This is how we bring in the Shabbat — Ariel Eliyahu, z”l

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6 responses

  1. moshe dann says:

    Thank you for a beautiful eulogy. May Ariel’s memory be a blessing. .

  2. Marlene Ben Dayan says:

    What a beautiful boy, with a beautiful life and he blessed with a beautiful family that gave him so much love, emunah and meaning-so that their lives are blessed by the beautiful son they raised.
    There is so much to grieve for at the tremendous and profound loss, yet, so much gratitude from the joy at having such a son and on his side for being born to such parents who opened his eyes to true truth, true beauty with and to true everlasting love- penetrating through this world of truth and the world of truth.

  3. shoshana siegelman says:

    BDE You have made him real for us, and now we love and miss him too. And to think each one of the fallen is just as precious. Ad matai, HaShem. Have mercy on us and sweeten any harsh judgements for us, let no more precious souls be lost.

  4. Ben Savery says:

    I am in tears at the story of this incredible young man, Ariel Eliyahu, may G-d avenge his blood. I know Ariel’s father and therefore I know what a wonderful young man he must have been. May his memory be for a blessing.

  5. Lise Rosenthal says:

    My heart breaks. I have no words.

  6. Marc says:

    Ariel was so special. May his memory be a blessing.

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