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A beautiful song by Chassidic singer, Yaakov Young, in loving memory of his relatives Rabbi Gavriel and Rivkah Holtzberg. The words in this song beseech G-d to console those who mourn the destruction of Jerusalem.

Nacheim: A Song of Consolation

Nacheim: A Song of Consolation

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Anonymous Texas May 14, 2013

Beautiful Song so I Shared It With the World via Twitter I tweeted this song and dedicated it to victims of terrorists everywhere.
A Song of Consolation and my tears flowed like the raindrops that come eventually at the scene of every shoah and tragedy.

I have lost people I loved as well and they are never,ever forgotten. Remembered at their Jahzeiten and as long as I live.

Your loss is a loss to all Jews. Reply

Barb Plymale Glen )aks, NY June 29, 2009

My Sympathies My heart goes out to all the families that lost a loved one.
Most of all to the son and family of Rabbi Holtzberg and his wife.
I'm so sorry for your loss. May G-d be there for you and yours.

Proud To Be A JEW Reply

Anonymous December 19, 2008

Sympathies המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ירושלים וציון. Reply

dnver manila, philippines December 12, 2008

..to all chadissm .. in behalf of my family..we offer sympathy to those who lost their lives..

We re sorry for the lost Rabbi Gavriel and Rivkah Holtzberg...

My god confort you all and your family Reply

patty December 10, 2008

My Deepest sympathies Yaakov: I want to expend my deepest sympathies to you, your family, and all those who knew Rabbi Holtzberg and his wife.

I am so sorry for your lost. My G-d comfort you and you family. Reply

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