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Wednesday, 23 Sivan, 5782
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Rabbi Dovid Moshe Lieberman, 96, OBM

Rabbi Dovid Moshe Lieberman, the oldest Chabad rav who survived WWII and served Jewish communities in Chicago, Detroit, and the Chief Rabbi of Antwerp, Belgium, passed away on Wednesday, 24 Shvat, 5782. Full Story

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Chany
January 26, 2022 4:05 pm

I think he was the principal of Bais Yaakov in Chicago as well.

Grandchild and admirer
January 26, 2022 4:32 pm

Rabbi Lieberman was exemplary in such a variety of areas. His brilliance was legendary, and all those fortunate enough to benefit from his sharfkeit, clear headed thinking, and wisdom, will retain the impression of what it means to be a rov of old.

Moshe Moscowitz
January 26, 2022 5:21 pm

He was a special Rav, principal and close friend of our family in Chicago. Actually, brilliant. I was fortunate for him to have written my Bar Mitzvah Pilpul. As a student I didn’t realize he wasn’t American for he spoke a flawless English. He was respected by all in the Chicago community. When I had a chance to visit him a few years ago in Antwerp, I witnessed him learning with his Chavrusah late at night, despite the fact that he could not see. Truly inspiring.

loss
January 26, 2022 5:48 pm

such a loss for the Antwerp Community. Rav Liberman was brilliant in every aspect and an amazing community leader. He did so so much.
May he have an aliyas neshome

Rabbi Lieberman was of such fine stature
January 26, 2022 6:00 pm

Rabbi Lieberman was learned and spoke with such eloquence. He and his wife brought up a family of leaders. He was a devoted Chassid.
He will be remembered by his example of being a driving force despite all odds.

JSG
January 27, 2022 6:31 pm

Rabbi Lieberman was also the Rabbi at Oir Israel in Chicago on Kedzie Ave. by Eastwood. He taught me my Haftorah in his house and wrote my speech. He also was the Rabbi for my father’s funeral.

Boruch dayan haemes
January 27, 2022 9:48 pm

He was a unique chosid.

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