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Hollander, R. David B.

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In his last-known recorded speech, Rabbi David B. Hollander of the Hebrew Alliance-F.R.E.E. synagogue in the Brighton Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., speaks about a unique language. Taking the microphone at the groundbreaking of his synagogue’s new ...
Rabbi David B. Hollander, a longtime orator who worked tirelessly to defend Jewish faith and practice, passed away at the age of 96 last month, having never retired from the pulpit.
circa 1985
Rabbi Hollander, a well-known rabbinic activist and past president of the Rabbinical Council of America, informs the Rebbe of his plans for retirement.
15 Elul, 5751· August 25, 1991
If you will write an article asking Jewish leaders to march in solidarity in Crown Heights, it should only mention the positive goal of such a demonstration; it should not resurrect, or immortalize in print, negative events of the past.
Rabbi Dovid Hollander visits the Rebbe and discusses returning to Soviet Russia to help the Jews being oppressed under the Communist regime.
The very fact that you mention this issue to me is an indication that you can do more.
It’s the 19th of Kislev today. The Alter Rebbe promised the chasidim victory, and you’re included in that. You’re included in the victory of the chasidim.
You should encourage everyone you encounter at the hospital to give charity. There is an opinion in the Talmud that the non-Jews are also obligated in this commandment.
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