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Video highlighting the relationship between the Lubavitcher Rebbe and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the Rebbe

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the Rebbe

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Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the Rebbe

Video highlighting the relationship between the Lubavitcher Rebbe and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Sharon, Ariel
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Jonas Weil Scottsdale, AZ via jccaspen.com January 19, 2014

Continuity of the Jewish People How do we get our children and our children's children to embrace rather than escape their Judaism? How do we improve upon the Judaism of our Fathers to develop continuity of our people? How do we step outside of (make changes in) Judaism to make it more relevant (not only to our children but our children's children?
We have lost two generations to intermarriage and assimilation. In order to move ahead, we need to let go of part of our past.Rather
than concentrate on our history, we should modernize our thinking and, though separate, become more understandable to the Nation
of God today.The "hora of life" should be danced with the participants facing outward rather than inward. We should not condemn dual heritage children but educate them to embrace all elements of their diversity and not be forced to make a choice. 2+2=5! Now that we are integrating by race, we should develop integration by thought. Courses in Judaic Studies should become Courses in Human Values. All people!
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Kit Sober Reno, NV January 17, 2014

Thanks. Need captions or transcript because am deaf Are there captions or transcript of this? Reply

Val Matsievskiy Salt Lake City, Ut via jewishutah.com January 17, 2014

Diaspora Sharon will be remembered. However he is like any human being made mistakes. G-D knows which. But for now, let him rest in peace. And let Israel find a solution with Palestinians and bring peeve to the Holly Land. Reply

gershom Paris January 15, 2014

wonderful A fitting tribute to a great man.
How much more of a zchus it must have been to see a tzadik and a great leader of the Jewish people in the same place. Reply

Anonymous TX, USA January 12, 2014

Gaza May He be blessed. If He would have only realized that to give away G-D land ( Gaza )... Reply

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