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• Aug 03, 2016
This comong Monday evening (August 8), is the Yahrtzeit (memorial) of the holy Ari buried in Tzfat.
• Jun 26, 2016
AMUKA

Shabbat Kodesh 26, of the month of Sivan (July 2nd)
is the Yahrtzeit of the famous Talmudic sage
Rabbi Yonathan Ben Uziel z"l

This Shabbat Parshat Korach in Israel and Parashat Sh'lach in the diaspra, is the Yahrtzeit of Rebbe Yonatan Ben Uziel. Rebbe Yonatan Ben Uziel promised that those who will visit his grave especially on his Yahrtzeit will see their salvation and countless stories and experiences bear witness to this truth.

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• May 01, 2016
This year Lag B'Omer occurs on May 25th, Wednesday evening. Tzidkat Rashbi will B'Ezrat Hashem prepare and serve meals for the thousands of visitors who will come from around the world to spend Lag B'Omer in Miron.

On Thursday the day of Lag B'Omer, Tzidkat Rashbi will prepare and serve over 500,000 meals in our huge tent.

Please join us in a prayer on this holy day. Please pledge your traditional Chai Rotel now.
• Apr 14, 2015
This year Lag B'Omer occurs on May 6th, Wednesday evening. Tzidkat Rashbi will B'Ezrat Hashem prepare and serve meals for the thousands of visitors who will come from around the world to spend Lag B'Omer in Miron.

On Thursday the day of Lag B'Omer, Tzidkat Rashbi will prepare and serve over 500,000 meals in our huge tent.

Please join us in a prayer on this holy day. Please pledge your traditional Chai Rotel now.
• Mar 16, 2015
14 GIVE "FREEDOM" THIS PASSOVER TO NEEDY TZFAT FAMILIES! Passover Food Cards are being distributed to thousands of needy families in Meron and Tzfat. 5,000 children will benefit from your donation. Tzidkat Rashbi is again hosting a huge bazaar this Wednesday at Paltin Hall in Tzfat. Money vouchers have been dispersed to thousands of Tzfat families to purchase necessities at already subsidized prices.
  Mother Rachel's Yahrtzeit
Tzidkat Rashbi will have a special messenger reciting your prayers in Beth Lechem at the tomb of Rachel Imeinu on the day of her passing away, 11 Cheshvan.
If you can't be there, send a messenger.

All prayers we receive will be forwarded to Kever Rachel and to Meron.

Send a Prayer to Kever Rachel

One of the most important days in the month of Cheshvan is the 11th, which commemorates the day of passing of our matriarch Rachel. Rachel was Jacob's most beloved wife and was the principal of his household and thus the principal of the entire house of Israel.

From the first day of the year, the 1st day of Tishrei, the 11th day of Cheshvan is the 41st day. 41 is the numerical value of the Hebrew word "eim," which means "mother," thus the 11th of Cheshvan is truly the Jewish Mother's Day.Since the time of her burial- more than 3000 years ago, the Tomb of Rachel has always been a special place for prayer.

Rachel, the beloved wife of the Patriarch Jacob died in childbirth. Jacob chose to bury his wife in Bethlehem rather than at the Patriarchs Tomb in Hebron because he foresaw that his descendants would pass this site during their exile into Babylon and that Rachel would pray for their safety and ultimate return.

For millennia, Jews have made pilgrimages to Rachel's Tomb, considered the third holiest shrine in the Land of Israel. The site has absorbed countless tears of barren women beseeching G-d in the merit of Mother Rachel, who herself had been barren for many years. Jews have poured out their hearts there, praying for everything from world redemption to a suitable marriage-partner.

To this very day, men and women go to Rachel's Tomb to shed tears and beg "Mother Rachel" to intercede with G-d on their behalf -- for the health of a loved one or for Divine Intervention for those in need.

Rachel, the childless woman who ultimately became the mother of the Jewish People, has become a special symbol of hope for childless women, and all those in need of special blessing -- teaching them the power of prayer.

Hundreds of requests are sent every month to "Kever Rachel" from Jews worldwide, requesting prayers to be said on behalf of the ill, the childless and those in need of a special blessing.

For thousands of years, Jews have unburdened their hearts to Rachel Imeinu - and had their prayers answerd.

The Barren were blessed with children, The sick were cured. The single found shiduchim andthe broken-hearted found solace and peace.

"Thus says the Lord: Restrain your voice from weeping, your eyes from tears; your work shall have its reward, says the Lord; they shall return from the land of the enemy. There is hope for your future, says the Lord; the children shall return to their land." - Jeremiah, chapter 31."



 
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