‘Rabbi Moshe and his family did not come here for comfortable conditions, they dedicated their lives to the community,’ local rabbi mourns.

Hezki Baruch 23.03.22 20:56

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Rabbi Moshe Kravitzky
Rabbi Moshe Kravitzky HY”D Courtesy of the photographer

Rabbi Moshe Kravitzky, 50, was laid to rest Wednesday evening in the Be’er Sheva cemetery.

Rabbi Kravitzky, a father of four, was murdered Tuesday when a terrorist rammed into him in Be’er Sheva.

The community rabbi mourned Rabbi Kravitzky’s murder, saying, “Rabbi Moshe and his family did not come here for good and comfortable conditions. They dedicated their lives to the community.”Related articles:

Rabbi Zalman Garelik, head Chabad-Lubavitch emissary to Be’er Sheva and a friend and colleague of Rabbi Kravitzky, told Reshet Bet, “He came to the city around fifteen years ago. We needed an energetic Chabad emissary who spoke Russian.”

“He managed the soup kitchen. He took care of the elderly. He had a special approach, a connection with people.”

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