Mark Itkin and Simon Assouline sign the "I WILL" cloth on the America's Torah RV outside Michael M Krop Sr HS, April 28, 2015. Isroel "Izzy" Labkowski started America's Torah after his father-in-law Rabbi Joseph Raksin was killed as he walked to temple in August. He bought an RV and his touring the country to spread love not hate. They are writing a Torah and asking people to contribute by sponsoring a letter. In addition, they have the "I WILL" cloth where people can write positive messages of what they will do. Labkowski is making a stop at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High to speak with the Chabad club there.
Mark Itkin and Simon Assouline sign the "I WILL" cloth on the America's Torah RV outside Michael M Krop Sr HS, April 28, 2015. Isroel "Izzy" Labkowski started America's Torah after his father-in-law Rabbi Joseph Raksin was killed as he walked to temple in August. He bought an RV and his touring the country to spread love not hate. They are writing a Torah and asking people to contribute by sponsoring a letter. In addition, they have the "I WILL" cloth where people can write positive messages of what they will do. Labkowski is making a stop at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High to speak with the Chabad club there. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Mark Itkin and Simon Assouline sign the "I WILL" cloth on the America's Torah RV outside Michael M Krop Sr HS, April 28, 2015. Isroel "Izzy" Labkowski started America's Torah after his father-in-law Rabbi Joseph Raksin was killed as he walked to temple in August. He bought an RV and his touring the country to spread love not hate. They are writing a Torah and asking people to contribute by sponsoring a letter. In addition, they have the "I WILL" cloth where people can write positive messages of what they will do. Labkowski is making a stop at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High to speak with the Chabad club there. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Son-in-law of slain rabbi spreads a message of love, not hate

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