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This Shabbat celebrates one of the most important days in the modern Chabad calendar. It is the anniversary of the passing of Rabbi Joseph Isaac Shneersohn, the 'previous' Chabad Rebbe, who maintained a strong Jewish infrastructure all throughout the communist era in the Former Soviet Union...

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