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February 4, 2013 13:02
Aleh children at the bowling alley

Aleh children at the bowling alley 521 . (photo credit: Josh Hasten)


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While unable to express his emotions in words to a room full of family and some new friends who have gathered for the celebration, the contagious smile on 13-year-old Raphael’s face indicates how excited he is to reach this milestone birthday – his bar mitzva.

Raphael, a wheelchair-bound, cognitively and physically disabled teen living at the Jerusalem branch of ALEH – the country’s largest network of residential facilities for children with disabilities – recently celebrated this momentous occasion alongside 80-year-old Larry Feinstein, his bar mitzva “twin.”


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