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Tuesday, 16 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 21, 2019

    Frierdiker Rebbe Thanks America

    Upon becoming a U.S. citizen in 1949, the Frierdiker Rebbe had a few words for "the U.S. government headed by the president." Video

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    Thanks
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    Thanks

    Thank you JEM for this

    Wow!
    Guest
    Wow!

    So special!
    And such beautiful quality for 1949!
    It is really cool that we can see this on video!

    Very nice
    Guest
    Very nice

    Beautiful

    Awe
    Guest
    Awe

    Inspiring!
    Any sound recordings of the Frierdiker Rebbe available?

    All – nothing
    Guest
    All – nothing

    Bs”D

    In my 25+ years being involved in the Lubavitcher movement, I have never seen a film of the der Freidicka Rebbe. This was incredible. Priceless.

    So thankful
    Guest
    So thankful

    I’m so moved.

    what a beautiful video
    Guest
    what a beautiful video

    have watched this video numerous times on
    different occasions and it had never failed to move me.
    how wonderful to see the rebbe and friediker rebbe in video.

    thank you!
    Guest
    thank you!

    abs. beautiful
    THANK YOU!

    Thank you!
    Guest
    Thank you!

    Thank you JEM, bless you!

    PHEEEENOMENAL!!!
    Guest
    PHEEEENOMENAL!!!

    No words. Tears coming out. Too much to say

    Thank you so much
    Guest
    Thank you so much

    Incredible footage, just wonderful.
    Thank you

    wow
    Guest
    wow

    thank you

    We need to learn from this...
    Guest
    We need to learn from this...

    True, it was the Rebbe Rayatz who stated that “America iz nisht anderish”, but he also considered becoming a U.S. citizen an important enough event to put on “bigdei shabbos” for. We have to learn to appreciate what we have here, while still upholding the values our Rebbeim taught us.

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