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Rabbi Moshe Feller is among the senior shluchim (emissaries) of the Lubavitcher Rebbe; he has been reaching out to fellow Jews in his native Minnesota since the early ’60s.
On the 21st Yahrzeit of Rabbi JJ Hecht
Rabbi Moshe Feller, the chief Chabad emissary to Minnesota, shares personal stories of how legendary Jewish activist, Rabbi JJ Hecht, showed him how "a red-blooded American" could be the model of a passionately committed Jew.
1972
Rabbi Moshe Feller is the Head Shliach of Minnesota. In 1972, he invited bestselling author Herman Wouk to speak at his dinner in honor of the Rebbe’s 70th birthday.
The Rebbe had called for an intensification of the campaign to get Jewish men to put on tefillin. I thought of taking advantage of the regional B'nai Brith Youth Convention. What a statement that would be — close to two hundred B'nai Brith boys performing...
I was at my father’s side in the empty prep room. The room was silent; just the two of us. Suddenly—this could happen only in Israel—someone swung open the door and jabbed his head in. “I’m looking for my friend . . .”
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