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Praying for the Kidnapped Boys Under the Chupah

Chatan Praying for Boys

I don’t know who this Chatan and Kallah (bride and groom) are, but under their marriage Chupah they prayed for the 3 kidnapped boys, Eyal Yifrach, Naftali Fraenkel and Gilad Shaar, to be returned home safely, as well as for the soldiers looking for them.

It’s OK to cry while watching it.

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24 Responses to “Praying for the Kidnapped Boys Under the Chupah”

  1. Joshua Namm says:

    Wow. That is very powerful. Thank you for posting this.

  2. so amazing! They are supposed to have a special link to Hashem so may their prayers be answered!

  3. This beautiful gesture would only happen in Israel

  4. Joel Fisher says:

    This beautiful gesture would only happen in Israel

  5. Joshua Namm says:

    Talia Goren, you need to see this.

  6. Amazing you are a loving couple

  7. Hilda Tk says:

    Wow very nice

  8. BRING BACK OUR BOY.. GOD BLASS TO ALL BOYS.

  9. Much mazel for this new couple!

  10. Much mazel for this new couple!

  11. Alisa Rutgos says:

    Curious, what is the song that is sung at the end?

  12. Mazel Tov to this beautiful young couple. They took time out of their happiness and simcha to pray for the three missing boys. G-d bless you.

  13. All Am Israel has to pray for those innocent souls! Please G-d help him bring back!!!

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