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Chasidic Judge Inspires at Event

The first Chasidic woman in US history to hold public office, Judge Rachel Freier, inspired 200 women at a dinner marking Chof Beis Shvat in Brooklyn. Full Story, Photos, Video

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Worth praise
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Worth praise

Kol hakovod to Chabad of Georgetown.

Truly Rabbi Holtzberg and family are a kiddish lubavitch.

Keep up
The good work

What a great idea
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What a great idea

To invite the first Chasidim woman judge!
Rabbi Holtzberg’s programs are always innovative. And his daughter seems to be very capable as well.

hasidic judge
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hasidic judge

chabad is 1 of the largest chasidic groups in america, how amazing its for chabad to show for the world that here in america we can be chasidic and still become a US Judge.

Amazing
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Amazing

It’s was so elegant and so inspiring . Thanks rabbi Holdzberg and the rebbezen and there children Sterny Rivky….making such an amazing evening.

To @3
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To @3

While, I do agree that Chabad-Lubavitch is one of the largest Chasidic sects in the USA. To imply that we produced Judge Freier, is incredibly misleading and ignorant. She and her husband are Bobov. It is beautiful to see different Chasidic sects joining together, to commemorate Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka.

Awesome
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Awesome

Ruchie Freier is one of the most amazing women I know. I worked with her in Ezras Nashim where she would jump out ready at all hours to respond to anything, even after a long work day. I have so much respect for her and all she has done that calling her your Honor is so easy.

Judge is a hero
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Judge is a hero

This Judge is a true Jewish hero and inspiration. Truly refreshing to listen to her instead of hearing the same cliche slogans that of course must always be said because otherwise that would mean I’m being genuine which is too scary. Hatzlocho to her!.

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