Tehillim: Chanah Rochel bas Sarah, Injured in Vegas Shooting

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Please say Tehillim for Chanah Rochel bas Sarah, who was injured in the massacre in Los Vegas last night.

According to reports, Chana Rochel was hit in the face by a gunshot during Stephen Paddock’s shooting spree out of Mandala Bay.

She is currently awaiting surgery.

{Matzav.com}

23 COMMENTS

  1. What an insensitive comment, Moshe, and especially right after Yom Kippur. Who said anything about this poor woman being at the concert on Yom Kippur? Do you think that the 22,000 concert goers were all there for three straight days? Did it dawn on you that perhaps this woman went to the concert Sunday night, when, the last I checked, there was no prohibition against listening to music? Given the outdoor-venue of this concert, did it dawn on you that perhaps this woman was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time? And finally, did it dawn on you that perhaps it is not up to you to judge whose neshamah needs Tefilos? Frankly, given that we are now in the period between Yom Kippur and Hoshanah Rabbah, I might say Tehilim for you, so that Hashem is not as judgmental with you as you seem to be with others. May Hashem, the true Ba’al Din and Ba’al Rachamim, judge Chana Rochel bas Sara, you, and all of Klal Yisroel favorably.

    • Being sharp with Moshe is also wrong. You’re angry that he is sharp with someone who he believes is a sinner. You believe that even if the person has not done everything right we still are not the ones to judge, but instead we should have ahavas Yisroel. So then you too should do the same with Moshe, who is our brother. If you think he is making a mistake, then explain it to him in a normal tone, as I am explaining this to you.

      • So sorry but some things in life need to be reprimanded. Being passive about a comment like that would be much worse! That was outright motsei sheik ra and more.

        • Right, it’s everyone making ‘THEIR’ point in a sharp way for the purpose of clearly driving home ‘THEIR’ point, but the other’s person’s point isn’t worth doing that. That’s a double standard.

          Rashi says by the mitzva of Hochayach tochiyach, on the words velo sisa etc, ‘lo salbin panav’, which means speak in a respectful tone. In this case there probably is no halbonas panim because everyone is anonymous, but we learn from there the appropriate way of reprimanding, and that is with respect and dignity and don’t lose your aavas Yisroel in the process.

          Also, it says divray chachamim benachas nishmaim. When you speak in a respectful tone, your words can be heard, but when you reprimand in a degrading way, they are not well heard and accepted.

  2. I think we should pray not only for Chanah Rochel bas Sarah, but for all injured people at the event. We need to pray and worry about all humans

  3. Moshe the hieleg yid i dont think it is proper for such a comment. We all know we are based off potential, so even according to the tzad that she shouldent have been there , mabey it was a trremoundes nisayon and the fact that she didnt do something worse is tremendous from her. But i wouldent even think according to that way, we should be able to judge her that she was just walking by which is the way i truely believe.

  4. I wanted to comment on Moshe’s comment. I believe that he is bringing up a good point, although I don’t know if this is what he had in mind- If one sees or hears that a fellow Jew רח”ל violated Torah values, or הלכה, it has to make him sad that רח”ל there are Jews who are lost from the way of Hashem. If one doesn’t feel this sadness, and it doesn’t lead him to daven for that Jew, it is a חסרון in such a person’s אהבת ישראל. So assuming that all of Moshe’s assumptions about what she did is correct (which is a large assumption), it should make one feel pain and lead him to daven.
    Regardless of any of this (which I believe is all true), a Jew is a Jew. And if one doesn’t feel pain over her physical situation as well, it is also a חסרון in אהבת ישראל.

    • @binyomin you are being CHOSHED someone, A YID i dont understand your ignorance ur not thinking normally you always have to be be DAN LKAV ZECHUS we even learn this in the gemara we always try to find a way to make sure the person isnt guilty i dont understand u and i hope u think through wat u said because u are speaking the words of a tipish with no brain stop thinking like a SHOTEH and be DAN LKAV ZECHUS

      • Being sharp with Moshe is also wrong. You’re angry that he is with too critical of someone who he believes is a sinner. You believe that we are not the ones to judge, but instead we should have ahavas Yisroel. So then you too should do the same with Moshe, who is our brother. If you think he is making a mistake, then explain it to him in a normal tone, as I am explaining this to you. Don’t use negative words like tipish, shoteh and no brain. Instead use respectful language, as you would like people to speak with you.

  5. If all you wise guys would read what I wrote on the bottom line. (We should daven for her neshama)
    Then there wouldn’t be Sinas Chinam in your responses
    From Moshe ( who loves every yid in clall Yisroel no matter what stripe)

    • Sorry Moshe, I do believe you are probably a good kid. But leave the twisting aside. The comment you wrote should make you think about yourself. It was extremely inappropriate from every angle.

  6. The underlying problem is in our chinuch system who trained Moishe to think this way. Same system trained him to push people in his way and to interrupt conversations. It taught him to be an aggressive rude driver. To ask someone and expect them to support him. That all college is bad for everyone. That all goyim are evil. That girls are less deserving than boys. That our frumkeit is one of mechanics and run in mafia style where we must worry what others think and not of what is or is not of substance. That no one will be there for him.
    Fix the system. Don’t focus on fixing Moishe.

    • u are off ur freaken mind dig o hole jump in and bury urself, ur from a twisted place

  7. Lightbulb
    You were screwed in the wrong way, your flickering
    Thank G-D I didn’t go through your Chinuch system
    I’m not a rude driver because I don’t drive
    What does the subject of Goyim have to do with your frumkiet and the Mafia
    You can’t fix me because I’m not broken and you don’t have the skills anyhow

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