What’s the Jewish response to anti-semitism and hate? Jewish pride and love – it’s the secret to our resilience and endurance! In the wake of the horrendous anti-Semitic stabbing attack in Boston Shliach Rabbi Shlomo Noginsky, Shaloh House, the institution where Rabbi Noginsky carries out his shlichus, has embarked on a Charidy campaign with the goal of $500,000 • Full Story, Campaign
What’s the Jewish response to anti-semitism and hate? Jewish pride and love – it’s the secret to our resilience and endurance! That’s why the best revenge against the savage attack on Rabbi Shlomo Noginsky on July 1 outside Shaloh House Jewish Day School, is to do even more to build Jewish identity and Torah values. Rabbi Noginsky moved from Israel to Boston to teach Torah and build a community. When threatened with a gun, he instinctively and heroically drew him away from the school where a 100 children were enjoying summer day camp, running to a nearby park where he was stabbed 8 times. Now, let’s answer this antisemitic hate-crime with resounding love.
We are raising $500,000
Rabbi Noginsky’s dream is to open a Jewish Educational Center in Brighton to do rabbinical training, help local Russian speaking families through online, on-site and one on one learning. But he will need rehabilitation, therapy and possibly further surgery to recover from his painful injuries and regain the use of his right arm. Until then, he is unable to support his wife and 12 children. Let’s be his strength and his right arm. For every knife wound, let’s empower Rabbi Noginsky to take a young student through full rabbinical training so that 8 new rabbis will shine their light to conquer the darkness.
Turn trauma into triumph, turn darkness to light, turn anti-semitism into Jewish pride.
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