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Friday, 19 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 24, 2019

    Kennedy and the Rabbis

    Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, who died Tuesday at the age of 77, was "a participant in a significant way" at Education Day U.S.A. honoring the Rebbe's 76th birthday in Washington, DC. Full Photo

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    Interesting
    Guest
    Interesting

    It’s nice that even by Goyim “Acharai mois Kedoshim Emor”,

    joe
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    joe

    why are we glorifying this man so what if he was a big supporter of a certine bill ,carter yms also supported that bill are we now going to hype him up ,mr kennedy has done alot of damege to america, never mind his disgusting personal life which includes killing a young women

    anti semite
    Guest
    anti semite

    big anti semite!!!!!!!!!!! every rasha does some good in his life “sheim reshoim….. baruch hatov vhameitiv that he died

    i thought
    Guest
    i thought

    he was a rabid antisemite and israel hater

    HIS FATHER THE ALTER TERACH "JOE SR." WAS CURSED!!
    Guest
    HIS FATHER THE ALTER TERACH "JOE SR." WAS CURSED!!

    BY THE FRIERDIKER REBBE THAT HE WOULD BURY HIS KIDS WHILE STILL ALIVE!
    IT IS WELL KNOWN THAT THE ENTIRE KENNEDY FAMILY WERE ANTI SEMITES AND ANTI ISRAEL!!!
    WHY ARE YOU PRAISE A SONAY YISROEL????

    ignorance is bliss
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    ignorance is bliss

    I am surprised by the comments here. Ted Kennedy may have been a liberal however he was far from an anti Semite and was actually pro-Israel as was his brother Bobby.

    in 1980 Ted was Guest of honor at the Lubavitch dinner in Worcester.

    whats the connection?!
    Guest
    whats the connection?!

    so lets say some of you out there are right, who cares, he deserves credit for the good he did do! no?!

    to #5
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    to #5

    I heard it was the Belzer Rebbe. The first part of the bracha was that his children would rise to fame. The second part you already said.

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