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Future Matzah Bakers of Israel


Future Matza Bakers of Israel

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10 Responses to “Future Matzah Bakers of Israel”

  1. Awwwww they are soooo cute!!!

  2. Awwwww they are soooo cute!!!

  3. Bless all the children of the world

  4. In Eastern Europe, matzah baking before Pesach was a way for widows and poor girls to earn some extra money to support their families. Now women aren’t allowed in the matzah kitchens in Israel for modesty reasons. In a country where men are paid to study Torah and kollel stipends are tax-free, women who are the sole income earners for their family should be given preference for these jobs.

  5. Congregation Teen,Good Work.

  6. Sweet baby’s God bless them

  7. Beautiful wonderful children. GOD is so good.

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