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G’mar Chatimah Tova, A good Yom Kippur to Jerusalem’s Supporters!

Yom Kippur begins in a few hours. It is the Day of Atonement, the climax of the past weeks of teshuva (working toward bettering ourselves). As always, all prayers and requests from Hashem are directed toward the Temple Mount in the heart of Jerusalem. We pray for the peace and safety of the Land of Israel, with Jerusalem as our eternal unified capital. Thank you to all of Jerusalem’s supporters. Wishing all of us health, happiness and peace!

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6 days ago

As the Jewish People do every year, the Yom Kippur prayers concluded with the traditional prayer of LShana habaah BeYerushalayim Babenuya!  Next year in the fully rebuilt Jerusalem!


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Yom Kippur begins tomorrow evening.  Jerusalem is the center of the focus of the day, with emphasis on the special service that took place in the Holy Temple.

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The rabbi here is reported to have asserted in his 'sermon,' an eqivalence between the closing of the gates during Neilah and Trump's closing of the US-Mexico border. 😠

What's funny Mario's? Loser troll

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