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Visiting the Ohel is for everyone. Jews of all stripes, gentiles, celebrities and politicians. But did you know that you had a gentile neighbor that goes to the Ohel more than you?

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How Reb Moshe Feinstein Almost Became Rosh Yeshiva of 770

A unique inside clip on a monumental moment in Chabad history has been released from the archive of Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, acquired for his book entitled “Chabad and Gedolim.” The eleven minute clip is of 90 plus year old Rabbi Nosson Greenblatt, the former Rabbi of Memphis, who was a protege student of Reb Moshes in Yeshivas Tiferes Yerushalyim.

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Bais Toras Menachem Smicha Program in LA Entering its 13th year!

Just a few spots left in the dorm! 
*Heimish, Chassidish, and structured environment
*Warm caring staff; individualized attention
*Daily Smicha shiur taught by renowned teacher Rabbi Levi Chazan
* GED or college credits through TTI
* Warm and welcoming Anash Community
*Beautiful dorm, wholesome meals
*Shabbatons, bbq’s, and amazing trips
*Opportunity to visit and assist Shluchim throughout California
* Scenic hikes and beautiful weather !
*Online option available for Smicha
For more information see our website, www.smicha.net or call Rabbi Levi Chazan at 323-528-6905 or Mrs. Rivky Katz at 323-495-3010.

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The Rebbe Asked: Why is There No Hotel For My Guests?

Chai Elul marks a turning point, preparations for Tishrei go into high gear, and Chassidim make the final arrangements for the trip to the Rebbe. In honor of the day, Lahak Hanochos has released a never-before-printed Sicha from Shabbos Nitzavim-Vayelech 5733, where the Rebbe expressed his concern about the situation of the orchim in Crown Heights, and outlined his vision of how it should be.

Obituary: Chaim Osher Kahanov, 96, Quiet Chassid Who Escaped Soviet Union Twice

Deeply embedded within the biography of Lubavitcher Chassidim in the 20th century is the story of the Great Escape from the Soviet Union. Just after World War II, from early mid-1946 until New Year’s Day 1947, more than 1,000 Lubavitcher men, women and children illegally fled the Soviet Union using purchased or doctored Polish citizenship documents. The story of Chaim Osher Kahanov.