We’re on a roll. Here’s a wonderful item about a Torah, handwrittten according to halacha, Jewish law, and dedicated to our troops, past and present.
Gee willikers, if this keeps up, I might actually turn on the TV, look at Hillary and not scream: “Bolshevik She-Devil.”
That’s how good I’m feeling.
A Jewish scribe, using a feather quill, wrote the final words in a torah Sunday, fulfilling a mother’s dream.
The Liberty Torah, handwritten in tiny letters on a scroll, honors members of the U.S. military, present and past.
About 200 people, including veterans and Holocaust survivors, attended the ceremony where the torah was dedicated at Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard.
“This is the least that we feel we could do in the beautiful tradition that we’re in the current of,” said Rabbi Dov Muchnik, director of the Chabad of Oxnard, who led the ceremony. “This is a moment of togetherness we hope we have embodied here.”
The Torah was inspired by Edi Boxstein, whose son, Cpl. Jonathan Boxstein, served in Iraq and is scheduled to return in about two months.
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