LEGO-MAN, MAOR COHEN, TELLS HIS STORY:
Three years ago, when I came to Ezer Mizion’s Oranit Cancer Support Center, they explained to me that I would be working with children who have cancer and with children whose parents have cancer. All I came for was to donate some LEGO but the angels at Ezer Mizion made me see how much more I could do. I was a little frightened at the thought. After all, the word ‘cancer’ is unmentionable and I’d be diving right in.
But I know what…
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Ezer Mizion’s fifth annual Golf Tournament and Spa Day was held over Thanksgiving week at the exclusive Caesarea Golf Club in support of Ezer Mizion’s Bone Marrow Registry.
The event is the intitiative of both Israeli residents and friends of Ezer Mizion from across the globe. This competitive tournament combines their love for golf with their sincere desire to benefit the organization that has saved countless lives around the globe.
While the rest of Israel experienced…Continue
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Koreh B’Kefar Veradim
July 30, 2014
“On the Roller Coaster for Life”
Moraz Feingold, 19, from Kefar Veradim, was found to be a match for a bone marrow donation to an anonymous cancer patient. “I did not hesitate for a moment. If someone gives you a chance to take part in saving a human life – you don’t refuse.”
It all started a year ago, on the day of Feingold’s induction to the IDF, when she voluntarily…Continue
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Netanel and Aviel’s parents are neighbors-just a two minute walk from each other. They are good friends but their boys are four years apart and, up until recently didn’t have much in common. Now they do. What can a ten-year-old have in common with a six –year-old, you ask. The answer is chilling.
Last year they each watched from the window as their friends mounted the school bus. Their knapsacks remained forlorn in a corner while their owners spent grueling days…Continue
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By Vladimir Minkov
That’s true – the economic decline of the USA is rooted in our spiritual decline. And our spiritual decline is evident from the facts described in my paper “How One Must Understand the Separation of the Church from the State - both According to the U.S. Constitution and According to the Torah” at…Continue
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We, the Jews, have accused everyone for not preventing the Holocaust:
the peoples of Germany who allowed the Nazis to come to power;
the countries of Europe who allowed themselves to be run by the Nazis;
the United States who didn’t destroy the railroad lines to the extermination camps by bombing them and who did not accept the Jewish refugees from the Nazi Germany;
the Pope who didn’t stand up for the Jews…Continue
Added by Vladimir Minkov on January 19, 2013 at 6:12am — No Comments
In historic Philadelphia, just blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, stands a modest red brick building. Unlike the better-known historic sites, Congregation Mikveh Israel, a Sephardic Congregation at 44 North 4th Street, tells the history of a miniscule group of refugees who arrived in America not long after the Pilgrims.
After Portugal re-conquered Brazil from the Dutch in 1654, twenty-three men, women and children fled Recife, Brazil for New York…Continue
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Who was the frist Jew?
The first Jew was not Abraham.
The first Jew was in Abraham's son Isaac.
Abraham was not a Jew, he was Hebrew.
The first Jew came from the seed of Isaac, not Abraham.
The Land of Israel.
Israel is the land promised to Abraham.
Israel is central to the Jewish…Continue
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I can hear it in his voice – a wisdom, a deepness that seeps into his words, alerting me to the fact that something special is occurring halfway across the world. The words are no different from any other Friday
afternoon – the voicemail wishing me a ‘good shabbos’, telling me he loves
me…and yet, today, this message is…
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