- To weaken his body and spirit, his interrogators didn't give him food for days. But yet, when a Moslem prisoner offered him a piece of meat, he refused to eat it and declared that he's an observant Jew and only eats kosher food.
- In prison, and later in frozen Siberia, he paid a very high personal price for his determination not to work on Shabbos. But despite the difficulties, he overcame the nisyanos and didn't let anything dim his passionate emunah and complete bitachon in Hashem.
- In the most horrible situations, even when it seemed impossible to survive, he told himself that he would never be afraid of human beings and would always trust in Hashem. In the most difficult times, when he was afraid for his life or almost fainting in solitary confinement, he didn't allow himself to be afraid. He reminded himself that he was a Jew and tried to remember divrei Torah so he could immerse himself in learning.
- This was the legendary chassid, the man who embodied mesirus nefesh, Reb Leizer Nannes a"h, who spent twenty (!) of his hundred years in terrifying Soviet prisons and labor camps.
- Want to know who won?
- Find out in the second section of the unique comic series about Reb Nannes' amazing biography that was adapted and illustrated for children.
- Thrilling drama with powerful educational lessons.
- Thrilling, Spellbinding Comics
Dov Ber Cohen & M.M.Yruslevski
9.3" x 12.5"
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