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Tzemed Yeled Releases A Music Video For “A’Ufah Eshkona”

Tzemed Yeled Releases A Music Video For “A’Ufah Eshkona”

Recently, UNESCO “decided” that the holy sites in Yerushalayim such as the Kotel and the Har Habayis are not relevant to Jews or to Jewish history. Tzemed Yeled, one of the top Jewish children’s music groups in Israel lately, recently released a single called A’Ufah Eshkona, based on the words of the Baba Sali. They are now releasing a music video whose purpose is to show that the Jewish absolutely do and always will have a deep-seated connection to all of the holy places.


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