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Shema Yisrael

Azrielli Tower - Shema Yisrael

Tel Aviv’s Azrielli Towers lit up in prayer.

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17 Responses to “Shema Yisrael”

  1. Yioter miday meuhar. Much to late. Troppo tardi. Nagyon keson.

  2. Lily Weiser says:

    never too late Baruch HASHEM

  3. Shema Yisrael your redemption is near! May it be in our days ! May it be today!

  4. This speaks volumes that our most important prayer is being posted for all to see in Tel Aviv.

  5. שמע ישראל אדוני אלוהינו, אדוני אחד!

  6. Baruch shem kvod malchuto l’olam va’ed!

  7. Patty Hay says:

    This is a beautiful sight, blesses my heart and I know this blesses HaShem. Baruch Ata Adonai

  8. God still watching over Israel! I support and pray for Israel people and IDF!

  9. May God watch over all the innocent people on both sides who are victims of Hamas. Peace for Israel and liberation from Hamas for the Palestine people.
    Shabbat shalom

  10. Uzi Kattan says:

    Hashem will protect His people form the demonic allah worshipers.

  11. I often wonder why the problems in our country aren’t as important?

  12. Karen Bryant says:

    Praying for Israel.

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