Business leader. Philanthropist. Senator. Mentor. Leo Kolber didn’t just love his country, his community, and his city – he served them. He was, without a doubt, a great Montrealer and a great Canadian. Rest in peace, my friend. https://t.co/QXjRWeiTkm
The entire world knew him as Leonard Cohen but he was born and buried as Eliezer, the son of R' Nissan HaCohen. Here is an interview I recently recorded in Montreal, on the secret funeral and burial of Leonard Cohen and his deep ties to Judaism:
Artists installed seesaws at the border wall so that kids in the U.S. and Mexico could play together. It was designed by architect Ronald Rael.
Beautiful reminder that we are connected: what happens on one side impacts the other.
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Canada condemns the barrage of rocket attacks from #Gaza into #Israel by Hamas and other terrorist groups, which have killed and injured civilians. This indiscriminate targeting of civilians is not acceptable. We call for an immediate end to this violence.
We have got the moving and painful news that the body of First Sergeant Zacharia Baumel ז"ל has been brought home to #Israel. 37 unbearable years of painful waiting, questions and doubts are over, thanks to the determined, ceaseless work of the @IDF and our intelligence community https://t.co/5KBpcUyZLR
“Touching the Western Wall, walking through the streets of the Old City – you can see why Jerusalem has been so central to the religious, national, and cultural identity of the #Jewish people for thousands of years.” @JustinTrudeau, Prime Minister of Canada. @IsraelinCanada
Personne ne devrait se sentir menacé en priant. J’étais, ce matin, à Shaar Hashomayim pour rendre hommage aux victimes de l’attaque sur la synagogue de Pittsburgh, personnes assassinées parce qu’elles étaient juives. Le rabbin Adam Scheier a livré un hommage touchant d’espoir. https://t.co/qno0DT4V29