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Zalman Posner

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Rabbi Zalman I. Posner (1927–2014) was a noted author and lecturer. He was rabbi of Congregation Sherith Israel of Nashville, Tennessee, for 53 years, and co-director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Nashville.
In 1941, Chabad opened a yeshivah for young boys at its headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn. In those years, Crown Heights was a very affluent Jewish community. There were about a dozen students at the time, and my brother Leibel and I were tw...
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Our forty-year desert sojourn is a metaphor for our long national history of wandering. It also infuses us with hope and purpose.
In commenting on one of the blessings in the Priestly Benediction, the Talmud reveals an important aspect of the Jew's attitude to Judaism.
Two censuses, taken at two times which could not be more dissimilar. But a singular message—and a message with a singular theme—emerges . . .
Anti-Semitism -- our fear of this scourge is deeply ingrained in our psyche. But how real is the threat?
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