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MIKVAH
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MIKVAH

So happy to learn that something Positive will transpire out of the Negative situation.
I still do believe, that whomever was so rude to the El Al Staff on board the plane, should send in apology letters to EL AL. Yes, the fault does lie with the airlines, as they should’ve rather put the Religious guests up over Shabbos in hotels in NY, & rescheduled their flights for Motzei Shabbos. But causing a Chillul Hashem in front of Non-Religious Yidden is really unacceptable behavior.

miryam swerdlov
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miryam swerdlov

anyone know how Rav Sorotzkin, which i think is Telz Litvish, is called Sholom Ber?

From this week's (Vayetze) Haftorhah
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From this week's (Vayetze) Haftorhah

וְעַמִּ֥י תְלוּאִ֖ים לִמְשֽׁוּבָתִ֑י וְאֶל־עַל֙ יִקְרָאֻ֔הוּ יַ֖חַד לֹ֥א יְרוֹמֵֽם:
And My people waver whether to return to Me and in unison they told EL AL not to lift off.

Proud Lubavitcher who studied in Cleveland
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Proud Lubavitcher who studied in Cleveland

Rabbi Sorozkin is definitely Telz Litvish.

Hashgocha Protis
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Hashgocha Protis

Resembles the story of the Rebbe Rashab who was stuck in Moscow and the established the Ezra Press!
What a story – so inspirational!!!

Kol Akavah LeTovah
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Kol Akavah LeTovah

I am a travel agent in New York who deals mostly with Shomer Shabbat / Religious passengers on a daily basis for the past 28 years in New York and 48 years in the industry. I am happy that finally someone said something nice about this delay or if you want to call it incident. First of all I don’t think that no one has the right to blame either side, not El Al or the Shomrei Shabbat passengers for behaving in one way or another. It started to snow in New York around 3:00 PM and for some reason… Read more »

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