First of all, thank you for your spectacular website. On Motzoei Yom Tov, I was distressed to see the news about Rebbetzin Batsheva Kanievsky a”h. We are in a time when we need lots of zechuyos. We lost major pillars of Klal Yisroel last year. As a Jewish woman, I feel like I personally lost something. The Rebbetzin was everything we women should be, what we aspire or should aspire to be.
A very serious topic for girls today is tzniyus. Today, it is a major, major nisayon for all women, and people are scared to talk about it, frankly, because people don’t want to hear it. I’m not someone who doesn’t know…I’m a young 21-year-old! I’m the same way. But my point is that I feel like Rebbetzin Kanievsky was holding us up. We girls lost someone major and must make sure to take more upon ourselves, and be extra careful, because, after all, the tznius of women of Klal Yisroel hold up the whole Klal Yisroel.
I was thus very disappointed in your website when I saw the picture of Rebbetzin Kanievsky. I wouldn’t want my picture posted, any place, especially on the internet. And I’m just stam a girl! It is a bizayon for Rebbetzin Kanievsky to post her picture. She was the epitome of tznius.
We all need zechuyos. Please do the right thing and not post her picture like you did. Please. For her. For you. For me. For all of us.
A 21-year-old bas Yisroel
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