Lottery Winner Promises Money For Limud Hatorah

For the second time in as many months, a resident of the coastal city of Ashkelon has won the Israeli lottery, winning this week’s grand prize totaling 11.3 million shekels ($3.1 million).


The man said he planned to help his children buy apartments, and donate part of his winnings to yeshivas.

“At least now things are brightening for me financially [with this lottery win] and my financial security. With this money, I can buy apartments for my kids, and support Talmidei Chochamim.”

Read more at Arutz Sheva.




  1. It is quite amazing what the only interest is of a frum personwhen winning a few million dollars: Helping his children and helping loimdei Torah! However he should beware of saying”my financial security” financial security is not dependent on having a few million or even a few hundred million in the bank!


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