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Jtube: What Would You Do?

Jtube: What Would You Do?

Do you have a "Kiddush Hashem" (sanctification of God's Name) story that you'd like to share?

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Published: January 18, 2014

Do you have a "Kiddush Hashem" (sanctification of God's Name) story that you'd like to share?

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Visitor Comments: 10

(10) Tova Saul, January 28, 2014 11:56 AM

Stumbling Block

This little test on passersby is putting a stumbling block before the blind, and wrong. Times are hard, and this show should not be putting temptations in front of people. I can't believe they made the Italian guy give the money back. Who are they to test people?

(9) Phil, January 27, 2014 8:07 AM

Only Jews?

This was beautiful. But to say "Only Jews!" -- That's just not right.

(8) Menahem, January 22, 2014 1:36 AM

Only Jews...

Only Jews who know mitzvah know how to do it with conscience.

(7) Anonymous, January 21, 2014 9:55 PM

Undermines itself

I think to publicize an act I did that was a kiddush Hashem takes away from the mitzvah, because then I"M in the center rather than Hashem.

(6) Shoshana -Jerusalem, January 21, 2014 7:33 PM

money at the Kotel

My neighbor's children found a huge wallet stuffed with money at the Kotel, their mother told the Kotel police and upon arriving home called the Jerusalem police and gave their phone number. Of course they did not tell how much money was in it ($80,000!) Actually, there was a lot more but they got tired and stopped counting. So after a couple of hours a tourist called and described the wallet in detail, which is required by Halacha and also the amount of money in it, and came over and claimed their money. They offered them a reward which of course they wouldn't take. My friend told me that after they left the children and she and her husband started o sing and dance for joy that they were able to fulfil this mitzvah. I just want to mention that this was a very poor family with a lot of debts. The father taught in a very poor yeshiva and earned a little above the minimum wage.

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