July 2014 FEATURED ARTICLES

Silver Anniversary, Gold Standard: Mikdash Melech Jerusalem Celebrates 25 years of Excellence

The year 1989 saw a watershed moment in the history of the Syrian Jewish community: Yeshivat Mikdash Melech Jerusalem (MMJ) opened its doors for the first time, inviting Sephardic students from around the globe to experience the unparalleled joy of advanced Torah study in the holy city of Jerusalem, and sending them along a path of religious commitment and communal responsibility. 

Now, 25 years later, as our community celebrates the institution’s ...(more)..

MABROUK!


Births – Baby Boy



Rabbi Yaakov & Esther Hafif



Rabbi Richard & Kadie Hazan



Hymie & Esther Mishan - twins boy & girl



Rabbi Binyamin & Rena Seruya



Rabbi David & Leora Rabi



Rabbi Yossi & Janet Saada



Michael & Etti Menahem



Rabbi Ellie & Rivka Semah



 



Births –Baby Girl



Rabbi Ikey & Illean Safdie



Elliot & Beth Warren



Hymie & Esther Mishan – twins boy & girl



Joseph & Rachel Rudy



Rabbi Mordechai & Chana Sardar



 



Bar Missvas



Mitchell, son of Rabbi Norman & Adele Cohen



Moshe, son of Rabbi David & Becky Massry



Maurice, son of Raymond & Jeanie Kassin



Nathan, son of David & Julie Botton



Eli, son of Avraham & Devorah Aboud



Ezra, son of Jimmy & Cheri Tawil



Shlomo, son of Yecheskel & Chava Menache



Abie, son of Sonny & Debbie Safdieh



Avraham, son of Jason & Silvia mizrahi



 



Engagements



Elliot Beyda to Michelle Faham



Steven Benattar to Alice Tawil



Leor Baron to Susan Sutton



Steven Oran to Julie Cohen



Chaim Tawachi to Rivka Shoub



Yosef Yaakov Rachimi to Tehilla Mizrachi



Abie Mugrabi to Sarah Ashkenazie



Mosie Abady to Gaby Hanan



Shimmy Samouha to Brooke Assa



Yitzhak Cohen to Rachel Cohen



 



Weddings



Edgar Hazan to Yehudit Sultan



David Cohen to Fortune Kishik



Ralph Grazi to Annie Shamula



David Faena to Rena Kubie



Elliot Haber to Claudine Chehova



Abraham Abady to Millie Marcus



Shaul Sultan to Mazal Haddad



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