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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old November 28th, 2008, 18:39 Thread Starter
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Tragedy in Mumbai

I know most of us have been to chabad houses before, so this attack for me really struck home, Let us pray for the Chabad Rabbi and his wife as well as all the other victims of the terrible attacks there. May they rest in peace.
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I know most of us have been to chabad houses before, so this attack for me really struck home, Let us pray for the Chabad Rabbi and his wife as well as all the other victims of the terrible attacks there. May they rest in peace.
Yeah, it was a really tragic event indeed and very sad

Like you i have been to chabad and normally i pray in their synagogues when i attend the prayers.

If any of you are going to the synagogue these days especially today that is shabat, ask for refua shlema for these names: Gabriel Noach ben Freida Bluma and Rivka bat Yehudit.
The respective names of the Rabii and his wife.

And of course let's hope the 10 Israelis who are held as hostages in the synagogue also do not get hurt.

May G-d be with them.

Also our best votes for hindu victims.
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I only caught up with the newspapers from this week today so I was a bit late to get the background details on what happened.

This is horrifying. How many more racial attacks do we have to bear before mankind is going to finally unite and learn to respect other points of view? Nearly 100 deaths, many more fighting for their lives in hospitals, government reacting slowly as if it was just a random riot ... This is horrifying. My condolences to all those who lost a loved one, and hopefully those in the hospital will survive so that the death toll does not further rise.

What a sick world we live in. And this news came 1 day after the news of a Brit having locked up his daughter for over 20 years with weekly rape... There seems to be some horror story daily in the news. This world is sick.
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I only caught up with the newspapers from this week today so I was a bit late to get the background details on what happened.

This is horrifying. How many more racial attacks do we have to bear before mankind is going to finally unite and learn to respect other points of view? Nearly 100 deaths, many more fighting for their lives in hospitals, government reacting slowly as if it was just a random riot ... This is horrifying. My condolences to all those who lost a loved one, and hopefully those in the hospital will survive so that the death toll does not further rise.

What a sick world we live in. And this news came 1 day after the news of a Brit having locked up his daughter for over 20 years with weekly rape... There seems to be some horror story daily in the news. This world is sick.
Yeah sometimes it is just better not to listen to the news or else we get depressed:frownani:
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Yea it is sad...

I like the others pray in Chabad....and i consider myself a chabad follower..even though im not religous..but i like too keep some aspects of my faith

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Yea it is sad...

I like the others pray in Chabad....and i consider myself a chabad follower..even though im not religous..but i like too keep some aspects of my faith
The same with me kappa
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