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Those who met Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson say they learned a lot about human dignity from her.
The Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s Cardiologist
On Shemini Atzeres 1977, after the Rebbe suffered a massive heart attack, Dr. Ira Weiss flew in from Chicago to join the medical team treating the Rebbe. Subsequently, he became the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s cardiologist.
Mrs. Leah Kahan is a relative of the Rebbetzin. Here she recalls some memories of her visits to the Rebbetzin.
Rabbi Shmuel Lew’s father-in-law, Zalmon Jaffe, would visit the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s home in Brooklyn, New York. As a result, Rabbi Lew had the privilege of visiting the home as well.
Mrs. Hadassa Carlebach is a relative of the Rebbetzin. Here she recalls some memories of her visits to the Rebbetzin.
The Rebbetzin exerted a powerful influence on the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, but kept herself out of the limelight.
The Impact of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka
The first thing I was shown was her picture. Unquestionably, she was a very beautiful woman. She was stunning. And yet, there was something about her that was so graceful, so royal, so holy.
Mrs. Danièle Gorlin Lassner’s parents and grandparents knew the Rebbe and Rebbetzin from Europe. On this occasion in 1987, she accompanied her parents to visit the Rebbetzin.
In honor of the Rebbetzin’s birthday, the Rebbe encouraged everyone to celebrate the Hebrew anniversary of their birth in a spiritually uplifting and inclusive manner.
Attorney Nathan Lewin was one of Chabad’s main lawyers in the federal court case over ownership of the Previous Rebbe’s library. He tells the events which led up to the case, and the vital roles of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin in that court victory (1985 – 198...
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