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  |  June 19, 2019

    Rabbi Segal Inspires Montreal

    Rabbi Yosef Tzvi Segal of Israel farbrenged in Montreal in honor of 18th of Elul on Motzei Shabbos, with many noted Rabbis and community leaders in attendance. Full Story, Photos

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    mendee

    RABBI YOSF , WAS A ZOCHA BE`KOREL FROM TORAS EMETH, IN THE FIRST KVOTZA OF RABONIEM 2 COME TO THE REBA 4 YOMTOV TESHRIE , HE TOLD THE STORY BY ONE OF THE FIRST ROSH CHODESH KISLEV FARBRENGENS,, WOW IT WAS GR8

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    FIRST OF ALL ,ITS NO WONDER THAT HE GETS A CROWD.
    HE IS A VERY NICE PERSON, HE IS A VERY GOOD SPEAKER
    HE HAS SEEN A LOT IN HIS TIME , MENY GR8 PEOPLE, AND HE WAS CLOSE WITH THEM AS WELL..THE FIRST NAME THAT COMES MIND IS THE GR8 BAIS YISROL , OF GUR, .
    HE IS ALSO A BROTHER INLAW WITH THE REBBA OF MUNCHACH, AND I LOVE TO HEAR HIM SPEAK

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    wow

    Whose house was this in? I don’t recognize the place

    Why?
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    Why?

    A large frum city like Montrael – why so few people attending?!

    what actual impression did he convey it just says he was popular
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    what actual impression did he convey it just says he was popular

    what defines him?

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    Apparently some information was deleted from the original: The farbrengen took place in Heichal Menachem in Outremont – a large Chassidishe community in Montreal much llike Boro Park. This may answer #3. As for #4, the advertisements printed in the usual News Flash of Friday were distributed only on Sunday, so the only people who knew were those who actually saw the notices in shul. Not to mention the fact that after a while the crowd did get bigger and stayed until after 2 AM.

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