Tammuz-17 and Covid-19

Please join me tonight @ 7pm EDT for a discussion of the Fast of the 17th of Tammuz in historical perspective, focusing on the disastrous 1st century and its implications for Jewish life in the Coronavirus era.

Introduction and concluding remarks by Rabbi Chaim Poupko, Congregation Ahavath Torah (Englewood, NJ). I am grateful to Rabbi Daniel Goldberg for graciously making the arrangements. Webinar is free and open to the community.

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  1. I just watched your show about Sephardic jews. I am a Sephardic Jew and when I found out about this, I converted to Judaism because of my love for Jews and my heritage. About a year later I developed a kidney stone and when the Dr. removed it I crashed and went into septic shock, while they were reviving me I saw a white light and a white hand forcing me to take a piece of bread, I refused, but then accepted it.
    Two years later I went into septic shock again which resulted in an amputation of my right lower leg and left toes. I feel like a devil is following me. I can’t believe what I heard about the church on your lecture!!
    Rita Salemme

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