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Ice Menorah in Midtown

A striking scene attracted thousands of passersby near the Chabad House of Midtown Manhattan- the carving and lighting of the shimmering ice menorah in the streets of New York City. Full Story, PHOTOS

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josh
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josh

since i am positive that you are looking for feedback than here it is …… A round menorah feh feh…….

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asher & tzipy
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asher & tzipy

Magnificent:::::::::: a work of art, and a glorification of the Ribono shel olam, and His people. Who is the artist? beautiful job

josh
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josh

The ice menorah is an awesom work of art and the guy with the chain saw is an artist. but….whats with the guy next to josh, dressed all in brown?

equal time
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equal time

Rabbi Metzger! Nice to see you giving the Rebbetzen equal time. A real team. SHKOYACH

it hurts
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it hurts

a round menorah made just the way Titus made it when he exiled the jews and destroyed the 2nd Tample
WOW i didnt expect it from a Lubavitcher
maybe it goes together with mixed seating

to #1
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to #1

you should have commented on the crowd, it says in article thousands, look at pictures inside and outside, please count over 100. dont worry they took the pictures when biggest crowd there. say a few hundred and not thousands its very misleading

no need
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no need

Be kind with your words. If you have nothing nice to say don’t say it. All chabad houses do a fantastic job. May you all go Maichayil el choyil!

A frelichen chanukah one and all!

COP
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COP

They hire a company who comes to carve the menorah who made it round. They were actually annoyed that it wasn’t. Oh well.

Over 24 hours later, the ice menorah is still standing on Fifth Ave. – where indeed thousands upon thousands have passed by and taking cell-phone shots!

The Mrs.
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The Mrs.

To poster #^ – HELLO?!?! It’s Fifth Ave. & 42nd St. – the so-called “crossroads of the world”.
Not just thousands, but TENS OF THOUSANDS passed by and saw the menorah!!!! For real!

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