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  |  June 16, 2019

    Obuda Shul Donor Honored

    Rabbi Shlomo Koves, who coordinated the rededication of the famed Obuda Shul in Hungary, honored donor Mr. Robert Izsak with a "golden key to the synagogue." Full Story

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    Dear Slomo
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    Dear Slomo

    Kiraly Vogy!
    Regards to Gonci

    Nagy Szar ut
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    Nagy Szar ut

    There is a large shul on Nagy Szar ut not far from the Mamut shopping mall which is in need of repair. I hope that Chabad is working on it and gets it as well.

    asher hecht
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    asher hecht

    Shlomo you kick tuchis

    to number 2
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    to number 2

    there are alot of shuls in bduapest!!!

    chabad are not doing every shul repair….

    (unless you want to donate… ) they repaired obuda cause there wasnt any working shul around there and alot of yidden.

    shlomo u r the best
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    shlomo u r the best

    from ur chavrusah in brouny

    from Nagy Szar
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    from Nagy Szar

    There is a fight going on for that shul, and it is very necessary to repair it as many Jews live there and hang out at the mall so it is needed for youth activities.

    to 5
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    BRUNOY 😉

    How long were you there for not knowing how to spell it correctly?

    Obuda shul prayer space for orphanage pre 1956
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    Obuda shul prayer space for orphanage pre 1956

    I and my brother Gyuri were at the Jewish Boys Orphanage between Spring 1954 and November 1956 when my mother came for us after the Hungarian revolt. There was a Peter businessmen on one of the web pages who had his Bar Mitzvah at the shul while at the Orphanage. It would be fine to get in touch with others who spent time at the orphanage. Ferenc Perlstein (then) now Frank Schwartz living in Louisville, Kentucky

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