At the entrance to Kfar Chabad, on a small hilltop, among pine and eucalyptus trees, is a large building which doesn’t quite fit into the pastoral surroundings. The building was used as a hostel for immigrant families who arrived in Eretz Yisroel from the United States, Western and Eastern Europe. Many irreligious families that made aliya went to this Chabad hostel where they met religious Jews for the first time in their lives. Here they absorbed the light of Torah and got a taste of holiness. * Nosson Avrohom visited the historic building and spoke with many of the people who worked there.