Thursday, December 25, 2008

A Mohel Named Riper
by: Schvach Yid

It’s like the quip about the hematologist named Dr. Blood, or Dr. Dracula, but in today’s A7 edition there’s a post about a bris performed on the 8-day old son of the Chabad sheliach to the Andean Peruvian city (town?) of Cusco (Cuzco). It’s reported as the first bris ever performed in the Andes Mountains. You can read about it here:

Also, thanks to Mottel of the Letters of Thought blog, here is his posting of photos from his trip to Machu Picchu, also located in the Peruvian Andes, where evidently Yiddin sought to bring some kedushah to a place previously used for human sacrifices (I think).

Here are some more of Mottels photos of the Peruvian Andes:
and here:

Mottel likes the Andes, I guess. The photos are nice - enjoy!


Jack said...

Interesting post- thanks.

Schvach said...

Thank you Jack.

Mottel said...

Thanks for the link.

Schvach said...

Why coitainly Mottel, nyuk, nyuk, nyuk!