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Thank you Number 10
Thank you Number 10
2 years ago

As a parent who suffered at the hands of the board You have expressed what was in my heart and on my tongue

the other side of the coin
the other side of the coin
2 years ago

if having the mikvah means even one more woman uses the mikvah who normally wouldn’t – then it is a crime to sell it!!! Are we a bunch of businessmen only interested in the bottom line or True Torah people dedicated to fulfilling the wishes of Our Rebbe?!!!!

To #9
To #9
2 years ago

People who can sell a mikvah won’t ever – I repeat EVER – consider it within their range if responsibilities to lower the burden on the parent body. In fact, it is evident that this new board feels it is their responsibility to do the opposite. I don’t even think they would deny that.

A board comprised of individuals willing to forgo the potential windfall from the sale of mikvah would be precisely the kind of board who would also show empathy and compassion and consideration to the parents and the unfair burden many of them are forced to carry.

There is always 2 sides
There is always 2 sides
2 years ago

If selling the mikva means that more people can learn Torah, teachers can get paid on time, parents relieved from burdens then it may be a very good thing

I hope n pray
I hope n pray
2 years ago

This can be sorted out in a peaceful respectful manner & make a kiddush Hashem & kiddush Lubavitch

Correction
Correction
2 years ago

Lecture FOLLOWING mincha. mincha starts at 8

the song goes "Gimmel Tamuz didn't change a thing"
the song goes "Gimmel Tamuz didn't change a thing"
2 years ago

How VERY WRONG that turned out to be!
So sad. the community is in shambles.
From the outside with a total disregard for tznius, and the use of a faux eruv
to the inside.
Reuven, unfortunately for the Rebbe’s real chassidim, you got it right.
Hashem Yishmor

R Michals shul
R Michals shul
2 years ago

The residents should investigate R Michals shul and make a new minyan there. If you look into the legal papers it probably can still be used as a shul without paying rent to OT

Aaron
Aaron
2 years ago

BS”D what really makes no sense is that they have a 50
million will so what do they need this building for when it can be put to good use as a Mikvah

Not Limited to Crown Heights
Not Limited to Crown Heights
2 years ago

Unfortunately other communities , Boro Park, Lakewood, Willimasburg, Kiryas Yoel, Bnai Brak has had their share of squabbles as well on property disputes

thank you thank you
thank you thank you
2 years ago

thank you to everyone for not staying silent about this scam..
oholei torah would have never dared to do such a thing before gimel tamuz..

reuven woonteiler
reuven woonteiler
2 years ago

the community should be ashamed. the boro park Williamsburg and litvish communities are laughing at lubavitch. the owner of the rebbes shul is being decided in court. the kasrus of our community is being decided in court and now a mikvah shame on us.

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