Cheder Marching Band Honors Fallen WWII Soldiers

At a memorial ceremony for European Liberation Day in Aubervilliers, France, Rabbi Shmuel Tevel spoke about Sheva Mitzvos Bnei Noach and the Cheder marching band honored the soldiers.

In France, on May 8th, government and military officials gathered in Aubervilliers to commemorate European Liberation Day from the Holocaust and World War II.

An official memorial ceremony was held to honor those who fell in the fight against the Nazis and the partisans who struggled for a long time. A marching band of boys from the local cheder honored the event and made a tremendous kiddush Hashem.

The remembrance was led by shliach Rabbi Shmuel Tevel, who spoke about the importance of keeping the Sheva Mitzvos Bnei Noach, which bring light and goodness to the world, leading to true peace and redemption through the coming of Moshiach.

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