On the seventy-fifth Yahrtzeit, a seventh Chabad house will be opening in the city of Shymkent, Kazakhstan.
New Shluchim are joining the army of Shluchim in Kazakhstan. Rabbi Mordechai and Shoshana Morosow, along with their three children, landed last night in Almaty, on their way to the city of their Shlichus, in honor of the 75th Yahrtzeit.
This is the seventh Chabad house in Kazakhstan, the place where Reb Levi Yitzchak was exiled.
The new Shluchim will serve the local community in the city of Shymkent, which numbers several thousand Jews who will finally merit to have a Chabad house and a Rabbi of their own.
To date, six vibrant Jewish centers are operating in the cities of Almaty, Nur- Sultan, Ust- Kamenagorsk, Karaganda, Kostanay and Pavlodar.
The Morosow family will be staying in Almaty for the next few days, near Reb Levi Yitzchak’s ohel and immediately after Shabbos be continuing to the city of their Shlichus.
Rabbi Mordechai Morosow says with excitement that before they departed, they left the Rebbe’s Shul, 770 Eastern Parkway and then to the Ohel to thank the Rebbe for the great Zchus of going on Shlichus in the place where the Rebbe’s father had tremendous Mesiras Nefesh. On their way back to Crown Heights, a Rebbe video was playing and the Rebbe was requesting from a Jew : “If it is not hard for you to go to Alma-Ata and be at my father’s grave, as I myself can not go and by you going it will be honoring my father for me.”
Rabbi Morosow and his wife did not need anything more than that. They happily embarked on their Shlichus with a feeling of pride to be able to respect the Rebbe and honor his father.
Rabbi Levi Yitzchak laid the foundations seventy-five years ago and the Rebbe’s Shluchim are building upon it!
Seize the moment. Join the Rebbe in honoring his father this year.
Partner in the renaissance of Yiddishkeit in Kazakhstan, where Reb Levik was exiled, and merit the Rebbe’s rare blessing: “Five hundred times more!”
“In regards to Keren Levi Yitzchak, each person will contribute commensurate with his generous spirit and then increase that contribution, not marginally but in great measure.
Certainly, the Almighty will then increase that amount five hundred times more.”
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Video: The Rebbe thanks those who visit his father’s Ohel.