Pesach starts long before the long Seder tables are set with wine and Matza, and are surrounded by soldiers. This year Chabad of Hebron was able to provide thirty families with holiday supplies for Pesach… largely due to the tireless dedication of Nosson ben Leah in Crown Heights. All recipients were relieved to receive our help and grateful to our supporters.

It has now become routine – as it should be – for Danny to be called up to make army kitchens Kosher for Pesach. He becomes ‘one of the boys’ as he puts on his uniform and cleans and kashers. This year three army bases came together in the Beit Romano dining room/basketball court for the Seder. More than two hundred soldiers were in attendance. The Seder was conducted in true Chabad of Hebron style and spirit.

 

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