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Kaddish at Ground Zero

Remembering a Fallen Hero of 9-11

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Kaddish at Ground Zero: Remembering a Fallen Hero of 9-11

A family says kaddish at Ground Zero for their loved one who died trying to save a coworker during the attack. The story of 9-11 hero, Abraham Zelmanowitz.
Goldstein, Chaplain Jacob, Kaddish, September 11

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Chavie Zelmanowitz Brooklyn, NY September 12, 2011

Kaddish at Ground Zero A friend sent me an email about the Yarmulke in the Rubble. I recognized Rabbi Goldstein and was going to post a comment when I noticed, on the side, another video titled Kaddish at Ground Zero. Sure enough, it was the story of my brother-in-law, Avremel Zelmanowitz. How could we ever forget that night? We had been told that we would never be allowed to have more than 5 people at a time come down to Ground Zero and we would have to have security checks before being allowed to have a guided tour. Amazingly, we were told that an observant Jewish Army Chaplain would be able to escort us and my husband, Yankel, would be able to say kaddish there, together with the rest of our family. We are eternally grateful to Rabbi Goldstein for enabling us to accomplish this.
With much hakoras hatov, Reply

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