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The Heritage Foundation for Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries

HFPJC Bulletin
a.k.a. Avoyseinu
718-640-1470 A brief overview on our weekly activities

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December 22, 2011

With deep admiration to all donors, especially

Four esteemed benefactors


who requested to remain anonymous. In the merit of their generous assistance, we achieved the ultimate phase

In rescuing and reburying the desecrated remains in Kobryn


May the merit bless these kind individuals with bountiful brachos.

Phase Breakthrough! Phase two launched in Kobryn, Belarus to resolve the desecration two: Canal in the cemetery is routed into a pipe and covered/Piles of human remains enclosed and reburied
In affiliation and under supervision of the Asra Kadisha organization; Lead by Rabbi Dovid Shmidl shlita Canal and Committee for restoration of Kobryn cemetery, resting site of Rabbi Moshe Kobryner ztzl: Re- E. Yisroel: Rabbis of Zvehil Rabbi Avrohom Slonim Rabbi Nassan Zakovski Rabbi Shlomo Zaltzman Rabbi Pinchas Zaltzman Rabbi Yida Weinberg burial US: Rabbi Eliezer Goldman R Shimon Levinger Rabbi Chaim H. Hiller Rabbi Yosef Weinberg Rabbi Yida Wolf Through the intense efforts of
Rabbi Chaim Rabinowitz Brest; Rabbi Moshe Fima Pinsk; Reb Shimon Nussen Greenfeld; Reb Yechiel Misky

Special note of appreciation to all who facilitated this project, especially to:

Special thanks to the honorable Mayor Kenda and Deputy Mayor Trubchik.

With deep appreciation to Mr. Alex Arsalanov and family

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May 10, 2011 May 10, 2011

Piles of earth containing human remains transferred into cemetery for reburial

Earth and remains piled up in the middle of cemetery

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December 14, 2011
April 3, 2011

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The water of the canal is being routed into a pipe and covered

May 15, 2011

Hundreds of strewn human remains are collected in special bags

Mounds of earth at side of cemetery removed

April 3, 2011

May 15, 2011

Newly built canal runs through cemetery at 150 m long

December 20 , 2011

Enclosing and reburying all human remains

Representatives on site plan the project

Urgently needed: Fence to enclose cemetery (Phase 3) and Renovation of Ohelim (Phase 4). To assist, kindly contact committee.
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Heritage Foundation For Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries (HFPJC)


616 Bedford Ave, Suite 2-B, Brooklyn, NY 11211 T: 718-640-1470 E: hfpjc@thejnet.com
Affiliated Organizations: London: Committee for Preservation of Jewish Cemeteries in Europe E. Yisroel: Asra Kadisha

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