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Carlebach’s Days in Lubavitch

In his last interview, Reb Shlomo Carlebach spoke about his times in Lubavitch and an encounter on the New York subway. Full Story

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Zev Brenner has Full Details on Shlomos Connection to The Rebbe
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Zev Brenner has Full Details on Shlomos Connection to The Rebbe

In an interveiw in the late 80;s Shlomo Carlebach Detailed on the Zev Brenner show With excact date’s ect. on his shlichus & & his constant connection to the Rebbe; Later on in the early 80.0 when shlomo came to a Fabrangen & Received ‘Kos Shel Brocha’ The Rebbe told him To get Married allready;

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you have the dates wrong it was the early 70’s like 71 or 72…as his dught neshoma is almost 35 yrs…..

# 2 Late 70,s at Best
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# 2 Late 70,s at Best
picture
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picture

where is the picture taken and when is it from? anyone know who the others are?

Can we hear
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Can we hear

is there a recording of this

Very cute story!
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Very cute story!

Still… whatever, I don’t want to say. Every jew is nice and holy.

reb shlomo
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reb shlomo

was a kind and loving person;he has taken too many hits in his life and post life..

a mother
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a mother

i would never let my c children listen to music from one who would kiss woman at the end of his concerts

t s
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t s

would be nice if you ID’ed the people in the picture

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I heard he was born from a bracha of the freidiker r

Professor
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Professor

I remember that there was a report around 1991 that, at dollars, someone asked the Rebbe MHM for a dollar for Reb Shlomo. The Rebbe MHM gave a dollar for him and said that it was for hatzlocho in his spreading of Yiddishkeit.

Here are the identifications of the people in this photo
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Here are the identifications of the people in this photo

We see Reb Shlomo Carlebach at the Kings Hotel during his first visit to Israel in the summer of 1959. From left to right: Yaakov Lerner, Reb Shlomo, Chaim Adler, Yaakov Tzuker, and Yosef Miletzky.
Photo courtesy of Yaakov Lerner

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