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Mishpacha’s Spread on 3 Tammuz

Both English and Hebrew editions of Mishpacha magazine were dedicated to exploring the lasting impact of the Rebbe. Full Story

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2 Decades too long!
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2 Decades too long!

We need to be reunited with our Rebbe!

Reb Leibel!
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Reb Leibel!

This is groundbreaking. Any other mags cover it?

Other Mags
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Other Mags

Jewish Action (also called OU) Magazine–a special “Rebbe” section with 4 different write-ups by prominent leaders in the Jewish world.

dovid
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dovid

It’s nice to see such write-ups in magazines like the Mishpacha.

But one thing is sure, we are never in the absence of the Rebbe. We may not see him with our eyes, but we feel his guidance and know he’s here with us. To quote “לא עזב ולא יעזוב הרועה צאן מרעיתו”, the shepherd doesn’t abandon nor will abandon his flock (from the Rebbe’s letter 1953).

Ohio Yid
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Ohio Yid

Amazing stuff.
Hebrew Mishpocho, Shaa Tova, Hamavaser and Kehilla did
in English Ami and Hamodia not, but Torah Tavlin had good story on Rebbe this week.

Rebbe
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Rebbe

We need you!!

Mags
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Mags

Actually, Ami’s editorial was about the Rebbe, with a picture of the Rebbe. Plus I hear their next issue will have more on the Rebbe,

Zirkind
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Zirkind

I have it on good authority that Ami is waiting to see what Mishpacha did and then they follow

After the yahrzeit is not the same. Cheap.

Ami likes Shluchim
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Ami likes Shluchim

According to Frankfert’s editorial, Ami is doing on Shluchim… again… they are doing nothing about the Rebbe on the Rebbe’s 20th Yahrtzeit. Sad.

FRED
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FRED

Go Mendy Kotlarsky

OU Jewish Action..
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OU Jewish Action..

…had FOUR great articles in their latest issue — the Rebbe from 4 different perspectives. The Mishpacha piece, while certainly welcome, was more about Krinsky and Kotlarsky without much real info…

Reader
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Reader

I also liked the JA pieces though found Mishpachas more emotional and warm.
What is Ami? European mag?

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