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Rabbi Adin Even Yisrael (Steinsaltz) sits down for a conversation at Chabad of Westmount in Montreal, Canada. In this frank and informal discussion, he talks about politics, love, family, and more with Murray Dalfen.

A Conversation with Rabbi Steinsaltz

A Conversation with Rabbi Steinsaltz

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A Conversation with Rabbi Steinsaltz

Rabbi Adin Even Yisrael (Steinsaltz) sits down for a conversation at Chabad of Westmount in Montreal, Canada. In this frank and informal discussion, he talks about politics, love, family, and more with Murray Dalfen.

This lecture was filmed at Chabad of Westmount in Montreal, Canada.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is internationally regarded as one of the leading rabbis of this century. The author of many books, he is best known for his monumental translation of and commentary on the Talmud. To learn more visit his website.
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Catherine new york May 11, 2013

better than americans? Not nice. Even though I am not sure if he was joking but as an American I think making a distinction between Americans and Canadians is not that much. They are providing tons of drugs to this country and has its own style if evil. I happen to thank America for giving my immigrant family the ability to elevate ourselves economically. Most good Americans today are marginalized unfortunately.
So just want to say this rabbi is quite knowledgeable and I am sure a good person. However America is a wonderful place. (Even though I will admit America seems to be losing its goodness since our government has become very very corrupt and the media has been compromised.) Reply