Thursday, May 28, 2009


A Little Help for Torah and Young Men?

Yeshiva Nishmat Shlomo is a very special yeshiva hidden in the hills of Safed (Tzfat) Israel. It's a yeshiva that takes boys who have been falling out of the system and turns them into successful young men with a future.

Unfortunately, with economic conditions being what they are, parents are able to pay less and supporters are less able to support. The yeshiva is at risk of closing down for want of a not overly large amount of money.

To solve this problem, they are running a raffle together with a few other yeshivot to raise the money they need to survive.

Please take a moment to click on the ad below, check out the raffle page and below the ad on their page, click to enter the raffle today. For $36 you can help save a yeshiva!

Please mention "from Mystical Paths" in the comment box so they know where you came from.


  1. you have several billionares in israel do they give a flying ......? your supposed to fight the erev rav not join it ? because you all have joined it thats the cause of our next shoa !

  2. if there will be a next shoa, perhaps it will be to the sinas chinam is labeling other jews the Erev rav.

    tizku lemitzvos!

  3. Frankly, I don't like when people depend on billionaires to support non-profit orgs. I can only imagine if more people would give maaser, even an increase of a few percent of the population and this would add millions of shekels into NPO economy.

    Good luck to everyone.
    May Torah in Israel continue to grow.
    Shavuah tov.
    Hodesh tov.
    Geulah shlema tova.

  4. I will never believe that encouraging gambling is the answer to the financial problems in the Jewish world. I know it's easy because it works on our yetzer hara, but there has to be a better way...

    I daven that the yeshiva finds the funds it needs.

  5. wrong the erev rav is a BIG problem plus they influence the majority !


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