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Nyet, Nyet Nikavo

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Misha is still sullen, taciturn and lost in thought. A life spent as an officer in the Soviet army has left him numb to ritual. Yet something drew him to this place . . .
29 Elul, 5740-1980
The Rebbe begins this Russian Niggun, “There is none other than You.”
Children’s Rally, 18 Nissan, 5748 • April 5, 1988
A song in Russian: “G-d is One, His name is One, besides Him there is no one.”
"Nyet Nyet Nikavo"
This nigun was sung by Reb Michoel Dworkin, a prominent chosid, upon the Release of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson from Soviet imprisonment in 1927.
12 Tammuz, 5745 • July 1, 1985
A song in Russian: “G-d is One, His name is One, besides Him there is no one.”
12 Tammuz, 5744 • July 12, 1984
A song in Russian: “G-d is One, His name is One, besides Him there is no one.”
A song in Russian: “G-d is One, His name is One, besides Him there is no one.”
This song is a courageous and defiant declaration of absolute faith in G‑d.
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