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Shula Swerdlov Torah Writing Commencement

(lubavitch.com) Family and friends of Rabbi Yossi and Hindel Swerdlov of Jerusalem, participated Tuesday, October 27th, in the launching of a new Torah scroll in honor of their daughter, Shula, who was killed October 19, when she was hit by a minivan.

The Torah’s completion is scheduled to coincide with Shulah’s first yartzeit. The Swerdlov family welcomes their extended family and friends to join them in the mitzvah of writing a Torah.

To participate and honor Shula’s memory, go to www.ShulasTorah.com

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