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It Happened in Our Community: Surfside Rabbi and Rebbetzin Share

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It Happened in Our Community: Surfside Rabbi and Rebbetzin Share

On the frontlines in helping families of the Surfside condominium collapse, Rebbetzin Chani and Rabbi Sholom Lipskar, of The Shul of Bal Harbour, will be sharing the feelings in their community, as they talk with Chana Weisberg about the history of The Shul, and its pivotal role in the aftermath of the tragedy.
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Surfside Condominium Collapse (2021)

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Anon via July 8, 2021

Thank you Reply

Bracha Adrezin Los Angeles July 4, 2021

Thank you for the wonderful and heartfelt interview.
What to say?
We are w/you and praying.
A Sichos of the Rebbe was found about searching through the rubble more than eighty years ago. Amazing. It was said as only the Rebbe can say it. He said one has to keep searching through the rubble and not give up. He then quoted the Gemara. Mind boggling.
Please [email protected] we should see miracles.
We are so sorry that you have had to shoulder so much of this.
May Hashem send you all of the Koach that is needed.
Mossiach already.
May Hashem bless you for all that you do and may there be Good News soon.
Bracha Reply

Rabbi Z. USA July 4, 2021

May God Bless Everyone - Absolutely beyond comprehension : ( Reply

Simone U.K. July 4, 2021

Great interview, I enjoyed it, but it’s a very sad time there in Surfside. Reply

Rita Forbes Clinton July 4, 2021

Rebbetzin Chani and Rabbi Sholom,

Thank you so much for a heartfelt interview filled with love, kindness, commitment, and words of wisdom. Also, thank you for reminding us not to take our lives for granted because things can change in a moment. We must be aware of our souls and others and love and respect each other in the now. Best wishes.

Prayerfully and Shalom, Reply