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November 20, 2017 5:18 pm at 5:18 pm in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1407522
Because not chabad mikvahs is build side by side the 2 mivkvas and in chabad it’s build “on top” of the other .November 19, 2017 1:45 pm at 1:45 pm in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1405779
Listen this is not only our rebbe but all other rabbeim chabad and not chabad and moshe rabbeinu and Any other tzaddik. The Tanya qoutes the Zohar saying that when a tzaddik leaves this world he is even more in this world then when he was alive צדיק מלא עולם he fills the world. Again this is not only chabad but all other tzaddikim as well . When a tzaddik does he is even more alive then before.November 19, 2017 1:45 pm at 1:45 pm in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1405780
Gezh means by some ppl that u r chabad on both sides all the way back. And other people define it as your grandfathers and great grandfathers learned in Neville.November 19, 2017 11:21 am at 11:21 am in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1405699
And how we priunounce words in Yiddish/Hebrew it depends on what the word is some words we pronounce like the litvaks and some words we pronounce like the chassidishe worldNovember 19, 2017 11:09 am at 11:09 am in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1405695
As I said before but my comment didn’t go thru. Is that if not for yud tes kisleiv there will be no chassidis. No satmar no bobbov no belz and no chabad. The gezeira was against chassidis that’s why the alter rebbe was in jail cuz the world want ready for chassidis yet. And gimmel Tammuz is when the rebbe left us . When u said gimmel Tammuz the friendlier rebbe was released from jail your almost right the date is yud Beis yud gimmel Tammuz.November 18, 2017 8:10 pm at 8:10 pm in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1405400
Sorry I didn’t mean to write “don’t” twice and the “s” on second line is a typo and the a got left out of any on the last lineNovember 18, 2017 7:18 pm at 7:18 pm in reply to: Does “Chasidish” refer to both Satmar and Lubavitch? #1405368
First of all we are chassiddim don’t don’t ever call us not chassiddim. We speak Yiddish in some of our schools but learn in Yiddish in all our schools and s few differences between us and litvish is that we all have beards and long ones and our hat is very similar to litvish. The “pinch” in our hat is very noticeable. And you can tell a Lubavitcher a mile a way weather male of female. And 2 the boys are not allowed to learn any English on Yeshiva / cheider while ny other chassidim they learn till 6th grade.
It’s exactly there is no such thing as coincidence אלץ איז השגחה פרטיס
Use a plastic cup
Obviously sara imeinu
The rebbe didn’t live in 770 that’s the shul
He lived on president st
And 2 hours after the parade is over the street is open. And by labor day the st is not even open till very late at night or early the next morning .
Or the killer clowns….
exactly was going to say that by us there was no throwing food (wasn’t alive then….) but everyone got the rebbe stood for hours and hours giving and making sure everyone got and didn’t get leg out.
Only thing I don’t get about it that the people aren’t careful not to step on sefarim. And Are they not embarrassed to be in front of their rebbe without a yarmulke (because it falls off when the run to grab).?October 15, 2017 1:39 pm at 1:39 pm in reply to: OMG 770Chabad, stop accusing YWN of hating Chabad! #1380779
Was saying cuz I write something and they don’t approve of it.
But someone else writes the same thing and hey approve it .
What I said before. Don’t remember exact wording . But what I said is that usually Israelis give the name not stam anyone else. And there are people with that name. Don’t remember what else I write before my comment got replaced .
Please start using punctuation and complete sentences. This is not the first or second time you have been asked. It is very difficult to read your posts.
Ch is getting new types of ppl….
Some satmars moved to the edge of ch and some MO in random places in ch
Come to CH lasts till 6am!
There’s also one in boro park on 18th? Av or 15th av I think
It had nothing to do with chabad what I was writing it was in a section that got closed yesterday about a ger who asked a question
No cuz was wondering y my comment wasn’t being posted it wasn’t of topic or anythingOctober 8, 2017 11:54 pm at 11:54 pm in reply to: OMG 770Chabad, stop accusing YWN of hating Chabad! #1379255
Lol!! Ik!!! But whatever I say is never allowed lol when there’s nothing wrong with it
Was just seeing if they were gonna post itOctober 8, 2017 7:54 pm at 7:54 pm in reply to: The likelihood of raising a half black child as yeshivish #1379156
What I was saying before
No ladies dance here in any shul
Imagine 3,000 ladies trying to dance in a area that fits 800 ladies (aka 770) lolOctober 8, 2017 7:26 pm at 7:26 pm in reply to: The likelihood of raising a half black child as yeshivish #1379137
Chabad has a lot of converts who are dark skinned ….
and also Asian and other …
This is a nice way to put it don’t mean to be racist
Chalav akum and stam r the same exact traif thing !!
Depends the multi grain cheerios you say a mezoinois but u bentch boirei nifusheois
Beauty is in the mitzvah not the decorations that’s why we don’t decorate our sukkas!!!!
That’s cuz they’re not taught
Well us too
Your right about the bigashmioud and beruchnious part …. but the way the niggun was “composed” I’m right
No the way I wrote it is the right way
The hanochas lcheider u mean ? He’s comes wrapped up in a Tallis and he licks honey off the aleph Beis (in chabad s Tanya ) and candies are thrown at him he usually goes to a Pre1a
Chalav akum is worse the. Eating chazer
Because if I’m kinda hungry shampoo is a good choice to make and of course it’s gotta be kosher
It is absolutely assur
chalav Avdei KochavimUMazolos cause sfeikis in emunah and other terrible things like lack of yiras shamayim rl
This march was played by the armies of Napoleon. When the Alter Rebbe, who opposed Napoleon, heard the tune, he transformed the tyrant’s anthem into a tool for spiritual victory, by designating it a Chassidic Niggun.
This march is remarkable for its joyous, rhythmic character. It was played in 1812 by the armies of Napoleon when they crossed the border near Prussia in their invasion of Russia. The Alter Rebbe had left his native town of Liadi when the armies of the enemy were approaching. He asked that the march be sung for him and, after a moment’s contemplation, designated the march as a song of victory.
It is traditional with Lubavitcher Chassidim to sing Napoleon’s march at the conclusion of the Ne’ilah service on Yom Kippur, before the sounding of the Shofar.
The singing of this melody symbolizes the victory of the Jewish people over “Satan” and that their prayers have been accepted and they are assured of a Happy New Year.
Chalav akum is a very terrible thing …
Because he was better for the yiddin beruchnious when the Russians were better begashmious
U mean Niggun Napolean(s) (march?)
And we end yoim kippur singing it right after shoifar
Right before moshiach comes there will be crazy happenings . Crazy discoveries and revelations of not only technology and crazy disasters but in also Torah and chassidis all these are part of the start of yimois moshiach don’t remember exactly the sicha but this is in my own words
The whole TishreiSeptember 19, 2017 8:31 pm at 8:31 pm in reply to: A Letter YWN Received On Sept 17 – Can Anyone Help Her? #1367434
Gaon similar story it’s a true story
A guy came to a rabbi and asked him to say Kaddish for his dog so the rabbi said come back tomorrow it’s a matter he couldn’t answer at that moment (he has to “lookup the answer “) so he said tehillim and went to sleep knowing everything will work out when the guy came back the next day he asked the rabbi , “nu?” So the rabbi said since one suede says you can only say kaddish for a Jewish departed soul and on the other hand u want Kaddish to be said for the dog but the question is is it permissible. We have a shulchan aruch stating that somebody in doubt weather he should say Kaddish or not he should listen to Simone who needs to say it and answer amen and by that he will fulfill the duty of saying Kaddish by answering amen During this time he learned some daavening and other things to do with yiddishkei now this guy is a frum guy shomer Torah and mitzvos
Apparently satmar holds NittelNacht on Jan 1