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    The letter below was written by the widows of the four Kedoshim. ?????? ??? ???? ????? let us also think about the people injured in the attack who will not be sitting at their Shabbos table with their families this week, some still in critical condition, may they have a Refuah Sheleimah ???? ??? ???? ?????.

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    The widows and orphans of the four rabbis who were slain in the Jerusalem synagogue massacre this week issued a letter calling for national solidarity and unity:

    We ask that every person accept upon himself on this Sabbath Eve (Parshat Toldot, November 20-21, 2014), to set aside the day of Shabbat as a day of unconditional love, a day during which we will refrain from words of disagreement and division, from words of gossip and slander.

    God will look down from the heavens, see our suffering, wipe away our tears and put an end to our tribulations.

    May we merit seeing the coming of our Moshiach (Messiah) speedily in our days. Amen.

    Signed with a torn heart,

    Mrs. Chaya Levin and family

    Mrs. Bryna Goldberg and family

    Mrs. Yaacova Kupensky and family

    Mrs. Bashy Twersky and family


    Thank you for posting this.

    I propose when saying

    to daven to Hashem that these (and all) families know no more pain and that we should all rejoice ?????????? ?????? ??????? ??????????? ????????????? ???? ?????????! And beg Hashem to save us because we have no one else, ???? ?????? ???? ?????? ???????????? ??????? ???????????!

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    Good Shabbos!


    Letakein Girl


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