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Chabad in Israel To Welcome Unaffiliated To Special Yom Kippur Services


Chabad Houses all over Israel are working overtime to welcome unaffiliated Jews this Yom Kippur.

With most synagogues filled to capacity, many people are discouraged from attending services if they are not regular members.

Chabad Houses are meeting this need by establishing special services in addition to the ones offered in their synagogues.

These‘Open Synogogues’ as they are called, will not only accommodate the overflow crowd, but they will also provide guidance and instructions during prayers.




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