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Sign: Petah Tikva - Tiferet Binyamin Synagogue - Kiddush levana


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Lohamei HaGhetto St 17, Petah Tikva, Israel
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On the sign:
סדר קידוש לבנה
[סדר ברכת הלבנה]

לעילוי נשמת ר’ משה בן ציון גרינברג בן שלום יוסף ז"ל
נפטר כ"ז חשון תשל"ט תנצב"ה

הונצח על ידי ידידיו בבית הכנסת תפארת בנימין
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Comments:
A blessing spoken at the beginning of the Hebrew month, as the moon grows. Since this blessing is said at night outside the synagogue, it is customary to write a sign on the synagogue wall that reads the blessing.

The synagogue was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
Kiddush levana order

For the ascension of the soul of the late Rabbi Moshe Ben Zion Greenberg ben Shalom Yosef
Died on the 27th of Cheshvan 1978 May his soul be bound in the bundle of life

Commemorated by his friends at the Tiferet Binyamin Synagogue




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