In honor of Tes and Yud Kislev, students of HaMesivta got a chance to read from a Sefer Torah that was used by the Mitteler Rebbe.
By Anash.org reporter
Bochurim from HaMesivta yeshiva in Canarsie got a chance to read from a Sefer Torah that was used by the Mitteler Rebbe in honor of Tes and Yud Kislev.
The Sefer Torah is housed in a shul in Flatbush and is only taken out of the Aron Kodesh on special occasions. The Rabbi of the shul is a descendant of the Mitteler Rebbe, and he received the Torah as an inheritance after it was passed down through the generations.
On Thursday, the yeshiva traveled to the Shul to daven shacharis and read from the Torah. The trip was arranged by Rabbi Moshe Lieblich, head of HaMesivta, in honor of Tes Kislev, the birthday and yom hilula of the Mitteler Rebbe, and Yud Kislev, the day he was released from Tsarist prison.
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