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Dina in the right place and at the right time

When Dina would see me she would always tell me how she complimented my mother on my beauty when I was born ..

In the first hours after we were informed that my brother Shmuel the soldier had been killed, Dina was among the first (maybe even before my mother) to come and sit by my bed, and hugged me ..

Remember her beautifully and nobly with soothing and pleasant speech.

I remember Rabbi Eli talking to my father every Shabbat after the Shabbat eve prayer, in the split between your street and ours. They were really happy there in their long conversations.

Tamar (Weiss) Ahituv


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