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Prayer for New Jersey Victims at Ohio Statehouse

In preparation for Chanuka, and to show solidarity and mourning with the victims of the shooting in Jersey City, Rabbi Gershon Avtzon of Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati was invited to give the opening prayer in the Ohio statehouse. Video

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Good job rabbi!
December 12, 2019 3:49 pm

I think we can all take pride and example from rabbi avtzon how to respond to such a terrible event!

Very meaningful and very eloquent
December 12, 2019 4:32 pm

A real kiddush Hashem. Rabbi Avtzon, your words where very meaningful, current and beautifully executed.
Yasha Koach

A true kiddish Hashem
December 12, 2019 4:39 pm

AMAZING! That was truly very well done.
Rabbi Gershon Avtzon – You were very eloquent and your words were very appropriate and meaningful.
A true kiddish Hashem

Can someone please check their teffilen and mezuz?
December 12, 2019 7:39 pm

Obviously when it’s someones time to go than it’s time to go R”L HY”D, and I’m already being flooded with questions, weren’t they religious Jews with mezuzois? And don’t religios jews regularly check their teffilen and mezuzois and you see it didn’t help! Obviously I told them we don’t know G-D’s ways etc’… however in general, to my memory after the Entebbe kidnapping and the terrorist attack in Maalot Israel, the Rebbe asked the Shluchim RabbiYossi Reicick z”l and ybl”t RabbiYossi Gerlitzky sheyichye to check all the survivors mezuzois! Could so local shluchim please rise the challenge and get the… Read more »

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