Photo Essay: Photos Of Shimon Peres Z’L With Various Gedolim And Admorim (Photos by JDN)

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Who is the Gadol or Admor in the sixth picture? And where was the third from last picture taken and who are the people in the picture aside of the Rebbe Shlita and Mr Peres?

  2. He had tremendous respect for the Gedolim. Truly a unique man.

    One question: does wearing a kippa give Bibi Netanyahu ‘godol hador’ or ‘rebbe’ status? 🙂

  3. To Yeshiva World Staff:

    Please explain why you write ZL on a Mechalal Shabbos.

    I see and understand that you are trying to paint a picture that a lot of Gdolim had a good relationship with him.

    But when a Yid doesn’t observe the Torah [even if you would say that it’s not his fault] he can’t and shouldn’t be called Zicroneh Livrocheh.

    I think that this is embarrassing the Torah Hakdosheh.

    I would appreciate if you could respond with an explanation.

    Thank You