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Monday, 14 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 17, 2019

    Yom Kippur at The Rebbe’s Ohel

    Chassidim and bochurim spent a meaningful Yom Kippur near the Rebbe's Ohel in Queens with intense davening, ending with Chazzan Hershel Tzatzkes singing the famous niggun in Russian of 'Who Knows One.' Photos, Video

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    העיקר חסר מן הספר! אוי מה היה לנו
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    העיקר חסר מן הספר! אוי מה היה לנו

    מ’שטייט ארום דער חזן אזוי ווי ער איז געווען דעם עיקר ווען ער פלג האבן די זכות זינקו באם רבי’ן.
    ונזכה זעהן זיך מיט’ן רבי’ן דא למטה מעשרה טפחים אין א גוף והוא יגאלנו!

    You could feel the Rebbe's presence
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    You could feel the Rebbe's presence

    Just by the feeling in the atmosphere of the singing. Like the Rebbe is encouraging this Chazan.

    Very nice
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    Very nice

    Why by the ohel?
    The Rebbe said shabbos,and yomtov a tzadik is not in his grave beguf
    Someone please explain.
    May all their tefilos be answered

    A bigger crowd every year
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    A bigger crowd every year

    BH it’s nice to see so many yidden coming to connect to the Nasi Hador on the holiest day of the year!

    Iyh next YK with the Rebbe will be in Yerushalayim like we all said at the end of neila.

    To # 3
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    To # 3

    Is he in 770 B’guf?

    Both places have his presence spiritually. There are those that are more inspired by 770, and those that are more inspired by being at the Ohel. Many of the people who daven at the Ohel also feel unwelcome in 770, but that’s besides the point.

    big Z Schapiro
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    big Z Schapiro

    Shana Hobo Byerushyaim

    Been going to Ohel on shabbos and yom tov for years
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    Been going to Ohel on shabbos and yom tov for years

    There are always more and more people. Question is those who have not gone, would they think differently if they would finally go? My experience has been that once somebody has been there the first time they wonder why they waited so long.

    I remember his father
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    I remember his father

    Grisha Tsatskis did a concert for chabad in richmond, virginia more than 40 years ago. He was a big hit. I’m sure his son follows in his footsteps.

    To #8
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    To #8

    I believe he is one and the same. Grisha is his Russian name, and Hershel is his Jewish name. I remember he made a concert in Detroit around the same time, when he left Russia.

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