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Nechama Dina Hendel

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Nechama Dina Hendel is co-director of Chabad of Baka and the Friendship Circle of South Jerusalem. She is passionate about her family and the outreach work she feels blessed to be a part of. She is in her element teaching Torah at Mayanot and in her community.
In Tribute to Nechama Miller, z”l, Nechama Yocheved bat Avraham Aba HaKohen
The world has lost a rare gem, and we miss her terribly. However, we know that her soul lives on, and the greatest tribute we can give to Nechama is to emulate her kindness, gratitude, faith in each child, and her positivity and trust in G‑d.
When I first moved to Israel with my husband and three children, I was apprehensive at the thought of giving birth in a new country. Thankfully, I was in for a pleasant surprise.
Especially during wars or trying times, people question, “Isn’t it scary to raise a family there?”
Reflecting on the unique wedding of Chedva and Shmuel, I am comforted.
These moments captured the essence of our people--the faith, the hope and the unity.
My husband and I, together with our children, made aliyah almost eight years ago and live in the East Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem. We are blessed to be shluchim who direct Chabad of Baka, a warm community comprised of new olim from around the world....
I couldn’t help wondering: what if the siren goes off while we’re on the way to the hospital, or during the birth?
A Pillar of Strength and Faith After the Holocaust
Her voice choked with emotion, Rachel often repeated when we spoke, "G‑d is so good to me." Rachel was a Holocaust survivor who lived a life of tragedies and great challenges. Yet she always clung to her faith and was grateful for the blessings she had...
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