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Jews Visit Maharal’s Tomb

Rabbi Manis Barash led a group of Jews to the tomb of the Maharal in Prague. At the 2 week-long street fair in his memory, Chabad had a popular Kosher stand. Full Story, Photos

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mendee

moshe motel .. lots of naces , may u hav a gut-gezunt yor

nice
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nice
i have a question
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i have a question

setting up kosher food and putting teffilin on people know how does that commemorate the maharal of prague or express his legacy and tribute to history and thought i mean u can do this for any tzaddik help non religious jews do a mitzvah but what does that have to do with the maharal how does that differentiate the difference between maharal baba sali rambam or pinchas ben yair in this respect its all the same

just a thought same goes for the rebbe maharash and the mittler rebbe what difference does it make

apple pie is jewish?
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apple pie is jewish?

i thought it was American?

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a friend

very nice we love you

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Yes!! That’s the point! To associate the Maharal (and any other Tzadik, for that matter,) with authentic Judaism!
I was in Prague myself for a summer, and can vouch that when I told the tourists vechulu that the Maharal was Frum and wore Teffilin and learnt Torah a whole day, they were surprised.

And besides, our chabad dynasty traces itself – both geneticly and theologically – to the Maharal.

go barashes!
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go barashes!

i love u

that doesnt answer
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that doesnt answer

what is the inyan of the maharal if u just put up another teffilin stand on a friday

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hello

I was in Prague Barash you are the best! kol hakavod

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