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Thousands Jews Gather To Pay Respects To Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson Lubavitcher Rebbe
Tens of thousands of worshipers from around the world headed to Queens Tuesday, to observe the anniversary of the death of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.
As CBS 2’s Steve Langford reported, the crowds lined up in intense heat at Ohel at Montefiore Cemetery in Cambria Heights, Queens, to pray and show their respects to the man simply known as “the Rebbe.”
Schneerson was last Grand Rebbe of Lubavitcher Hasidim. He was considered by some to be the most influential rabbi of modern history.
Rabbi Berel Pewzner came all the way from the Cayman Islands for the memorial event.
“This is a very, very important event not only for me personally, but for the entire Chabad movement, and the entire Jewish world at large,” Pewzner said.
The lines to pay tribute to Schneerson stretched out to and along Francis Lewis Boulevard. Families came with their young children.
The occasion, rarely observed up close, revealed the emotional moment when personal printed prayers were read before Schneerson’s gravestone. The sheets of paper on which the prayers were written were then tossed into a huge container before the Rebbe’s headstone.
“Jewish tradition teaches that the day of a righteous person’s passing is an auspicious day for our prayers to be answered,” said Leah Schmetov of Stamford, Connecticut.
When Rabbi Schneerson died in 1994, his passing drew great crowds and sparked an emotion in the streets of Brooklyn. A generation later, the Rebbe may be even more influential.
In fact, a recent biography of the Rebbe became a New York Times bestseller this spring.
Those who came to the cemetery to honor the rebbe’s memory spoke of the example he set.
“Just because he was un-judgmental — he never judged people,” said Lev Rivkin of Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. “He taught his students to love other Jews in any way or form, color or no color.”
The memorial event was considered a living, breathing testament to the powerful memory of a historic figure.
Jews Gather To Pay Respects To Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Tens of thousands gathered in Queens to pray and show their respects. CBS 2’s Steve Langford has more.
3 Tammuz 5754 – June 12, 1994 Windows To The Soul – The Lubavitcher Rebbe
This classic biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, provides a rare glimpse into the scope of this great Jewish leader’s life’s work and his monumental contributions to Jewish education across the globe. Includes interviews with Yitzhak Rabin, Margaret Thatcher and Benjamin Netanyahu. Featuring amazing footage filmed at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn and throughout the world, this is the 30-minute broadcast version of the original documentary, released one year after The Rebbe’s passing in 1995. Executive Producer Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky. Produced and Directed by Jerry Levine.
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The Festival of Light in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel, enables via the use of light a dramatic and artistic dimension to the Old City’s nights.
From the illumination of architecture to light statues, the festival is be a public and family oriented celebration that artists from different fields will partake in.
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The Festival of Light will take place from June 11- June 19, 2014 in the Old City of Jerusalem. This year the festival has grown and will include ten international artists who will display the best artistic work in the field alongside dozens of performances, tours, artists, sites and more.
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The beat goes on every Friday afternoon on a South Tel Aviv beach.
From the early afternoon until late at night every Friday, a crowd gathers to welcome the weekend with an impromptu chorus of bongos at Tel Aviv’s Drummers Beach (also called Dolphinarium Beach).
But it’s not only about drums; there are also jugglers, dancers, Capoeira artists and lots of merrymaking, making this weekly ritual a favourite with locals and visitors alike.
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