Chilling audio of R. Moshe Twersky HY"D talking about sanctifying God's name in death
Received by email (Hat Tip: Abraham S).
Chilling audio of Rav Moshe Twersky Hy"d, who was killed in Tuesday's
terror attack in Har Nof. In the audio, the 59-year-old senior maggid shiur at
Yeshiva Toras Moshe in Yerushalayim is addressing his talmidim (students) on Tuesday,
June 22, 2012. He is discussing the topic of kiddush Hashem (sanctifying God's Name) and tells his
talmidim (students) that it could "happen anywhere."
"Again, you have to be ready for kiddush Hashem. You can never tell. One
never knows," Rav Twersky is heard saying. "It could happen anywhere. It
could happen in Moscow, it could happen in Paris, in London, it could
happen in New York, it could happen in Yerushalayim somewhere. Some Arab
could come up with a knife and it could happen. It could happen. Not
mufkah (implausible) today. Anywhere. Any place. Anytime. Any place it could happen."
Indeed it did, Hashem yeracheim (May God Have mercy). This great gaon (genius) in Torah and avodah (worshiping God) lived
a life of kiddush Hashem and lost his life al kiddush Hashem. He continues
to serve as a source of inspiration to his talmidim (students) and now to tens of
thousands all over the world. Yehi zichro boruch (May his memory be blessed). Hashem yikom domov (May God Avenge his blood).
And here's the audio (in English this time).
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