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  • The Jewish Russian community in Michigan has begun writing a Sefer Torah for the safety and protection of the community, let us all unite and take part in this project. Please join us by purchasing one letter for each member of your family.

    Rabbi Yosef Misholovin

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  • $18 for a letter

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  • In the times of the Baal Shem tov there was a terrible outbreak of a dreadful disease in Mezibush, Ukraine. Men, women and children were falling ill to this rampant disease. Out of desperation, the community leaders turned to the Baal Shem tov and asked him to daven on behalf of the community that the plague vanish from their midst.

    The Baal Shem tov responded that the annulment of the decree was in their hands. The Baal Shem tov explained to them that the solution to their growing problem was that the entire community participate in the creation of a new Torah. The people gathered took upon themselves to do just that and the Baal Shem tov instructed his Sofer to begin writing this Unity Torah. And, amazingly, as the Torah was written, the community began to heal.

    In these uncertain times, times of social distancing and isolation, it is more important than ever to stand together and be united.

    A Unity Sefer Torah is currently being written in Michigan and you have the opportunity to take part. We have begun to write a Torah scroll in honor of our dear friend, Ben Opengeym. Now is the time for us to join together in this display of unity to complete the writing of this Torah.  Men, women and children can purchase a single letter in the Torah.

    Consider purchasing a letter today!

    Let us join together to storm the heavens and eradicate this virus from our midst!

    With every letter purchased please enclose the first name and the mother’s name. All names will be brought in prayer to the Rebbe’s resting place, the Ohel in New York.  

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