boys conclude the shiva period, they begin the painful transition to… Read more »

    Mazel Tov
    Guest
    Mazel Tov

    Shalhevet I am so honored to be your friend.
    You are part of a very special family.

    Thank you
    Guest
    Thank you

    Thank you for reminding us that we are all one. And what a beautiful way to do it. May you have many Yiddishe nachas from Eyal Gilad Nafthali, and may he be a source of light, inspiration and hope to the entire world.

    Mazal tov
    Guest
    Mazal tov

    Ah butifulll
    Tizkd legadlo letora chupa vmasim olvim

    Mazel Tov
    Guest
    Mazel Tov

    Beautiful baby, beautiful people. May you only have nachas!

    BH
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    BH

    Mazal Tov

    so amazing and beautiful!!!!
    Guest
    so amazing and beautiful!!!!

    This family is truly inspiring. May H-shem continue to inspire and guide them and may they see only nachas from all their wonderful children, !!!

    Mazeltov Mazeltov
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    Mazeltov Mazeltov

    Boruch Hashem a beautiful ziskeit .
    May you raise him L’Torah Ul’chupah Ul’Maasim Toivim
    together with all your kinderlach Sheyichyu
    And may we be zoche to the Revelation of Moshiach very soon.

    mazel tov
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    mazel tov

    Mazel tov binah! Beautiful explanation.love meira saul

    So proud to be a Jew
    Guest
    So proud to be a Jew

    A set of triplets were also named after these 3 kedoshim. Hopefully all these babies will be a source of comfort to the families of these innocent Jewish children. May Hashem reward our achdus with Moshiach now.

    so nice
    Guest
    so nice

    moved to how much people care l am shaw you will get lots of nachas

    Mandi in Joburg
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    Mandi in Joburg

    Mazal Tov, Mazal Tov! Wow i have tears in my eyes just reading this. Binah and Yankee you are both amazing, special people and parents! May your beautiful children continue to bring you only Nachas and Simchas! All my love to you all.

    mazel tov  dear niece and nephew, from Buenos Aires!
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    mazel tov dear niece and nephew, from Buenos Aires!

    Mazel tov mazel tov! lots of naches from all the familly, low profile, as chasidim should be, but amazing for so much good! may Eyal Gilad Naftali be a true soldier in the -Rebbe`s army, and may you meet the kedoishim, name sake`s of your children, with the revelation of Moshiach, Now.

    los angeles jews
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    los angeles jews

    you make us strong

    מזל טוב ושתגדלו אותו בנחת ובשמחה!
    Guest
    מזל טוב ושתגדלו אותו בנחת ובשמחה!
    Mazaltov!
    Guest
    Mazaltov!

    How beautiful. May you always get lots of nachat from your adorable son.

    Mazal Tov!
    Guest
    Mazal Tov!

    What a beautiful expression of a truly a touching sentiment. I guess at some point a nickname will evolve that will include snippets of all 3 of these beautiful names, otherwise some part of the baby’s long name will likely not be used. That would defeat the purpose of this naming and would really be a shame.
    Much yiddisheh and chassidisheh nachas.

    Friends from Plainview NY
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    Friends from Plainview NY

    Mazal Tov to the gonsa mischpachau
    And especially Rabbi Yisreal & Rebbitizen Chaia Teitelbaum

    Mazeltov From Cindi's mom Hazel
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    Mazeltov From Cindi's mom Hazel

    What a beautiful thing. A very big Mazeltov to you all Lots of love

    Mazal Tov From SF Chabad!
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    Mazal Tov From SF Chabad!

    It’s very moving what you’ve done.
    I’m happy you chose all 3 names.
    May these names give your son the power to achieve greatness and chasidisha nachot. Mazal Tov!

    please don't call them martyrs
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    please don't call them martyrs

    comment No. 1 called the boys “martyrs”. This is what those rishusdige arabs call their children who blow themselves to bits.
    These boys are tzadikim who were nifter al kiddush hashem

    To number 39
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    To number 39

    We’ve been calling kedoshim “martyrs” for many decades now, and there is nothing wrong with that word. The Moslems also say G-d is great, should we not use that phrase any more?

    Mazal Tov
    Guest
    Mazal Tov

    Mazal Tov and may you raise him to Torah, to chuppah, and to maasim tovim.

    Chana K. in California

    Mazel tov !!
    Guest
    Mazel tov !!

    Wish him long and joyful life !!
    :))

    to #35
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    to #35

    actually thinking about how the child will feel when he grows up, naftali or tuli would be fine too

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