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by Chayalle Fri, Apr 20 2018, 11:20 am

Sad day in Israel

Yom Hazikaron for the 22000+ soldiers killed and the fallen in terror acts

Dont forget - say a perek tehilim to those who gave their lives for Am Yisrael.

Unfortunately we are all soldiers in EY, in the streets, on buses, and in the fields.

As I saw my neighbour this morning I felt a pang. His brother will never be back. He died in Lebanon 33 years ago. he will never have a family.
His mother, an Aushwitz survivor has to live without her son.

Another neighbour - killed on the road

Another on a bus...

My son's friends, my daughters friends and their parents, my workmates niece...

BeH these will be the last.

Replies : 4  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: hila Wed, Apr 18 2018, 3:19 am

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Replies : 1  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Rhonda G Tue, Apr 17 2018, 6:30 pm

Northeast Philadelphia- Join the many new young families!

Come join the 13 young families who moved in last summer! Our community is a place where you can raise your children with less stress and financial pressure and stay close to NY/NJ. Incredibly affordable, lots of jobs, many dayschool & highschool options, and State Tuition Tax Credit Program! Contact info@biozshul.org for more information about joining our wonderful, warm, and inclusive community!

-Northeast Philadelphia is about an hour and 40 minutes from New York by car or train.

-We have multiple yeshiva day school options, for both elementary and high school.

- Pennsylvania state tax credits for private schools resulting in tuition that is incredibly affordable!

-3-4 Bedroom homes from 200k-300k. Property Taxes are $2000-$3000 a year.

-Spacious Home rentals with full amenities, parking, private entrances. 2 bedrooms range from $900-$1000 per month, 3 bedrooms range from $1000-$1200.

-Lots of Job Opportunities: Just outside center city Philadelphia- one of the largest cities in the US.

-Kosher food at affordable prices, mikvah, eruv, restaurants, and lots of jewish infrastructure.

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Please email info@biozshul.org for more information or to come for a visit! We look forward to warmly welcoming you!

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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Mon, Apr 16 2018, 9:01 am

Desperate for a 2nd child after 2 miscarriages

We are absolutely desperate for a 2nd child after having 2 early miscarriages. B'H we have a beautiful daughter who turned 3 just after Pesach. But every day I feel a sense of real sadness and grief that she does not yet have a sibling. It is so hard being surrounded by people having babies - many of them are contemporary with us and are having/have already had their second. We are trying our hardest to have emunah and bitachon that it is all for the good and will happen in good time but all the waiting and hoping gets so lonely sometimes, I just feel totally worn down by it all. Please please please daven for us - Chana Batya bat Sarah and Yonatan Chaim ben Sarah.

Replies : 26  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Fri, Apr 13 2018, 3:04 am

Bus Driver Was Suffering When Found

The Vizhnitz community of Haifa was shaken last month when Eliyahu Malek, bus driver and father of 7, was in a horrific head-on collision with a truck. The accident occured on Highway 6, near the Sorek Interchange. No passengers were present on the bus at the time.

"When I arrived at the scene, I encountered the difficult sight of an accident involving an empty bus and a truck," said Yanki Weinberg, a medic at Ichud Hatzala who arrived first on the scene. "The bus driver was trapped, and was suffering from a lot of system damage."

Eliyahu was evacuated by firemen to Ichilov Hospital where he remained in a coma for two weeks. His life hung in the balance for many days, and his full Hebrew name was released for davening by both ZAKA and the Israeli Police. During those two weeks, his wife Sari sat by his side, praying that he would live to continue raising their 7 young children. Erev Pesach, he passed away. He was 32 years old.

Funds are being raised for Mrs. Malek and the children, the youngest of whom is just 1 year old. Devastated by the loss of her husband, Sari must now raise her large family alone.

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Replies : 3  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Sun, Apr 08 2018, 12:14 pm

Aharon Ben Chana

Please please say Tehillim for Aharon Ben Chana, a young father of two from Monsey who needs an immediate Refuah Shleima. Chapter 34 and Chapter 20 and any other ones you can say!

Replies : 2  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Fri, Mar 30 2018, 5:24 am

Massive Yeshiva Fire: “Miraculously, No Lives Lost”

Men, women, and children stood in the snow in their pajamas last Tuesday night, watching flames destroy everything they owned. It only took minutes for the avreichim and their families to evacuate the Beit Yosef Novardok yeshiva buildings, just outside of France. Just minutes later, and many lives would have been lost.

“We were counting the families when we discovered that one child was missing,” recalls Rabbi Yaakov Yom Tov. “One of the adults ran in and pulled him out of his bed. Just one minute later would have been too late.”

Tragically, less than a week before Pesach, many of the avreichim of Yeshivas Beit Yosef Novardok are still completely homeless. Those who have found places to stay are without any belongings whatsoever. Many of the yeshiva’s talmidim travelled to France from Eretz Yisroel, in order to help it get started. They emerged from the fire with their lives, and nothing else.

Those who are interested in helping the homeless families purchase new belongings before Pesach can do so here for a limited time.

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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Tue, Mar 27 2018, 7:53 pm


 
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Was your bat mitzvah not as large as your brothers' bar mitzvahs?
Yes it was smaller, and I was happy about it
Yes it was smaller, and that upset me
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