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Auschwitz ‘Baby’ Marks a Milestone

The only surviving baby boy born in Auschwitz in 1945 put on Tefillin for the first time recently, with the help of visiting Chabad Bochurim. Full Story

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Meir Brook
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Meir Brook

You are 100 percent amazing!!!!

Wow!!
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Wow!!

Amazing!!

Born in 1944 in Vienna
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Born in 1944 in Vienna

I am also a survivor born during this time in Vienna.

Mayer S. Brook
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Mayer S. Brook

A tzadik a Yid!

Very special!
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Very special!

B”H’ we have the Rebbe and his shluchim around the world!!
Ishar coiach!!

Go Levi!!
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Go Levi!!

Amazing work. As usual.

Meir brook!!
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Meir brook!!

Best Bochur in lubavitch! Uses his time for hafatzah!!

Wonderful news!
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Wonderful news!

Beautiful story. Keep up the good work!

I'm all teary eyed now!  Amaaaazing!
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I'm all teary eyed now! Amaaaazing!

This really warmed my heart! All these years they were waiting for your knock at the door, amazing!!!!

Beautiful
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Beautiful

It’s so wonderful to see such an uplifting, moving story.

go lavich
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go lavich

amazing

Heath Welms
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Heath Welms

Faludi was born on Jan. 27, 1945ג€”the day the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and liberated the more than 7,000 remaining prisoners there, most of whom were ill and dying. In fact, his mother and Polgarג€™s helped one another through their deliveries, and stayed friends while they made their way back to Hungary with their infants.

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