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Rabbi Nissen Mangel is a renowned scholar, author and speaker, and serves as rabbi of congregation Ksav Sofer in Brooklyn, NY.
Rabbi Nissen Mangel recalls that shortly after the Rebbe sent him to Lakewood, New Jersey, to teach chasidic philosophy in a non-chasidic yeshiva, he was approached by an impatient student eager to study Tanya – at one o’clock in the morning. (Late 1950s)
Rabbi Nissen Mangel addresses 700 students at Colorado State University sharing his first-hand experiences in the Nazi death camps and a message of strong Jewish pride.
A story of survival, faith and triumph
At the tender age of ten, Rabbi Nissen Mangel miraculously evaded the notorious ‘selection’ and the gas chambers to become Auschwitz’s youngest inmate. Marking his bar-mitzvah by wearing tefillin, he miraculously survived the infamous Death March and went...
Rabbi Nissen Mangel, a prominent author and scholar, was a yeshiva student in Montreal, Canada, when he brought a friend from a non-Chabad background to spend Shabbos in Crown Heights and have an audience with the Rebbe. (Late-1950s)
“Don’t sign anything. Don’t allow the doctor to abort the child. Tell him you insist he do everything possible to save the baby and the mother.”
Rabbi Nissen Mangel recalls a story about his father-in-law, to whom the Rebbe paid a personal visit in the hospital (circa early-1970's)
A child survivor of Auschwitz
Rabbi Nissen Mangel was a 10-year-old child when he came to the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz. There he witnessed unspeakable atrocities, but he also witnessed amazing acts of faith. In this moving and powerful talk, Rabbi Mangel tells his firsthand accoun...
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