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Rabbi Berry Farkash, Chabad’s emissary to Issaquah, WA, recited a prayer Tuesday morning as he inaugurated El Al’s first Dreamliner 787 on its way to Tel Aviv from Washington State’s Boeing Field.

“Great evening celebrating with El Al the delivery of the first of sixteen 787 Dreamliners that will be delivered this Tuesday. We with a group of lay leaders of Chabad of the Central Cascades represented the Jewish-Israeli community,” the Rabbi captioned a series of Facebook photos that he posted prior to the plane’s inaugural prayer.

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