With Tisha B’Av less than a week away, I will be putting together some special posts in respect to what is widely considered as the saddest day in the Jewish year. It is widely accepted as the day used to remember those murdered by the Nazis on unknown dates and has a powerful relevance to this website.
July 23, 2012
A Day of Sadness
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