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Friday, 19 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 24, 2019

    Weekly Rebbe Photo

    COLlive and The Avner Institute present a weekly first-time released photo of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Here, in 1977, the Rebbe is conversing with Menachem Begin, Prime Minister of Israel and a reverent admirer. Full Photo

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    reuvain
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    reuvain

    is that rabbi chadakov standing next to the rebbe?

    Rabbi Chadakov A"H
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    Rabbi Chadakov A"H

    Yes it is!

    i was there
    Guest
    i was there

    i was present at this Yechidus! this picture brings back many good things!

    shlomie
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    shlomie

    who was rabbi chadakov? where is rabbi groner in the picture? thought rabbis groner was the rebbes right hand man?

    to number 4
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    to number 4

    rabbi groner was just a shammes but the rebbes right hand man was always chadokov

    Background history of the photo:
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    Background history of the photo:

    Mr. Yehuda Avner Relats: “SOME TIME later, on a balmy July day in 1977, Menachem Begin was similarly confronted. A bushy-haired reporter in a baggy suit asked him with Village Voice effrontery, “You are the newly elected prime minister of Israel, so why have you come to see Rabbi Schneerson? Surely, protocol requires he come to you. “This altercation took place on the steps of the Lubavitch headquarters, where the Rebbe was welcoming Mr. Begin amid a blaze of photo flashes. “Why, indeed?” the prime minister began with easy rapport. “A good question.”And then, with an air of deep reverence,… Read more »

    To Number 4 and 5
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    To Number 4 and 5

    Rabbis Groner and Klein where present in the room at this Yechidus I was standing right near them, there where many other people from Bagein’s advisory board who where there as well.

    to # 5
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    to # 5

    thanks for clearing that up as most people in chabad dont know that.

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