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March 1, 2015 / 10 Adar , 5775
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Kimcha D’Pischa

Kimcha D'Pischa

Photo Credit: Nati Shohat/Flash90

Before Pesach, which can be a very expensive holiday, Jews distribute Kimcha D’Pischa (literally: Flour for Passover), or in more general terms, food, to help everyone be able to enjoy this holiday.

In this photo from Meah Shearim, you can see stacks and stacks of food of all types, running down the length of the entire street, which will be distributed to those who need it.

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4 Responses to “Kimcha D’Pischa”

  1. Gene Strong says:

    Why did American Jews vote for Obama ? Same.reason German Jews voted for Hitler ?

  2. Romi Itzik says:

    This misinterpretation Torah
    Producing poverty. Doing the opposite of what they are praying Bencher mezonot

  3. Hatred for the pious is disgusting among the affluent and greedy.

  4. Ora Cooper says:

    Foods of all types? are you kidding? it says clearly Carrots in Yidish (G-d forbid they would speak Hebrew!) and it looks like sacs of carrots! and little boys walking toward the shnorr train..(not enthusiastically..)

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