After 50 years, the first street name was inaugurated in the Israeli Kfar Chabad village, "Rechov HaRabbi MiLubavitch."
After 50 years, the streets in the Israeli village of Kfar Chabad are finally being named.
The first street to be inaugurated on Tuesday was the first and main street of the village, which was named after the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
"Rechov HaRabbi MiLubavitch" was unveiled in the presence of the Minister of the Interior Aryeh Deri.
Also in attendance was Rov of Kfar Chabad Rabbi Meir Ashkenazi, Regional Council Chairman David Yifrach, Mayor Shimon Rabinovitch and Board members and community leaders.