A7 Radio's "The Derech Eretz Show" with Rabbi Elan Adler
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During this challenging time in Israel, there are many who have taken it upon themselves to go beyond prayer and faith, and have taken action to support our troops waiting to be called into Gaza. You'll meet attorney Yehuda Tatelbaum who organized a group to take all kinds of items to waiting forces. Listen to my dear wife Rivkah who organized a cookie baking resulting in 400 cookies brought to the front line. Be amazed by Batsheva and Yaakov Goldman, whose website shmiraproject.com
enables anyone to get names of soldiers to pray for. You'll enjoy Marc Rosenbluth whose pizza shop has sent 200 pizzas to the front lines with 200 more to go this week (facebook.com/marcspizza
). Get to know Brian Hoffman, radio personality in Baltimore, who couldn't stay away from Israel and came during a war against the advice of friends. And appreciate Rabbi Elchonon Oberstein, whose son Yoni has been called as a reservist, and hear his take on what it's like to be a parent of a soldier, and what he would say to the entire IDF if he could address them. And thanks to Jack from New Jersey for his call to remind us exactly who we are dealing with, and why this is a biblical battle.
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and keep that derech eretz thing going, my friends. Have a great week, and may God protect all innocent victims of hatred, especially our people and our soldiers. Shalom!
Rabbi Elan Adler served as a pulpit Rabbi for 25 years in Stamford, Ct and Baltimore, Md prior to making aliyah in 2010. Rabbi Adler received his Smicha from Yeshiva University, had the privilege of being an aide to Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik for two years, was an activist Rabbi in support of Israel and aliyah, and served as the President of the Baltimore Board of Rabbis. During his tenure as a Rabbi, he was known for being an engaging speaker and teacher, never failing to make easy connections with Jewish people as well as the non-Jewish and African American community. While serving congregations, he was appreciated for being welcoming, embracing of all people, and bringing congregants closer to their Jewish heritage. For more information on Rabbi Adler visit http://elanadler.com/