Created 10-Aug-22

Students of the Talmud know that written clearly in Tractate Kiddushin, is a father’s obligation to teach his son baseball, and in the absence of a father fulfilling such obligation, Beit Din is responsible to make the necessary arrangements.
These shots in Park Yarmut, Ramat Beit Shemesh, show one father upholding the letter of the law.
It should be added that in these difficult times, it is wise from a security perspective, that an attack dog should accompany father and son J.