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The Rabbi of the Far East

Personal Memories of a Relationship with the Rebbe

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The Rabbi of the Far East: Personal Memories of a Relationship with the Rebbe

Rabbi Marvin Tokayer who served as the Rabbi to the Far East from 1968-1981 reveals how several personal encounters with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory, influenced his path in life.
Far East, The, Japan, Yechidut

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R.Silber Yerushalayim IHK June 25, 2013

Fascinating and mind expanding. Rabbi Tokayer speaks with a humility born from service to Klal Yisrael. Reply

Dovid Sholom Pape Brooklyn, NY August 4, 2011

Over 30 years ago, while we were on shlichus in Buffalo, my wife's doctor gave us a copy of your book, The Fugu Plan, saying that he thought we would find it of interest. We still have the book, and over the years many people have discovered it in our bookshelves and perused its pages. Your interview was fascinating - riveting is a better word, - and very moving. Thank you so much, Rabbi, and I'm sure you realize, that you are still the Rebbe's shliach. Those who bless should be blessed, ie, you and your family, with long life, good health, and to be of service to the Jewish community. Reply

Marsha O'Leary Toronto, Canada July 14, 2011

Excellent Discussion I have listened to many classes/videos from this website..and I have to say that I enjoyed this discussion so much. Thanks for sharing your story Rabbi, it was very inspiring and informative. Reply

Hersh Leib Begun sao ppaulo , Brasil July 14, 2011

A thank's 12 Tamuz 5771

I farbrenged today with this tape with Rabbi Moishe Tokayer. It's amazing and wonderful. Thank you very much. Reply

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