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Tammuz 12-13: birthday of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn (1880), and anniversary of his release from a capital sentence and imprisonment in Soviet Russia (1927)
Why the Rebbe risked his life for Judaism
Celebrating the Liberation of the Previous Rebbe
A 1985 satellite feed of a farbrengen with the Rebbe, of righteous memory
Footage from the Rebbe’s 1985 gathering in celebration of the birthdate (in 1880) of his father-in-law, the Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, R. Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, and the Sixth Rebbe’s release from Soviet incarceration (1927). The Sixth Rebbe was impriso...
12 Tammuz 5745 • July 1, 1985
The Stalinist regime that imprisoned my father-in-law, the Rebbe, in 1927, was then a superpower. Despite that, he defied his oppressors. He did not budge an inch in anything that jeopardized his principles. Even at the train station, about to be exiled, ...
Watch the dramatic story of the arrest and liberation of the Previous Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, with master storyteller Rabbi Yitzy Erps.
On the 12th of Tammuz in 1927, the Rebbe’s predecessor and father-in-law, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, was released from Soviet imprisonment.
Long before his bar mitzvah, the Previous Rebbe was already preoccupied with doing acts of kindness. At age eleven he established a free-loan fund, allowing him to help the needy in a dignified manner.
After the Rebbe’s liberation from Soviet-imposed exile, he delivered a Chasidic discourse expounding the verse: “You caused a vine to journey out of Egypt; You expelled nations and implanted it.” The Sages explain that just as a vine is uprooted from its ...
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