BZK Memorial Event Tomorrow - Erev Heh Tevet/4th January



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Memorial for Rabbi Binyamin and Talyia Kahane


This Wednseday, Jan. 4, at 6PM we will be holding the fifth Yahrzeit for
Rav Binyamin and Talyia Kahane

Speakers will include Rav Yitzhak Ginzberg and Rav Yisrael Ariel.

Rav Binyamin Zev Kahane continued the work of his father for ten years,
until he himself was murdered. He dedicated his life and his tremendous
talents to disseminating the Jewish Idea. Side by side with him stood his
wife who served as the cook of the yeshiva and a full-time secretary. Their
home was their office, which was a train station of activity. Their home
number was listed on the numerous publications they circulated. People
calling thought they were speaking to an office secretary, but they were
actually speaking to Talyia who literally put in a 24-hour day, in addition
to being a mother of six.

For more info please contact info@hameir.org

(or log onto the revava.org forum)

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Taliya Kahane, h"yd Honored

Last night was a special evening in Kfar Tapuach, as close to 200 women packed into the Jewish Heroes Museum to pay tribute to Taliya Kahane, h"yd. After a lecture by Rav Michael Ben Ari, friends and relatives of Taliya shared stories about her chesed and valor. Tzipi Kaplan (sister of Binyamin Kahane) described the chesed Talyia did in the one year she lived in Jerusalem, which included taking care of a blind neighbor, numberous visits to Rabbi Meir Kahane' s mother Sonya - and all this without affecting her role as a full-time secretary and aid to her husband Rav. Binyamin

Tomorrow, Jan 4, 5th Yahrzeit in Kfar Tapuach

Rav Yitzchak Ginsberg and Rabbi Yisrael Ariel will be speaking in Kfar Tapuach to honor the memories of Rav Binyamin and Taliya Kahane, h"yd. Ariel Zilber will provide musical accompanyment. Refreshments will be served.

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