Its Never Too Late To Get Bar Mitzvah’d



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    Its Never Too Late To Get Bar Mitzvah’d

    When Rabbi Eliyahu Ezagui was standing outside the Chabad house in Moscow’s Bolshaya Bronya neighborhood on the first day of Chanukah he noticed a couple standing outside taking pictures. The man then approached Rabbi Ezagui and asked: “my wife’s not Jewish, but I am. Can I enter the building?” • Full Story, Photos, Video

    When Rabbi Eliyahu Ezagui was standing outside the Chabad house in Moscow’s Bolshaya Bronya neighborhood on the first day of Chanukah he noticed a couple standing outside taking pictures. The man then approached Rabbi Ezagui and asked: “my wife’s not Jewish, but I am. Can I enter the building?”

    Rabbi Ezagui immediately welcomed him inside, showed him around the building, and brought him to the office of Shliach Rabbi Yitzchok Kogan, and after a short conversation the man, a Georgian Jew, never wrapped Tefillin in his 63 years of life.

    Rabbi Ezagui and a few fellow bochurim used the opportunity to wrap Tefillin on the man, light menorah, and farbreng in honor of the momentous occasion.

    After making a loud Bracha together, the man explained how it was his first time ever eating kosher food.

    “You shouldn’t wait until a person tells you that he’s Jewish,” said Rabbi Ezagui, “but rather go out be proactive and ask. In my case I waited until the man approached me first, the best thing to do is start a small conversation and ask them if they are Jewish.”

    May we merit already the coming of Moshiach speedily in our days!













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