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Saturday, 21 Elul, 5779
  |  September 21, 2019

9/11 – Still Feeling the Pain

Levi Margolin writes about a friend from his parents' Chabad center who worked in the Pentagon's western wing on September 11, 2001. Full Story

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Amazingly written
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Amazingly written

Michoel Aron Noeth, your neshama should have an aliya

Alav hashalom
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Alav hashalom

Thanks for sharing, zachor… Please make sure to include the Six Rememberances at the end of Shacharis.

Wow!
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Wow!

Amazing story, and so beautifully written!
Go Levi, and keep the birthright pumping!

Thank you Rebbe and your soldiers
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Thank you Rebbe and your soldiers

This is so touching – I cried while reading it. What makes it even more connected to me is that I too have been the recipient of the loving kindness of the Margolin family Shluchim – the great red-headed Rabbi Aaron and his incredibly sensitive Rebbetzin Rychel and their super talented Torah and fun loving family, which also includes Rabbi and Rebbetzin Levi and Rashi Brashevitzky – the dynamic duo! Theirs is a Chabad HOME (not just house) that is filled with wisdom and goodness. Thank you Rebbe for sending your soldiers to the front lines and thank you Shlichim… Read more »

Wow!
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Wow!

Very well written. Alev Hashalom.

Michael Noeth
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Michael Noeth

I had the privilege a few years ago of driving his father to the Ohel on a Sunday morning when he was staying in Far Rockaway for a Shabbos. On the way to the Ohel his father told me the whole story in detail.
Yecheal S.

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