Equal and Fair Justice for Sholom Rubashkin

Monday, December 19, 2011

Melava Malka

Yud Tes Kislev
The Day of Liberation of the Alter Rebbe, the First Rebbe of Chabad
To All Anash, Sheyichu:
I am writing this letter with a Hatzo’o -- a suggestion in connection with the Yom HaBohir
Hey Teves, the day of Didon Notzach, which this year falls on Shabbos Kodesh Vayigash.
My proposition and suggestion is that we dedicate the Motzoi Shabbos of Shabbos Vayigash to make as many Melaveh Malkahs as possible everywhere in the world in the Zechus of our dear friend and colleague, Sholom Mordechai ben Rivkah, HaLevi, that he should have his own day of liberation, a Geulah Shelaymah, with a complete Didon Notzach. 
I do not have to tell you that Melaveh Malkah, the Seudah of Dovid Malkoh Meshicho, is a very auspicious time to be Me’Orer Rachamim Rabim.  I am sure you aware that Reb Sholom Mordechai always took great pains to make a beautiful Melaveh Malkah and invite many people. This is one of his special Mitzvos which will certainly stand him in good stead. 
I am suggesting that we make Melaveh Malkahs in our shuls, in our Botei Chabad, and in our homes.   I am asking everybody to please accept the idea and to let as many people as possible know about the idea.  May HaKodesh Baruch Hu hear our prayers and, “Terem Nikro v’Ani E’eneh” – He should answer us even before we call out to Him with a true and complete Didon Notzach – with Moshiach Tzidkeinu, now, MAMOSH.
I am asking everyone to please forward the information in this letter to as many people as possible.  Don’t worry if somebody will get many emails.  Vechol HaMarbe Harei Zeh Meshuboch.  Please let me know what you are doing.  My email address is
Rabbi Asher Zeilingold

Wednesday, October 26, 2011



Today is Sholom Rubashkin's Birthday -- 28 Tishrei -- let's send him a present.

As you surely know, more than 50,000 people have signed the Petition to President Obama asking for an investigation into prosecutorial misconduct. While we wait for the President's response, we now need to prepare for the next stages in his legal battle: either an en banc review at the 8th Circuit or, if necessary, appealing to the Supreme Court.
Sholom needs your help to fund the next stage of his battle for justice and freedom.

Please consider giving a contribution of $100, $75, $50, $36 or even $18 or $10 for Sholom so we can tell him that we came up with the funds to be able to pay lawyers to prepare his case. (Of course, if you can give more, please do!) This would be a tremendous chizuk for him and his suffering family especially on such a special day -- his birthday. It just so happens that today is also his wedding anniversary. Sadly, he has to celebrate these two special occasions in prison, all alone, when most are able to celebrate with their spouses and family. (It's not even a visiting day.)
Please visit to make a contribution and fulfill this great mitzvah of Pidyon Shvuyim! Let us bring a smile to his face!
You can also send a check to:
Pidyon Shvuyim Fund
53 Olympia Lane
Monsey, NY 10952
Importantly, please take on a resolution in his merit and continue davening for Sholom Mordechai halevi ben Rivka. His new kapitul is nun gimmel (53). Also, if you wish to send Sholom a bracha please email

With your help, we will indeed be able to celebrate with Sholom at home -- where he belongs!

PS. Please spread the word!!

Sholom Rubashkin Turns 52

Monday, October 17, 2011


As you know, we are trying to get as many signatures as possible on the We the Peoplepetition website. We only have two days left! We need help with the following:
1) VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: To the assist the community in entering their information and signing the petition. If you can volunteer Monday (Oct 17) between 2pm -11:30pm and/or Tuesday (Oct 18) between 10am - 8pm please let us know which hours work for you.
2) LAPTOPS / WIRELESS CARDS NEEDED: To enter information and sign the petition. Please let us know if you have any of the above available.
We need this right away. Please reply as soon as possible to: and specify your location in the Subject line so you can be directed to right place.
Thank you and may we see justice with your help!

PS. Please forward this to all your contacts! It would be a huge help and a great z'chus!

PPS. If you haven't seen it yet, click here to read a great article about the petition.

Thousands Sign Rubashkin Petition

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

VIDEO: Lipa & The Rubashkin Petition

Lipa and the Rubashkin petition

Letter from Sholom Mordechai

Sholom Mordechai now has an email address:
Regular mail: 
Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin 10755-029
FCI Otisville
Otisville, NY 10963

To contribute to his legal fund,  please send your tax deductible check to:
Klal Israel Fund
53 Olympia Lane
Monsey, NY 10952
Teire Kinderlach Sheyichyu,
Yesterday was a fast day and it took a little to get my thoughts together, to be able to share with you about how was Roish Hashana here in captivity?.
Every day here has its extreme difficulties to live thru. all of this gets magnified to much bigger when it comes to shabbos and Yoim Toiv. we take for granted the ability to go to shul, to daven and Learn and then have time with the Family by the table and with the Chaveirim by the Kiddush that brings out the life and the spirit of the Yoim Toiv. it is the same for the the  Seriousness of Roish Hashana or for the simcha of Sukkois and Simchas Toirah. there is the warmth and life that is felt and the Lichtikeit of Kedusha that you could feel in the air.
it is very different here, with the lifeless frigid Cold and ugly darkness that surrounds all that is here.
Prison is a place that man makes that destroys the very makeup of the human mind, the heart and his soul. the time that people are here, causes changes that are real bad and with total irreversable damage done to them. 
it was the last day of the last Year and Erev Roish Hashana of the next year. i fervently davened to HASHEM to make it the day that i would be freed. i got up very early for Selichois that was said early in the morning alone, and without a Minyan and without another Yid to share the excitement of the Great and Holy day that was coming. then Shacharis, and some learning untill it was about after lunch and suddenly there was a loud anouncement that there was a Lock in and everybody needed to go into their cell.

it was only a few hours before Roisha Hashano, i made up to call mommy about then and and this was a surprise that i never thought of. also, we were in the dark about how  long this lock in would take, and there was no knowing of how long we would be locked into our cells. there is never any information given of why we were being locked in, and for how long we will locked in. i remebered the time the Bris of Shimon Eliyahu Sheyichye and were in our cells from friday till monday, but it would also be Possible that it could last a few hours or a few days or more. i Put my Bitachoin in HASHEM and started to say Tehilim, asking  HASHEM  to open the doors quickly so that we will have a Yoim Toiv. Baruch Hashem, a few hours later, and about 1 hour before Yoim Toiv strated the doors opened to the common area only. there would be the Minyan in the Chapel and i still need the Permission to get to the chapel. i explained that its already about 6 oclock, the time the Jewish New Year Services were scheduled to start, but the orders were that "they" would call me" and i needed to wait untill they will call me to go.
i really wanted very much to light the Yoim Toiv Licht before Shkia, and  also i needed to say the HATORAS NEDORIM, with the Vollunteers that came for Yoim Toiv.  every minute of waiting felt like it was really draging and finally about 6.30 i was able to go to chapel. it was already after Licht Tzinden time and ten minutes to Shkia, which gave just enough Time to say HATORAS NEDORIM, which i really needed to say and BARCUH HASHEM that was done.
We had the great ZECHUS and Aleph arranged that the Prison allow vollunteers that came to make Yoim Toiv for us and we were able to have a Minyan for EVERY TEFILLA starting Maariv on Roish Hashono till Maariv Motzay Shabbos and this was like oxygen and life to Neshomois that were Starved for so long without the KEDUSHA that permiated the place for the Three days.
i learned for many years and many times the inyan that says in the Gemara, that on Roish Hashana HASHEM says "IMRY LEFONAI MALCHIYOIS" so that we are Mamlich HASHEM as King, and that is done thru the Shoifar, which Renews anew the TAANUG and the ROTZOIN of HASHEM LEMLUCHO. this is the inner Penimius Life of all Creation which gives existance the energy to be.

On Roish Hashana the Life that was given last year leaves and goes back into its source, which leaves the world in a state of like a fainted person with only the external existance being maintained. much like when person does work when he is tired and has no desire to do it, without the Inner life that gives the work its life.
when we make HASHEM out king the world is given a new life that has the TAANUG and ROTZOIN HASHEM in his creation.
where before the Shoifar, all of the Life on all levels of  MAASEH DIBUR AND MACHSHOVO MIDDOIS AND SECHEL left and returned to its source, thru the Shoifar we bring down a fresh new Life to give us a Good and Healthy Year in all things that we need.
this year in captivity i found another moshol that really can be felt and seen, if at least by me, and let me share it with you.
the whole captive experiance, wether by design, or just the nature of it, is very similar to the Siluk and the leaving of the persons life in all levels. his MACHSHOVO DIBBUR AND MAASEH, is sapped of their TAANUG and ROTZOIN and become "Fartumelt". HIS SECHEL AND MIDDOIS are changed daily by the constant attack on all that has learnt to know and feel and their life also returns to the essence of the soul to hide. the outer shell of the sechel and Middois, are there if only in a Mechanical way, without the Penimius and inner feeling of life. the confining of a person and seperating him from his family and freinds and community, causes that his Penimius Hachayus is Nistalek and goes back into his Etzem Haneshama.

when a child is born, his Neshama enters his body and he has all the Koichois in a Potential state. he has his Mind with his sechel. he has his heart with his Middois or feelings, and he has the ability to "THINK TALK AND ACT" in a capacity of the  Sechel and Middois that HASHEM has given him.  there is a great effort expended from the Parents and from the community to develop and BRING OUT his Neshama  and Reveal the Qualities that he is endowed with. then after many Years,  when he reaches manhood he will have Matured at least to be able to deal with his life and fullfill his Avoidah in this world. this is a long and hardearned education of Character building that has beed built for the person.
Yet This very life Building that was so labourasley built, is systematically taken apart and dismanteled when the person is in captivity. all the TAANUG AND ROTZOIN for real life that he has been able to bring out from his Neshama,  is attacked and his ability to THINK TALK DO FEEL UNDERSTAND are extinguished with the water of  time confinement and seperation.
there is no shouting of pain as the fire of life goes out Drop by drop. over the years in captivity all the Penimius of the persons life that has been revealed from his youth, leaves and returnes back into his soul. the person is changed forever.  this could be compared to the extinuishing of life in a Physical way or a delibating desease that attacks the body and eats away at slowly with the end result of lifeless.
this is what i felt like on the night of Roish HASHANA, the life that has left us and our feeling faint with the Loss of life. then as we gathered as Minyan, complete Koshois of Ten Yudden, with their freindly and warm smile and words, we felt how the life was coming back into our Neshanmois. it was just we learnt, of How HASHEM renews his desire to give his Life to the world that he created on Roish Hashana.  the Neshamois of the Yidden that are in captiivty all felt, the Life that HASHEM was imjecting back into our Sechel and Middois and Machshovo Dibbur and Maaseh with the Vollunteers who were Moiser Nefesh  to be with us and allow us to daven like yidden. During the Blowing of the Shoifar when we said YIVCHAR LONU we felt refreshed with the new life that HASHEM is choosing us to be his Avodim and allow us to crown HASHEM as Our King.
then there was a time when they needed to count everybody that was in the chapel. the inmates were told to all line up and say to the officer their number and their as he checked off his. yes he was counting each one as they passed him by, but he had no concern for them as people just as a number.
as i was davening Mussof and said Unesane Toikef the words of VESIFTACH ES SEFER HAZICHROINOIS that the book is opened for all to see and read. How diffrent is it to be standing in front of Real Tedek Umishapat of HAKODOSIH BARUCH HU in contrast to all that closed book stuff where no one know and no one can see what the is happening even when its during a court case and so many more diffrance. its as far as east is from west and even farther.
We Baruch Hashem were able to make Kiddush Tohether and wish each other a Leshono Toivo
and with the firm Bitachois that we are Zoiche Bedin in the Keseeva and with the GMAR CHASEEMA TOIVO That we will all receive for a GOOD YEAR IN FREEDOM AND TOGETHER AND WE WILL BE ZOICHE TO THE GEULAH WITH MOSHIACH TZIDKAYNU BIMHAYRO BEYOMAYNU
sholom mordechai halevi ben Rivka sheyichye

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

This is amazing!

Dear Friend,

As you know from our email last week Thursday, the White House launched a new feature on their website called "We The People" where every person 13 years and older in the U.S. can now petition the White House on important matters.

Well, it has been 5 days (only 4 days for us as we had Shabbos Kodesh) and we are #3 in the entire USA with nearly 20,000 votes! And we are not far away from the the #2 petition (only about 2500 more votes needed).

See the petition here: 

But this is not nearly enough -- we must get additional tens of thousand of signatures in order for it to have a proper impact.


Rosh Hashana is tomorrow night and this may likely push us down further. We need to do a major campaign to garner enough votes before Rosh Hashana so we can at least stay at the same place till after Rosh Hashana. We will need help after Rosh Hashana as well publicizing this.

And so here is how you can help:

1) Please take this on as your mini-project and email/twitter/facebook all your contacts urging them to sign the petition.

2) Call and email family and friends and remind them personally about the importance of this petition.

3) Get this posted on websites, newsites etc.

4) If you know anyone in the community who has a big email list or big twitter following, please make them aware of the situation with R' Sholom Mordechai and ask them to please join this noble cause.

5) If you are able to organize a place for people who don't have a access to the Internet so they can also take part in this big mitzva that would be a major help and a big z'chus.

Remember every person 13 years and older with a valid email address can vote. Here are the instructions:

1) Visit
2) Click "Create An Account" and fill out form
3) Check your email and click link
4) Click "Sign This Petition"

In the z'chus of this may we be merit a happy, healthy and sweet year, a year of redemption for us all!

NY Times Ignores Rubashkin

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Almost there!

The Rubashkin Petition is number 3 on the White House website B"H! We are striving to reach the 5,000 signature mark...Please go now and sign the petition and forward to all your friends:

This could do it!

Please take a minute now and sign the petition. No one thinks that Obama is the judge, but we have to do our hishtadlus, so that the Real Judge comes through and does what needs to be done.

If you tried before and it didn't work, it was because many people were trying to sign on simultaneously (and the US gov is obviously not that efficient), so wait a few min. and try again, but don't stop trying until you've signed.  We have to get this over with once and for all.

Please go to the link below, and follow the simple directions, and sign on to the petition NOW!

And please forward the link to all of your friends, relatives, acquaintances and contacts.

May we all merit VISIBLY GOOD JUDGMENT in all areas, and a KVT betov hanireh vehanigleh! 

Help your brother in his hour of need!

This is really important for the next step in Sholom Rubashkins road to freedom!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Achdus Call - August 1st!

Achdus Call Teleconference

Monday, July 25, 2011

Teleconference with Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson

Call Chazak Hotline: 718-258-2008 (click 9 and option 9) tonight at 9:30pm for the Achdus Teleconference with Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson giving the shiur.

Sunday, June 26, 2011


Achdus Call Teleconference


June 26, 2011
Thousands to study Jewish unity from world-renowned speakers in Rubashkin's merit
Tomorrow, Monday June 27 at 930pm, will be the first of a 5-week Global Achdus Teleconference Call in the merit of Sholom Rubashkin. This is the first time such an initiative has ever taken place.
Sholom currently awaits a decision from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeal regarding his appeal as well as a bail request. On June 23rd the government filed a reply motion resisting Sholom's bail request.
For five weeks, every Monday at 9:30 pm, an array of renowned speakers from a variety of communities will give a live 20-minute class about Achdus and Ahavas Yisroel. Hosted by the Chazak Hotline of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation.
The schedule of speakers is as follows:
Rabbi Paysach Krohn:
June 27, 2011 - 9:30PM

Rabbi Ephraim E. Shapiro:
July 4, 2011 - 9:30PM

Rabbi Noach I. Oelbaum:
July 11, 2011 - 9:30PM

Rabbi Moshe Tuvia Lieff:
July 18, 2011 - 9:30PM
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson:
July 25, 2011 - 9:30PM
To join the thousands sure to participate in this live class, call the Chazak Hotline at 718-258-2008.
Whether one can participate or not, all are asked to continue to daven for Sholom Mordechai Halevi Ben Rivka and to give a tax-deductible contribution to:

Klal Yisrael Fund
53 Olympia Lane
Monsey, NY 10952

or at

Monday, June 6, 2011

Thoughts on the street 1

Min Ha’Maitzar #3

Min Hamitzar Vol 3

Red meat for defense

Red meat for defense

In slaughterhouse manager's case, judge under fire for meeting with prosecutors.

Mike Scarcella
The National Law Journal
June 06, 2011
Sholom Rubashkin
Sholom Rubashkin
Photo: AP / Lara Neel, Argus Leader
Lewin & Lewin's Nathan Lewin
Lewin & Lewin's Nathan Lewin
Diego M. Radzinschi/NLJ
In the months leading up to the May 2008 raid on an Iowa slaughterhouse, U.S. District Judge Linda Reade in Cedar Rapids participated in a series of meetings with law enforcement agents and prosecutors, government memos show.
Immigration officials and prosecutors, preparing for an enforcement action that would generate national attention, briefed the judge — sometimes at her request — on a variety of topics, including charging strategy and the number of anticipated cases against undocumented workers, according to memos and e-mails released by prosecutors and federal agents. The records were produced in a response to a defendant's records request.
Reade, chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, is identified as a "stakeholder" in one government document in the prosecution of Sholom Rubashkin, the manager of the meatpacking plant.
Rubashkin's lawyers contend they were unaware of the extent of Reade's interaction with government officials before Rubashkin was charged, tried and convicted on dozens of bank fraud charges in late 2009. Last year, Reade, who presided over the trial, sentenced Rubashkin to 27 years in prison — two more years than prosecutors recommended — and ordered him to pay nearly $27 million in restitution. Critics, including a group of former U.S. Department of Justice officials, assailed the prosecution as overzealous.
Rubashkin is fighting the case on appeal, and central to his pitch for reversal is the allegation that Reade was so intertwined withthegovernment in the pre-indictment stage she should have recused. Rubashkin's appellate team, led by Nathan Lewin, argues that Reade's early and frequent involvement created the appearance of partiality.
"To allow unfettered discussion between the prosecution and the judge about forthcoming raids and searches, I don't think that can or should be permissible," said Lewin of Washington's Lewin & Lewin. "It's only human nature that if you become part of the prosecution team, that has to affect your conduct during the trial. The one error that affects the entire proceeding was the judge's failure to recuse herself."
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit is set to hear the dispute on June 15 in St. Louis. The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Washington Legal Foundation each filed friend of the court briefs supporting Rubashkin.
Prosecutors in Iowa insist that Reade's communication with the government did not cross ethical lines.
Reade, prosecutors said, was not told in advance where the operation would unfold and she was not told about the targets. Reade, according to prosecutors, spoke generally about marshalling court resources. "There is no evidence to suggest Judge Reade expressed any opinion as to the propriety of the enforcement action or the worthiness of the targets — only that the court was willing to do what it could to prepare for the court's role in the expected prosecutions," Assistant U.S. Attorney Peter Deegan Jr. said in a brief in March in the 8th Circuit.
Neither Deegan nor Reade, a former federal prosecutor in Iowa who has been on the bench since 2002, returned messages seeking comment. Deegan will argue against Lewin.
Rubashkin, jailed since his conviction, managed the kosher meatpacking plant Agriprocessors when federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers raided the facility. In late 2008, Rubashkin, 51, was charged with financial crimes for inflating the value of collateral for draws on a line of credit tied to the financing of the plant.
Months after he lost at trial, Rubashkin's lawyers received a stack of documents produced in response to a Freedom of Information Act suit. The papers revealed Reade's communication with immigration agents and prosecutors. Rubashkin's lawyers said the information was troubling. They pushed for a new trial.
In an affidavit in support of Rubashkin, legal ethics expert Mark Harrison of Phoenix's Osborn Maledon, hired for $500 an hour to review the case, said Reade violated the code of conduct for federal judges. Harrison, who has represented lawyers and judges in discipline proceedings, said Reade failed to "disclose the nature, substance and extent of the ex parte communication to all parties."
In October 2010, Reade shot down Rubashkin's demand for a new trial. She said in a ruling she did not pledge to personally "support the operation in any way possible." Her offer of support, she said, "clearly appears in the context of the court's duty to logistically prepare for the arrest of hundreds of persons.
"A judge's duty not to recuse herself when unwarranted is just as important as a judge's duty to recuse when required," Reade said. "Based on the facts and ignoring all rumor and innuendo, the court finds that recusal was not required in this case."
Reade said she declined to "credit" affidavits from Harrison and New York University School of Law professor Stephen Gillers, who questioned the conduct of the prosecutors in the case. The judge said Harrison and Gillers, a legal ethics expert, showed a "proclivity to rely on defense counsel's mischaracterizations of the facts."
Prosecutors argue that Rubashkin's lawyers were aware Reade and government officials interacted preceding the raid. In a co-defendant's case, Reade declined to recuse herself. In that case, she described her association with the government as logistical.
Washington-based Jones Day appellate litigation partner Shay Dvoretzky, a lawyer for Rubashkin, said the FOIA documents revealed the judge was more deeply involved in the planning stages than previously known. Dvoretzky dismissed the government's claim that Rubashkin's recusal motion wasn't filed in a timely fashion.
Some interaction between judges and prosecutors, Dvoretzky said, may be proper. Judges sign search warrants and authorize wiretaps, he noted. "These documents suggest a far greater contact," said Dvoretzky, who specializes in appellate advocacy.
Judicial ethics scholar Arthur Hellman, who is not involved in the Rubashkin case, said lawyers are generally reluctant to file recusal motions to avoid antagonizing a judge. "It's understandable that lawyers think twice, and twice again, before filing a motion to recuse," said Hellman, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law who has written about judicial misconduct. "In a sense you are at some level questioning the judge's integrity, or in the very least, judgment."
Mike Scarcella can be contacted at

The Tanya from South Dakota

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Jerry Nadler

Rep. Nadler Writes A.G. Holder Regarding Rubashkin

amicus & appeal update

Recipients of "Justice for Sholom" e-mails have long been aware of the overly aggressive treatment Sholom Rubashkin has received. But now there's a growing chorus of voices who have publicly criticized the fairness of Mr. Rubashkin's prosecution, trial and sentence.

The legal community, elected representatives and members of the general public have begun to recognize that this was not just a prosecution that practiced overzealousness - but a prosecution that practiced misconduct. They have further decried Judge Linda Reade's excessive involvement in the planning of the raid, portraying the appearance of improper bias in the trial of Mr. Rubashkin.
Recently, three well respected organizations have come out in support of Mr. Rubashkin's recent appeal brief filed by his attorneys led by Nathan Lewin: The ACLU of Iowa, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) and theWashington Legal Foundation (WLF) have all filed amicus briefs with the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals. Their amicus briefs were signed by 25 professors and legal scholars, including Professor Alan Dershowitz and James H. Reynolds - former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa.

Read more about it in the National Law Journal here.
Also noteworthy is that over 30 Members of Congress have written to Attorney General Eric Holder urging the Department of Justice to investigate these allegations of misconduct.

1.       Contact your U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives, and ask them to send a letter to Attorney General Holder requesting an investigation for the sake of justice.
2.       Go on Facebook and Twitter and ask your friends to contact their lawmakers as well.
3.       Forward this e-mail to family, friends and fellow supporters of Sholom Rubashkin.
4.       Ask your friends and family to visit and sign up to receive e-mails like this one.  
Please note: It is not appropriate to send e-mails or other correspondence to the judge in this case or the appellate court. Please direct all e-mails to your local senator or congressman or the Department of Justice Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison at Please keep your comments respectful at all times.  
Together, we can show prosecutors and the legal community that concerned citizens are watching the case of Sholom Rubashkin, and that he deserves “equal and fair administration of justice under the law.”

Monday, January 3, 2011

1:00 PM: Tehillim for Rubashkin


Hashem save us; may the King answer us on the day we call!
Please join an international effort to recite Tehillim for Sholom Mordechai halevi ben Rivka tomorrow, Monday, January 3rd, at 1:00pm Eastern. Please recite chapters 20, 52 and 150. This is the day the lawyers will be filing his appeal brief.
We appeal to you to daven to Hashem for the success of Sholom Mordechai's appeal.
Please spread the word! Email this to at least ten others!
The Rubashkin Family

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