rubashkinThis has been a tremendous nisayon for our entire family, every single day. We are so grateful to all of you for all you have done and what we have accomplished in this fight for our father’s life.

There is one last legal mechanism that can free our beloved father and reunite our family. It is called a habeas corpus petition in which one argues any constitutional rights that were denied; it’s also known as a “2255”.

We have been researching and interviewing many lawyers and thank G-d we have a great legal team in place that’s ready to take this to the finish line, with G-d’s help. They have won an impressive amount of habeas petitions and we feel very confident that they are our emissaries from G-d to bring about the ultimate great news we are all so desperately waiting for.

The deadline to file this petition is in 5 months and we have barely started yet (there is a massive amount of work) because we don’t have funds to move forward. We desperately need to raise the funds to pay for this legal team as we’re running out of time.

We know everyone has already helped out so much but this is basically our last chance in the legal arena. If every person reading this email can help out with $18 (or any number you can) together we can make this a reality.

To make a donation you can:

1) Go to www.justiceforsholom.org/donate
2) Email your pledge to pr@justiceforsholom.org with a phone number to call you back
3) Call or text 615-378-7461 and someone from our team will call you back to receive the credit card info
4) Mail check to Klal Yisroel Fund, 53 Olympia Lane, Monsey, NY 10952

Please pass this on to your contacts!

On this holy day of Lag Baomer may this unprecedented unity and Ahavas Yisroel bring about the ultimate and final redemption for us all!

With deep gratitude,

Roza Hindy, Getzel, Shmuly, Meir Simcha, Mushka, Yossi, Moshe, Mendel, Menucha Rochel and Uziel Rubashkin


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  1. It is incumbent upon each and every one of us, to help these upstanding, quality Yidden who were there for everyone and anyone in their time of need.
    If you gave once, give again. If you gave twice give a third time.