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  |  November 13, 2019

If Long Island Is Reflective of the Rest…

"While non-Orthodox congregations have been closing and merging on Long Island, Chabad has opened 12 new centers and added 16 rabbis to its staff." Full Story

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Very well said article, Rebbe had a vision many years ago by sending Shluhim all over the places and only now we can see it with our own eyes.

The Rebbes foresight
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The Rebbes foresight

Beautiful

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It’s interesting. Here in Boro park the one and only reform temple closed down and was demolished for future apartments by a construction company. It was located on 46 st the same block that has a chabad shul for many years. The one conservative Boro park temple on 14 ave was also demolished and taken over by Bobov. At this point all shuls in Boro park are Orthodox.

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