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“My world changed entirely during that war. Nothing was ever the same again and the memories never fade” Photos: Yossi Schwab Fifty years ago, Rabbi Chaim Sabato was a 22-year-old yeshivah bochur dragged out of shul to help fend off the enemy. Today, as a prolific author and a rosh yeshivah of the hesder yeshivah
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“My world changed entirely during that war. Nothing was ever the same again and the memories never fade” Photos: Yossi Schwab Fifty years ago, Rabbi Chaim Sabato was a 22-year-old yeshivah bochur dragged out of shul to help fend off the enemy. Today, as a prolific author and a rosh yeshivah of the hesder yeshivah
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