By COLlive reporter
A student at a Chabad Yeshiva in Israel had a most authoritative late note to present to his teachers, last month.
The bochur showed up at the Yeshivas Chassidei Chabad Lubavitch in Nazareth Illit with a letter written on the stationery of the local police station.
Speaking about the bochur, the letter wrote: “Schneur the Tzadik came today to the police station and put on Tefillin with the station’s officers and additional citizens, as he does every day.”
The police said Schneur gave a Torah class and “answers questions from officers on religious matters.”
Then then wrote that “to Schneur’s credit, he wanted to leave at 15:15 to return to the Yeshiva but was asked by us to remain” for additional learning.
“At this opportunity, we would like to thank and recognize the activities of Schneur the Tzadik and the Yeshiva which makes sure to send him every day to the police station,” the letter concluded.
We assume the rabbis were satisfied with such an explanation…