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Happy in Efrat


Happy in Efrat

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4 Responses to “Happy in Efrat”

  1. JoAnn Morris says:

    Be safe and stay happy!!!

  2. Marie Parker says:

    So like this video! Thx for posting it. I’ve been to Efrat twice and it is a beautiful city. I’ve heard Rabbi Riskin speak and my husband had the please of having a conversation with him. Brings a smile to my face !!!

  3. Marie Parker says:

    So like this video! Thx for posting it. I’ve been to Efrat twice and it is a beautiful city. I’ve heard Rabbi Riskin speak and my husband had the please of having a conversation with him. Brings a smile to my face !!!

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