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Ohel, The

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Ohel, The: (lit. “tent”); in chassidic usage, the structure built over the resting place of a tzaddik and frequented by chassidim in prayer.
A community's visit to the resting place of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of Lubavitch on his fifth yahrzeit, Tammuz 3, 5759—June 17, 1999
Visiting the resting place of the Rebbe
The gravesite of the Lubavither Rebbe, of righteous memory, is known as “The Ohel”. Thousands from across the globe stream regularly to visit this sacred place for prayer and blessing.
Rabbi Chaim Yehuda Krinsky served in various positions of Chabad's administrative staff since 1954, and as a personal secretary and press director for the Rebbe. In this presentation, he recalls some of the most memorable moments and details of when the R...
Why do we travel to the resting place of a tzaddik? What happens during our visit there? What kind of connection can one still have with one's teacher after the teacher has passed on?
The Rebbe visits resting place of his predecessor, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn
Circa 5725-1965
The Rebbe visits the Ohel, resting place of his father-in-law and predecessor Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok of Lubavitch, in the Sir Moses Montifiore Cemetery in Queens, New York.
January 15, 1992
On the 42nd Yahrzeit of his father-in-law, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch, the Rebbe spends many hours at the Ohel.
29 Elul, 5744 • September 26, 1984
On Erev Rosh Hashanah, the Rebbe visits the Ohel, resting place of his father-in-law and predecessor, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch.
Five teens describe what visiting the Rebbe’s resting place means to them.
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