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  |  May 19, 2019

    Montreal’s Legendary Leader

    The family of the late Rabbi Leib Kramer, founder of the first Lubavitch yeshiva in Canada and a legendary figure in the wider Montreal Jewish community, has undertaken an ambitious project to commemorate him. Full Story, Video

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    Montrealer
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    Montrealer

    Todays yiddishkeit in general and Chabad in particular of all Montreal is thanks to the tireless and selfless efforts with uncondiotanal love of the late Rabbi Kramer OBM
    YEHI ZICHROI BORUCH

    Wonderful!
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    Wonderful!

    Hey!!!! Doda Feige Rodal!!!!!

    A great, great niece

    Y. Kramer
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    Y. Kramer

    Great job Yosef!

    ex-Montrealer
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    ex-Montrealer

    What a wondeful and meaningful project for a daughter and grandson to undertake in honour of a truly inspiring person. I did not know the late Rabbi Kramer but my parents talked of him often. I have gone through the linked website and now understand their admiration. What a wonderful ambassador he must have been for Chabad and Judaism in general! Thank you to all involved for sharing this.

    Special Man
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    Special Man

    He was a very special man; I still remember him. Montreal wouldn’t be the same if not for his tremendous work.

    shema beni
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    shema beni

    people come and go. keep in mind this, you work for G-d alone forget legacy shmegacies its all hevel velorik, G-d alone. uhear me?? G-d alone.

    Shema #6
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    Shema #6

    #6 Hmmmm . So we forget people once they’re gone? No legacies? Wnat about Avrohom Yitzchok Yakov all the way down to the Rebbeiim? Forget them all as well????!!!! The legacies of great men inspire us. Admitedly some are greater than others and have a greater or smaller impact. But without ALL of those legacies to learn from we may be very lax in our own service of G-d. Uhear me?

    honk?
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    honk?

    i cant see the clip is it just me/>

    One of the Boys
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    One of the Boys

    I was one of the nine ‘Musmochim’ that long ago evening; 19th Kislev, 5715; December 5th, 1955. Now, 60 years later, the memory thereof, is still vivid, and very much alive in the mind’s eye of my memory. Much water has since ‘flown under the bridge’; but, the impact, and everlasting effect of that event, has not been swept away. Pedo-DMD.

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