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WATCH IN FULL: Levaya of Habachur Nachman Doniel (Donny) Morris Z”L 19, Of Teaneck NJ

The Levaya for Habachur Nachman Daniel ben Aryeh Tzvi (Donny Morris) z”l will begin at Yeshivat Sha’alvim Sunday Night at 1:30PM EDT/8:30PM Israel time.

Kevurah will follow on Har Hazeisim, Chelkas HaNeviim. גוש א שורה 10 מקום 414
Shiva is at Sha’alvim from 10-1 and 2:30-6.

The family will continue Shiva at their home beginning on Tuesday. A full schedule will be forthcoming.

The Niftar had been studying at Yeshivas Shalavim since September. He is a graduate of the Marsha Stern Talmudic Academy in Washington Heights.

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(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)

4 Responses

  1. Filming a levaya and posting it in public media is very insensitive and cruel to the aveilim during this time of grief. What happened to our sensitivities?!?

    Moderators Response: Did it ever occur to you that maybe – just maybe – the families themselves arranged for these Levayos to be live streamed to the world so friends and family around the globe can participate and mourn together?

  2. @Vocie of Reason – seems like you need to change your alias. Perhaps you should have asked YWN before posting. Fortunately, you didn’t lose anybody. Perhaps you should be more sensitive to these grieving families that need us to share their pain.

  3. Voice of Reason: This wasn’t a TV show. It was an opportunity for people around the world to listen to the words of chizuk from various Rabbeim and share the grief of the parents and family. This was a loss for all of Klal Yisroel and all of Klal Yisroel needed to hear and see what was being said. You assume that just because it was on a screen, that it was meant to be entertainment??

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