Where will You Go With Abba on Friday?

Where will You Go With Abba on Friday?

This is SO CUTE. Featuring the daughter of Israeli newscaster Corrin Gideon.  

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A Quick Trip

A Quick Trip

Josh will be guiding a group over Chanukah to the Negev, so today we woke up at 5:15 AM in order to take the 6:10 bus to Beersheva, so we could wander around the desert to prepare. Josh took these photos of me at Ain Avdat, I was blown away by my first visit to […]

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A Remarkable Story from the Mother of Aryeh Schopak HY”D

A Remarkable Story from the Mother of Aryeh Schopak HY”D

Today I sat with the mother of Aryeh Schopak HY”D at the shiva in Har Nof. And this was the story she shared with the 20 or so women present: “Sue Koltai, the mother of Azi Koltai z”l who died in the Meron tragedy, came to visit me on the 1st day of the shiva. […]

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The Final Davar Torah of Aryeh Schopak HY”D

The Final Davar Torah of Aryeh Schopak HY”D

Yesterday, hundreds attended the Jerusalem funeral of 16-year-old Aryeh Schopak, a Canadian-Israeli yeshiva student who was brutally murdered by a Palestinian terrorist while on his way to yeshiva. Every week Aryeh’s yeshiva, the Harei Yehuda Yeshiva in Beit Meir, distributes a newsletter highlighting ideas that came up during the boys’ discussion of the weekly Torah […]

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The Victim from Today’s Jerusalem Bombing: 16-Year-Old Aryeh Schupak HY”D

The Victim from Today’s Jerusalem Bombing: 16-Year-Old Aryeh Schupak HY”D

Like every morning, this morning my daughter, Maayan, got dressed up in her IDF uniform and left our house early to travel to her base in Tel Aviv. But shortly after she started her bus ride, she heard a loud explosion. A Palestinian terrorist had set off an explosive at her bus’s next stop. B”H, […]

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Moishi Holtzberg, Mumbai Terror Orphan, Honored at Knesset Swearing-In

Moishi Holtzberg, Mumbai Terror Orphan, Honored at Knesset Swearing-In

In 2008 terrorists brutally murdered Chabad emmisaries Rabbi Gavriel and Rivki Holtzberg, while their 3-year-old son Moishi was saved by his nanny. This week Moishy, now 17 years old, opened the new session of the Knesset by reading a Psalm from the sefer Tehillim of his late parents. Seeing Moishy so grown up and continuing […]

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