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Nov 15, 2022

Motty Atias - Aheim Kein Yerushalayim (Music Video)

is he singing in Yiddish?

The name motty atias is already well known in the Jewish music industry as a Heartful and great talented Composer, Motty has released 4 songs all his own compositions which has been published and inspired thousands of people around the world. at this time Motty is back with his 5th song that will become the next world hit song iy”h, I've always had a special connection to Jerusalem, but I've never been able to put my thoughts and feelings about it into words. In the last year, I've visited Jerusalem four times the past year. One of the periods lasted over a hundred days. Being there made me realize how much every Jewish heart around the world misses this place and longs to return with all of our Jewish brothers and sisters. I used the words of a tfila, which we say three times a day to express myself. When this new song was written, I prayed to Hashem to help me spread the message because I felt it came from a very deep place in my heart. "Please help me in getting this message out there," I asked Hashem. My prayers had been answered, and now this gorgeous song and music video is finally available, This song is being released in honor of the 28th Yartzeit of the holy Rabbi Shlomo Carlbach zt''l, who was always singing and awaking Jewish hearts to yearn and wait to go up to Jerusalem, and he was a true example of a Yid waiting for the Geula to come. Thousands of us were inspired by him; may his Neshama have an Aliah! Let us all pray together for the final day when we will be reunited with Hashem and all our loved ones who have left the world and will be able to live the real life in our home, Jerusalem!!!! With heartfelt appreciation, Your friand Motty

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1 comment:

  1. I quote:

    "the holy Rabbi Shlomo Carlbach zt''l"

    Is that a joke?!

    What does a monster have to do to be seen for what they are?!


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