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Didn’t We Meet in Tulkarem?

From the COLlive inbox: For years I have been privy to chance encounters at Chabad, but the emotional reunion of this past Shabbos has finally spurred me to share this remarkable story. Full Story

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true story
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true story

i was there

From strength to strength!
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From strength to strength!

Chabad of midtown may you go from strength to strength, you are a truly special and inspiring institution!!

Yasher Koach!!!!!
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Yasher Koach!!!!!

Chabad midtown rocks!!!! what an inspiring story !!!

amazing
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amazing

yshar koach for sharing

Truly amazing!!
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Truly amazing!!
Brocha Chana
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Brocha Chana

Beautifully written Broch, and truly moving. Yasher koach!
Yaff

'Poshut' awesome
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'Poshut' awesome

This a truly-‘Poshut’-a amazing,awesome story/article!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

crownheightser
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crownheightser

everytime i visit chabad of midtown, i am impressed at the warmth and friendliness that permeate the room. I myself have been privy to many of these “coincidental” meeting there. Friday evenings especially feel like a U.N. gathering, with jews from all over world sharing the same songs, divrei Torah, and meal! May you go M’chayil el choyil in your holy work..

Awesome Reporting of an Awesome Story!
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Awesome Reporting of an Awesome Story!
beautiful
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beautiful

A really amazing story!

R there any bitachon issues with publicizing the precise details?

Unbelievable
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Unbelievable

What a great story. And beatifully told, Brocha. Especially since I know you weren’t taking notes as it was unfolding.
Daniel R.

Worthy of the Jerusalem Post
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Worthy of the Jerusalem Post

This is so amazing, it should be re-printed in the Jerusalem Post, I hope it gets spread far and wide, what a brave group of heros.

first lady of Chabad midtown
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first lady of Chabad midtown

The warmth and hospitality shown to all a Chabad midtown
no suprise that amazing things happen there
so beautifully written –thank you Brocha for sharing with those who were not priveleged to be there

Uncle Sussi
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Uncle Sussi

Masterful reporting of a moving story. You captured the mood of each moment. I await your next story. Well done, BC.

Rivkie, Australia
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Rivkie, Australia

Broch I am in awe of your writing skills, and of course of this story itself. Kol Hakovod! A proud sister, Rivkie

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