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Russian Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar recited "Kel Maleh Rachamim" in Moscow's Red Square before the Victory Day parade. Full Story

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What a Kiddush Hashem
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What a Kiddush Hashem

Rabbi Lazar you are amazing! May Hashem give you continued Koach to accomplish such an important task until bias goel!

С Днем Победы s dnyom pobedi ! Happy 9 May!
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С Днем Победы s dnyom pobedi ! Happy 9 May!

Thanks to all of you for the Victory , dear veterans ! May HaShem bless all of you with gezunt and many years !
( the last demobilization at 1945 aged 18 that means the youngest veterans today are 87 years old !!! They are brave to come to the parade and selebrate the Victory )

amazing
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amazing

very impressive rabbi lazar!!

Moshiach Time
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Moshiach Time

40 years ago, I would say.Only in Moshiach times, this is possible

The group of boys
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The group of boys

who are they?

Curious:
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Curious:

Just a quick question: some of the veterans on the pictures look to be 60-70 years old… If WW2 started in 1941 (according to Russian count), how old were these veterans during the war and when did they have any chance to earn so many medals?

To # 6
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To # 6

There are a lot fake veterans today in Russia with fathers and granfathers medals and ordens. But on these pictures I dont see any 60 -70 years ” vererans”. Yongest of them is about
85

to #5
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to #5

the boys are from the lewish school for boys in Moscow called “Mesivta”

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