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Tuesday, 20 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 23, 2019

    Fourth Yeshiva Opens in Moscow

    In addition to three active Chabad yeshivas in Moscow, this week an additional new yeshiva opened its doors in the Chassidic village of Malachovka in Moscow’s suburbs. Full Story

    Sidney Stern, 93, OBM

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    Amazing!!!
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    Amazing!!!

    Kol Hakavod!!! It’s unbelievable how Yiddishkeit seems to be flourishing in the former Soviet Union. To think about the mesirus nefesh that chassidim had during the most prohibitive times to observe Torah and Mitzvos, to how yidden are able to proudly flaunt their relationship with the aibershter in the streets, is just staggering. The Rebbe would be immensely proud. Keep up the amazing work. Ker a velt heint.

    Big Z Schapiro
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    Big Z Schapiro

    Beautiful mazel tov the Yeshiva should go from strength to strength happiness and successful and there’s only one best Chief Rabbi in Moscow and that is the one and only Rabbi Berl Lazer

    Mesivta
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    Mesivta

    Wasn’t there also another Yeshiva Ktana called Mesivta?

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