4,000 yeshiva students united in the powerful singing of “Ani Ma’amin” at the conclusion of the Yud Tes Kislev event at the Binyanei Haumah in Yerushalayim.
By Anash.org reporter
Photos: Chaim Tuito
4,000 yeshiva students united in the powerful singing of “Ani Ma’amin” at the conclusion of the Yud Tes Kislev event, at the Binyanei Haumah in Yerushalayim.
In total, over 15,000 people participated in the annual ‘Tzama’ events, including farbrengens, nigunim performances, and a huge Chassidus book sale.
The annual event called “Tzama” is organized by Maynotecha, under the directorship of Rabbi Moshe Shilat.
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