Moshe's laughter rings in the home of the Rosenbergs, his maternal grandparents in Afula, Israel. Abhishek Mande Bhot listens in. The sounds of a child playing in the background. Occasionally, the voices of an old woman speaking to the child in Hebrew. An old man struggling to hear you from the other line. Another phone rings. The child shrieks gleefully again; the old woman tries to make herself heard. "Hello," says Rabbi Shimon Rosenberg. "Who is this?" It isn't a demanding voice. There is ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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