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"One Mitzvah brings to the next Mitzvah"

Dear friends,

"One Mitzvah brings to the next Mitzvah", is what our sages have taught. Last Friday, I literally experienced that.

Last Friday afternoon I was on my daily visit at the Luzern hospital, just about an hour before Shabbat. After I finished my visit and was ready to leave the building, I met another Jew, who was just passing by that moment. He told me that in the maternity ward, there is a young Jewish woman, who was visiting Switzerland from Israel, and was about seven months pregnant. During her trip she was rushed to the hospital with pains and gave birth to her little baby girl.

I immediately went over to the maternity ward to wish her Shabbat Shalom and to see if I can help with anything. Her mother, who h… Read More »

Its time to help

You surely heard about the terrible accident, which happened near Luzern at the bginning of this week. In the past few days I've been busy with this, helping and supportin the injured and their families. I received a lot of warm feedback and thank yous. 

I would like to forward the thank you's to the group of volunteers who have worked tirelessly together with me. Without them I would not have been able to organize all of the help we were able to offer. Thank you to Uri, Goren, Dana, Sagit, Naaman, Pnina, and to all of the others, who have offered and keep offering their help.

The media reporter of the Chabad headquarters in New York wanted to be updated on the story and summed it up in his own article, which you can read here.

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