The Rabbinical 'We Are the World'

Watch: Rabbis worldwide sing together praying for health and well-being as coronavirus pandemic continues

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Singing (stock)
Singing (stock)
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Thirty-one rabbis from around the world joined together for a special online musical performance carrying a message of unity in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Organized by Rabbi David Fine, head of the Barkai Rabbincal Center, the joint musical performance included 31 rabbis from Israel and the Diaspora singing the song ‘Umi Kamcha Yisrael’ by Lenny Solomon, the lead vocalist of the band Shlock Rock.

The participants included the following rabbis:

Introduction: Jacob J. Schacter
Shlomo Sobol – Modiin
Ira Ebbin – Merrick, NY
Zsolt Balla – Leipzig, Germany
Shaanan Gelman, Skoie, Il
Michael Davies, Charleston, SC
Yoni Lavi – Petach Tikva
Jonathan Altman, Johannesburg, SA
Daniel Korobkin , Toronto, Canada
Shmuel Slotki , Jerusalem (Ramot)
Moshe Grussgott, Overland Park, KS
Ben Tzion Goldfischer, Modiin
Chaim Kanterovitz, Efrat
Amichai Eliyahu, Rimonim
Yossi Goldin, Shalvim
Chaim Strauchler, Toronto, Canada
Avi Berman, Givat Zeev
Reuven Tradburks, Jerusalem (Katamonim)
Avrohom Leventhal, Ramat Beit Shemesh
Yechezkel Freundlich, Montreal, Canada
Doron Perez, Yad Binyamin
David Fine, Modiin
Paul Lewin, Sydney, Australia,
Dovid Cohen, North Woodmere, NY
Ari Cutler, Even Shmuel
Jonathan Glass, Lod,
Tuvia Brander, West Hartford, Ct
Zev Goldberg, Fort Lee, NJ
Michael Laitner, London, Great Britain
Yehuda Yesharim, Lapid
Yosef Ote, Jerusalem (Talbieh)



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