I.D.F. Soldiers Will Say Kaddish for Your Loved Ones

Netzach Yehuda Soldiers in prayer (Courtesy of Dovi Lichter)

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and the closing of Synagogues around the world, those who are in mourning have lost the venue to say Kaddish for their loved ones with a Minyan. In these challenging times the Rabbi’s of Amutat Netzah Yehuda, a Jerusalem based N.G.O. providing a broad range of religious and social services for Ultraorthodox soldiers serving in the I.D.F. have developed a solution to help those in need.

Because of their prolonged stay on their military base (already in some instances more than a month), the Ultraorthodox soldiers of the Netzach Yehuda Battalion are still allowed to pray in a minyan while strictly adhering to all of the pertinent Ministry of Health Guidelines.

The soldiers of the battalion have asked to spread the word that they would be honored to say the Kaddish prayer for those around the world who are not able to do so themselves.

To submit a name for the recital of Kaddish please:
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With best wishes for a healthy and happy Pesach,
Rabbi Joshua Gerstein
Rabbinic Staff Coordinator, Netzach Yehuda Battalion

About the Author
The Author is a Jerusalem based Rabbi and Jewish Educator. He is a Lieutenant in the IDF reserves where he serves as a battalion Rabbi, and is the author of the book "A People, A Country, A Heritage-Torah Inspiration from the Land of Israel."
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