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Rabbinical Students Bring Iceland’s Small Jewish Community Together

October 10, 2011 12:00 PM
Two rabbinical students dispatched to Iceland for an extended stay during the Hebrew month of Tishrei identified 22 more Jewish residents as part of an effort to strengthen unity and pride among members of the North Atlantic nation’s tiny community.
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Chabad-Lubavitch rabbinical students Berel Pewzner and Berel Grunblatt arrived in Iceland just before Rosh Hashanah to lead High Holiday prayer services for the island nation’s small Jewish community. In between holy days, they provided mezuzahs to anyone who wanted them.
Chabad-Lubavitch rabbinical students Berel Pewzner and Berel Grunblatt arrived in Iceland just before Rosh Hashanah to lead High Holiday prayer services for the island nation’s small Jewish community. In between holy days, they provided mezuzahs to anyone who wanted them.

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Anonymous Harrisburg, PA October 11, 2011

FYI Rabbi Berel Pewzner is not a "Rabbinical Student" - rather he is an ordained Rabbi. Reply