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Rabbi Lau describes the Rebbe not just as a leader who revolutionized world Jewry, but also as one who cared about a widow in Israel who wanted to commit suicide...

A Leader, an Activist, a Man With a Warm Heart

A Leader, an Activist, a Man With a Warm Heart

A Tribute to the Lubavitcher Rebbe

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A Leader, An Activist, A Man: A Tribute to the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Rabbi Lau describes the Rebbe not just as a leader who revolutionized world Jewry, but also as one who cared about a widow in Israel who wanted to commit suicide...
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Gimmel Tammuz
Rabbi Israel Meir Lau served as the Chief Rabbi of Israel from 1993-2003, and today is the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv and the Chairman of Yad Vashem, The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority.
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Anonymous September 7, 2013

The Lubavitcher Rebbe A humble soul is a great soul, so few so many. May you be blessed for your utterances about the Lubavitcher Rebbe, A Jewish gift to all.

Thank you Rabbi Lau for your lecture from one heart to hearts Reply

Michael E. Zapin Boca Raton, FL July 31, 2012

I found myself riveted to your every word Rabbi Lau. I actually heard of your experience with the gentleman who declined to return to Eretz Israel with you, in order to be with his grandkids ("the captain of a dying ship") from my own Rabbi in Chabad of Parkland in Florida. I never met the Rebbe personally, but your reflections on the Rebbe so deeply touched me. Those of us that never had the fortune of meeting the Rebbe should be grateful to those that did and are willing to speak of their fortune, like you. You are a remarkable speaker. Thank you for sharing. Reply

Anonymous London, UK July 23, 2010

A Leader, An Activist, A Man with a Heart Thank you Rabbi Lau for a deeply moving and inspirational talk in which you spoke so profoundly and with great compassion and insight about the Rebbe.
Your talk came from the heart and went to the heart and so honoured 'A Man with a Heart' . Reply

Maria Martinez Monte Vista, Colorado June 23, 2010

A Leader, an activist, a Man with a Heart. Thank you Rabbi Lau for your lecture. I enjoyed it very much. Reply

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