Why I am Gladly Attending the Moskowitz Prize Ceremony

Yonaton Behar,

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Yonaton Behar
Yonaton is happily married with 6 children, and 9 grandchildren, and lives in the most amazing Torah community in the world - Har Bracha.

I am attending the Moskowitz Prize ceremony tomorrow in Binyinei Ha'Uma at 19:00. I have been privileged to attend every single one of the ceremonies from its inception. The reason I go is two-fold: first, to honor the Moskowitz family, who have done more for the communities in Judea and Samaria than any other family in the entire United States, and perhaps, even the entire world! The second reason is that I truly LOVE and ENJOY being in the company of some of the greatest, most dedicated and inspirational people, who love the Land of Israel and the People of Israel with all their hearts, souls, and bodies! People from all over the country who have sacrificed their individual and family lives for the sake of Eretz Yisrael and its' development and growth. Living GIANTS! And perhaps I attend the ceremony for one additional reason as well: the event itself is a FABULOUS night out, and Ruth Jaffe Lieberman puts on quite a show! So my advice is this: anyone who loves Eretz Yisrael and wants to spend a great night together with great people, make sure you reserve your tickets and get on over to the Moskowitz Prize ceremony as quickly as possible! You'll be happy you did!