Chabad photographer Meir Alfasi, famous for his photos of exotic places around the world traveled recently to the Nation of Mauritania, where he documented curious tribesmen, and printed a Tanya.
Photos: Meir Alfasi
Chabad photographer Meir Alfasi, famous for his photos of exotic places around the world traveled recently visited the African Nation of Mauritania, his 100th country.
Alfasi traveled twenty hours on the longest train in the world, crossed the driest desert in the world, met dangerous scorpions and enslaved people (yes, it still exists, unfortunately).
He used the unique opportunity to print a Tanya in the Muslim nation in memory of his close friends Rabbi Motti Anati and Dekel Levi and Motti Cohen, who passed away recently.