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Tuesday, 13 Tammuz, 5779
  |  July 16, 2019

    Stamford Hill Library Reopens

    300 people attended the re-opening of the new and spacious premises of the Ohr Hatorah Library in London's Stamford Hill. Full Story, Photos

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    Shoshana Raizel Pevzner, 81, OBM

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    Go Rabbi Liberow!!
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    Go Rabbi Liberow!!

    Fabulous work!!

    WOW!!!!
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    WOW!!!!

    Very nice!!

    keep up…

    Expat
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    Expat

    Did they keep the armchairs? Spent so many hrs in that library during my school days and listening to the hookups from 770 @3am .cant believe that as a young girl of 9/10 yrs old we used to wake up to hot cocoa and pile in the car , my father used to have to defrost the car it was so cold frosty and thick fog and very quietly as not to wake our satmar neighbors we went to Lubavitch and sat with our note books and pens , not understanding much but encouraged to write down all the words… Read more »

    MAZALTOV
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    MAZALTOV

    What a beautiful event. Just as your facilities have grown b’gashmius, so should your hatzlocha grow b’ruchnius

    AMS ILFORD
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    AMS ILFORD

    Hatzlocho most beautiful, well done

    first and largest of its kind in the UK?
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    first and largest of its kind in the UK?

    Kol Hakavod. But please give credit where it is due. Zvi and Faigy Rabin created the Lubavitch Lending Library about 40 years ago. From very humble beginnings they now have a state of the art library, with tens of thousands of books, housed in Lubavitch Children’s Centre, Stamford Hill.

    To Clarify
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    To Clarify

    This library is primarily chasiddus seforim & was started to encourage the wider community to learn penimius hatorah.
    its always been in a location outside the main Lubavitch building.

    TO #3 & 6
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    TO #3 & 6

    Clarification – this Library does not stock English books and is open for men only. It is aimed at the local chassidishe male community & is a much needed and used resource. The Rabins Library is an amazing resource for the whole community and Zvi Rabin’s dedication and success has been recognised by Her Majesty the Queen by honororing him with the CBE. Two great institutions – but totally different. Both however marked by the amazing devoted Lubavitcher chassidim who dedicate their lives to perpetuating the Rebbe’s mission. The Ohr Hatorah library, to the best of my knowledge, receives no… Read more »

    london
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    london

    rabbi liberow TIPTOP

    HI  N T
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    HI N T

    I SEE YOU

    rachamim
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    rachamim

    hatzlachah rabbah kol hakavod great job

    Mazel tov
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    Mazel tov

    Finally his work is rewarded. What a dedicated chossid.

    amazing work
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    amazing work

    May you go from strength to strength

    Shvil Moshiach
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    Shvil Moshiach

    Avoida bringing moshiach to alle yidden

    to expat
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    to expat

    Reading your comment made me Chuckle..have very similar memories as a young girl..except for the cocoa part!I remember after 1 particular farbreng after listening to rabbi Lew transalating through massive earphones walking through the quiet streets of Stamford hill and it was getting light so stayed up till school.great memories things our kids will never experience.

    number i5
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    number i5

    our kids and us will iy h see the geulo last dor ov golus first dor of geulo we must live with the rebbes holy words itwil happen very soon MOSHIACH NOW

    Rabbi Yehoshua RASKIN
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    Rabbi Yehoshua RASKIN

    Was sent by the freidiker rebbe to England and serves as the head Shochet of the famous kedasya shchitah which is the most relied upon chassidishe shchitah there.

    He is not just a respected community member.

    Thanks.

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