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    Rabbi Yeshaya Krishevsky, 59, HYD

    Rabbi Yeshaya Krishevsky, a known Torah scholar whose son is a Lubavitcher chossid, was murdered in a terror attack on Tuesday in Jerusalem. Full Story

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    Yah. And the most important thing
    Guest
    Yah. And the most important thing

    is that his son is a Chabad chassid. Right?
    That is definitely ALL that matters. The MOST important detail about him.

    I don’t know if he was a “known Torah scholar” or a great tzaddik.

    And it really doesn’t matter.
    He’s a Jewish victim of Arab terror.

    THAT is all that matters. He’s a Jew. And he was mudered. By an Arab terrorist.
    Period. End of story.

    The rest doesn’t matter.

    BDE
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    BDE

    those terrorists will suffer in he**

    CHT
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    CHT

    Only because a Jew

    Baruch dayan Haemes- Hashem yikom damo
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    Baruch dayan Haemes- Hashem yikom damo
    to number 1
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    to number 1

    this is a site for lubavitch news
    therefor it is natural that the site would write this

    To # 1
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    To # 1

    Protocol states that one does not only talk about the loss, but also about the person. Klal yisrael didn’t merely lose another korban with this man, but a great man was brutally smashed to death. The Jewish world lost a man a great Torah knowledge, of incredible yiras shomayim, a magnificent teacher, and a role model to thousands. Your criticism is totally out of place

    To no. 1: 'COL' bills itself as the Chabad-Lubavitch community news service
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    To no. 1: 'COL' bills itself as the Chabad-Lubavitch community news service

    Without minimizing any other factors, it is appropriate for COL to highlight a Lubavitch angle

    To #1
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    To #1

    The article should have just said: “Jew murdered by Arab,” right?
    No. We came here to hear about the man who was killed so he can be remembered by his achievements

    to #1
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    to #1

    Calm down… The thrust of the article is NOT about his son.
    However, as this is a Lubavitcher site it seems only appropriate to mention the fact that his son is a Lubavitcher. In fact it would be strange if it was not mentioned. After all, there are probably many readers who know his son.

    to # 1
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    to # 1

    Your kidding right, it seems like you wrote that comment just tomake people cringe at your stupidity, their is nothing wrong to describe the victim. His greatness and his achievements and who his son is…

    To #1
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    To #1

    Don’t do this. It’s not worth it to dig the worst out of what you read. We are all concerned about Israel and everyone in it.

    #1 is afraid to use his/her name. Ashamed?
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    #1 is afraid to use his/her name. Ashamed?

    boruch hoffinger

    No# 1 is completely right
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    No# 1 is completely right

    Read the article it says; a well known torah scholar who’s son is a lubabvitcher if it this about the lubabvitch angle it should have said he was murdered and he is survived by his son who happens to be a lubabvitch chossid. Sickening!

    David Hecht

    Oy!
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    Oy!

    A great Torah scholar was brutely murdered and it’s more important how the article was written than mourning for him! Come on, let’s give everyone the benefit of the doubt and focus on bringing Moshiach with achdus.

    stop, listen and think
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    stop, listen and think

    Jews are being butchered R”L. Can we just calm down and stop bickering over how the terrible news should be given over?!!!!!! please, let’s use our time and energy to daven, to think of “What I personally can do better”.

    The Rebbe
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    The Rebbe

    The Rebbe told us to love every yid regardless if he is Chabad , I agree with numer 1 , why do we always have to be so divisive

    no1
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    no1

    Did not say that the man was not a labavitcher. chosid. does it really matter, everyday more yidden are getting killed in eretz isreal.

    #1 uses the title field for what it was meant for:
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    #1 uses the title field for what it was meant for:

    The title. Not the name. There is no “name” field on this comment form. So I don’t put my name on my comments. Chana R. If the fact that his son is a Chabadnik wasn’t so important, it shouldn’t be in the headline – it should just be in the article itself, where it mentions that his son survives him. I And maybe you can stop calling me names – because you know what? Last week my friend and her husband were murdered in cold blood by a terrorist, leaving four orphans. Her two youngest are the same ages as… Read more »

    P.S. (#1 here again)
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    P.S. (#1 here again)

    Until we stop judging a person’s worth by their kipa, this situation will only get worse. The security situation, that is.

    Missing the point..
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    Missing the point..

    No 15 You are perfectly right ! No time for squabbles now!
    We have a serious situation here and we’ve got to get “out of here”…this dark and horrific Golus… Yes, and our enemies should go to he** and us YIDDEN ” אורה ושמחה וששון ויקר FOREVER!!!

    We need unity now NOT squabbles!
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    We need unity now NOT squabbles!

    So sad a true tzadik was murdered. And the writer could ulogize anyway he or she see’s befitting to the deceased. Whether he is a father of a Lubavitch man or a modern or charedie man. This is the problem. We have to like each other, stick together because we are in this together. Be thankful it was not your family. Honor this man’s memory and stop squabbling on the Internet.
    BDE’ to the family and friends of this holy man.

    Kingston Ave Observer
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    Kingston Ave Observer

    Its natural for people to feel a deeper connection to their own. As a Lubavitcher, I felt the connection to the Rabbi more intently. He seems like the epitome of a man the Rebbe always spoke about to model after. great man, very inspiring, even from the sadness.

    1 wrong
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    1 wrong

    Nobody said it matters. it is not a good to look for something negative in everything you see

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