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Kotel Connection Newsletter

Issue #7

Benjamin, who is from Pennsylvania, was approached at the Western Wall by KC connecter Rabbi Abramov. Rabbi Uriel brought him to Aish, where they studied Torah for about an hour.

Later, having decided he wanted to pursue more, Benjamin went to his hostel in Tel Aviv to pack his bags and return to Jerusalem. He attended an interview at the Diaspora Yeshiva, accompanied by his friend Calvin from Florida, who also expressed interest in studying at the Yeshiva. They both took interviews, were accepted, and will be attending the Diaspora Yeshiva.

Volunteer Initiative 


Leveraging Klal Yisroel's ahavas yisroel and desire to do more for their fellow Jews, this month KC launched a new worldwide program from its Yerushalayim headquarters.

We have begun enlisting and training volunteers in Israel to spend an hour or more engaging with unaffiliated Diaspora Jews, who visit the Kotel, Rovah and almost anywhere.

Building on the successful 20 months since we began, the technologically advanced followup system that we created to connect any Jew to a personal mentor in their hometown, allows us now to expand the number of people "in the field" that will seek out and facilitate these connections. We plan to maximize our impact with volunteers from within EY as well as from the thousands of Bnei / Bnos Torah who visit E.Y. each year.

We are starting a GLOBAL MOVEMENT of Yidden, to show HKB"H that we will not let our fellow Jews assimilate spiritually!

We recently had a well-received launch event with an inspiring presentation by Rabbi Ben Tzion Klatzko to a group of women in Ramat Eshkol. See the video and pictures on this page.

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Story Of The Week 

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Watch Rabbi Klatzko's call to action 

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