Born in 1981 in Jerusalem, based in New York City. I started my journy as a Photojournalist for the begining in a One Year trip to south and Central America. during this experince I explored the power of photography for the...
Leon Bleckman, 83, and his sister, Roslyl Paster, were born in south Bronx and moved to Park Chester, Bronx several years later. At that time, ParkChester had seven synagogues. Today, seventy years later, there are only a few elderly Jews that live in the neighborhood. Leon and Roslyn no longer have a synagogue to pray in or celebrate holidays. However, thanks to Sheikh Musa of Masjid Al Amin, they now have a place. In what Leon describes as a miracle, they pray in a room inside the neighborhood mosque every Friday and Saturday. Yesterday, they had a Purim holiday celebration with the help of "Chabad" Ultra Orthodox.