The name for tefillos is Hadassa bas Miriam From: Rachel Bald
Date: Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:51 PM
Subject: Dasi Hoffman - urgent
I know who this is. PLEASE HELP Dasi Hoffman return home as soon as possible!!! She had tremendous Nissim BH, and let us do our part to help her have the last 3 surgeries necessary, so she can return home gezunterheit.
Hashem should protect us in these volatile times, in the merit of Tzedaka. We have NO IDEA how much our Tzedaka is saving us!!!!!! (PLEASE FORWARD TO OTHERS)Please say a Kapital Tehillim for her and all those who need:
Please daven for Aviva Minka bas Freidel Ruchel, the daughter of an Aneinu member who just came out of surgery after being in a car accident in Israel.
Also please daven for her granddaughters, Leora Nili bas Aviva Minka and Eliana Yakira bas Aviva Minka.
Also, please daven for Yaakov Binyomin ben Meryl.
May they all have a refuah shlema.
An 18-month-old girl fell from a first floor window on Kedushas Halevy Street in Betar Illit on Sunday morning. She was listed in moderate condition when transported to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem.
The child was transported by MDA to the trauma center.
On Monday morning, Hagaon HaRav Chaim Kanievsky advised the family to have a name added.
Please be Mispallel for Esther Tova bas Chaya Eidel.
(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)
Subject: Fwd: JewishWaterbury My brain tumor
This is from a woman who lives in Waterbury. SO sad :( Please pass her name around for tefillos.
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From: 'Orli' via JewishWaterbury
Date: Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 11:49 PM
Subject: JewishWaterbury My brain tumor
To: 'Corenub29' via JewishWaterbury
At the risk of becoming a pity case and today's nebach flavor- of -the -day, I am going to open myself up to our incredibly kind, caring community and admit that I need your help.
I have just been diagnosed with a large brain tumor that is threatening the vision of my right eye. I cannot yet receive the surgery I need, however, because it is too risky to our unborn baby. That is why I need all of you, each and every person who is able, to please, please beg and beseech Hashem to have rachmanus on me and our family.
My Hebrew name is אורלי רחל בת יהודית רות, Orli Rachel bas Yehudis Rus.
I need tfillos that my vision shouldn't, chalilah, worsen any more. That with Hashem's help my eye should remain stable until I am able to give birth safely. That ImyH the baby should be born healthy and in the right time and that ultimately my brain surgery should be matzliach.
It's not in the doctor's hands, nor in the power of medication- it's in Hashem's hands and the power of your collective tfillos is monumental.
I am sorry to be mirztarech the tzibbor in this manner, but I know I cannot do this alone.
Thank you for helping us in our time of need.
May Hashem bless every member of our community and Klal Yisrael with an abundance of good health, peace, prosperity, simcha and nachas always.
The correct name of the Yavneh terror victim is Niv Gil ben Hadassah Esther. Please continue to daven for him.UPDATE:
Arutz 7 -Doctors at Rehovot’s Kaplan Medical Center are continuing efforts to save the life of the Jew seriously wounded yesterday in a stabbing terror attack at a Yavneh supermarket.
Surgeon Dr. Doron Schindel, head of the head and neck surgery unit, said that the wounded man’s condition had stabilized during the night. He is being kept in the hospital’s general intensive care unit, still anesthetized and on a respirator. Within the next few hours, he is to be transferred to an operating room for completion of surgical procedures.
If anyone knows this man's Hebrew name, please let me know. In the meantime please say a perek of Tehillim in his zchus.
JNS.org – An Israeli man was seriously wounded on Wednesday when he was stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist at a Shufersal supermarket in the central Israeli city of Yavne.
The terrorist, 19, is from the West Bank city of Nablus, the Israel Police said. Unconfirmed reports said the terrorist was an employee at the supermarket. Civilians at the scene of the attack subdued the terrorist, with some kicking him while he lay on the ground.
The victim, 43, also reportedly a Shufersal employee, was rushed to the Kaplan Medical Center in the nearby city of Rehovot with multiple severe stab wounds in his upper body. He arrived at the hospital in unstable condition, according to the Magen David Adom emergency response group.
Arutz 7 - Doctors at the Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot are continuing efforts Wednesday evening to save the life of the 43 year old victim of the terrorist stabbing attack in Yavneh.
The surgeon, Dr. Doron Schindel, the head of the Head and Neck Surgery Unit at the hospital, provided an update on the victim's condition.
"The patient arrived at the emergency room with multiple stab wounds in the neck and upper body and also in the back. He was bleeding from many wounds when he arrived. Initial efforts were made to stabilize him in the emergency room ,and then he was taken to the operating room where they continued to work to stop the bleeding and to close the affected organs," Dr. Schindel said.
In video footage of the attack, the stabber can be seen innocuously walking into the Shufersal supermarket, then grabbing a knife which had been hiding under his shirt. He ran towards a supermarket worker who happened to be standing near him, and stabbed his victim multiple times in the chest, head and neck, despite the worker's attempts to defend himself.
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2.Rabbi Elefant said business Secular law Torah in every aspect of our lives.Mundane affairs arev beis din follow the mahiga hador thats the connection Bava Barsa to Sanhedrin follow Das Torah in every aspect of our lives.
3.Rabbi Elefant and Rabbi Rosner both said Bava Basra begins with mechitza and ends with guarantor achdus Maschiach come AMEN.