Grapevine: It’s raining Chabad

News briefs from around the capital.

December 3, 2015 16:34
3 minute read.
Chabad Rehavia sign

Chabad Rehavia sign. (photo credit: WWW.JERUSALEMCHABAD.ORG)


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• CHABAD CENTERS are in such close proximity to one another in the capital that it’s difficult for Chabad emissaries to refrain from encroaching on each other’s turf.

This week, for instance, the Chabad of Rehavia – headed by Rabbi Yisroel Goldberg and his wife, Shoshi – celebrated yod-tet Kislev, the “New Year for Hassidism,” in the Chabad Rehavia Center, though most of their major celebrations and Shabbat and festival services are held at the Great Synagogue or at Heichal Shlomo next door.


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