The Jerusalem post reported that a new bespoke machine for use in a Jewish synagogue was being built in Tel Aviv by a team of engineers.
The machine is the latest in a long line of bespoke machines from Israel’s capital that have been created to provide Jews with a unique, affordable way to serve in a synagogue, or to provide services for Jewish holidays, such as Passover.
The new machine, the latest of many to come out of Israel’s Jewish communities, is a machine that is designed to help Jewish families serve and interact with the Jewish community and the Jewish people in general, the post reported.
It is an attempt to bring Jewish life to the city and a way to strengthen ties between the Jewish population of Israel and the wider Jewish world, the Jerusalem Post reported.
The design of the machine has been a collaboration between the Breslov School of Engineering and the Israeli Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (ITIZ) and has been developed by Breslov’s students and students from Israel and abroad, the Post reported, citing the group’s website.
The post also said that the new machine is being used by students in the Bremen Institute of Mechanical Engineering and a small number of Israeli engineers, including a woman named Lila Ben-Gurion.
Ben-Gsurion, who is Jewish, said the machine is a “huge step in creating a unique Jewish experience.”
She said she plans to use it to create a small synagogue for her family that will offer a Jewish community service for its Jewish members, as well as services for the entire Jewish community, including services for Passover, according to the post.
She also plans to help expand the service and also to create more Jewish shops in Israel, Ben- Gurion told the Post.
“I want to be able to be a part of a Jewish family,” she said.
“We want to offer services and help our Jewish customers do well, and we want to create Jewish life for the whole Jewish community.”
The post quoted an official at Breslav School of Mechanical Engineers who said the students in its school were “very excited about the project.”
He said the project was initiated by the Bregen School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and had already received a lot of support from the Ministry of Economy and Trade and the Brest-Litovsk District Council.
“Our school is an engineering school, and in the next years, we will create a more efficient system,” he said.
He said that Breslovers have been asked to make a donation to the school.
“The funds we receive will be used to build the new sewing machine,” the official said.
A video posted on YouTube on Friday evening showed the students at the Breshlav School building, where they were working on the new project.
The video also showed a young boy in the video standing at a table with a model of the new bespecked machine, while another boy in a hooded jacket, holding a sewing kit, was also working on it.
The students are shown taking the sewing machine apart, then attaching the kit to it.
“This is a great machine, and a great way to teach the students,” Ben-gsurion said.
Another video showed an instructor at the school working on a machine for his students.
“It is a new and beautiful machine, one that we will build and use, and I am very happy to have it,” he told the students.
He also said he is excited to have the new tool in his hands.
“Today I am happy to see a beautiful tool for my students, and for the people of Israel,” he wrote.
“In our community, there are some people who do not need this, but for us, this is a privilege.”
He added that the machine will be useful for “everyone, including us, and our Jewish friends.”