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  |  June 18, 2019

    Call It a Roadside Bar Mitzvah

    After his car broke down, Florida Shliach Rabbi Isaac Jalusi says he's learned a valuable lesson on being a Lubavitcher. Full Story

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    Beutiful
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    Beutiful

    Love these stories,so inspiring

    chaya jaluusi :)
    Guest
    chaya jaluusi :)

    i know ur being proud. love u love someone really special from cgi boston

    another one!
    Guest
    another one!

    another bar mitzvah uh? how many did you hit yet? what about the “Publix ” one? love that story too! keep it up and keep making all Lubavitchers proud! you are full of love! keep it up!
    WE WANT MOSHIACH NOW!!!!!!!!!!

    A YID A TZADIK
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    A YID A TZADIK

    He is such a woindeful person, father and Shliach!! May he be blessed with GEZUNT, NACHAS and PARNASAH

    karkafta
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    karkafta

    Amazing, yet another Jew who’s no longer in the category of Karkafta d’lo monach tefillin!

    A Bar mitzvah is any Jewish male over the age of 13.

    keep it up
    Guest
    keep it up

    Wonderful, love all the good things you are doing!

    avi kravietz
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    avi kravietz

    Kol Hakavod. May the merit allways protect you and your family!!
    You are a good man.

    woowww
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    woowww

    such a nice story!
    may hashem protect you and your family!
    u r a chsidishe id and iy”h trought ur merits we will be all together again with mashiach tzidkeinu!
    thank u!

    Yitzchok!
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    Yitzchok!

    Always greets people with a smile. Always helping others.

    beautiful story
    Guest
    beautiful story

    you did a great job..you are a true shliach and a good friend

    joel greene

    staying in touch
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    staying in touch

    I always wonder why we generally don’t ask for contact information after putting on tefilin (or other mivtzo’im) so that we can stay in touch and get them more involved.

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