Let Us Unite Once Again in Our Commitment to the Rebbe

In 1951, when the Rebbe assumed leadership of Chabad Lubavitch, chasidim signed a collective Ksav Hiskashrus, and sent the Rebbe their commitment to him in writing. We, as chasidim, need to set aside our differences, and come together again for our Rebbe.

Last night, chasidim gathered outside 770, and the display of achdus was unprecedented.

Thousands of chasidim.

United, celebrating the monumental 120th birthday of the Rebbe on Yud Alef Nissan.

Men, woman, and children, renewing their commitment.

We are chasidim of the Rebbe, and we want, and indeed NEED the Rebbe to take us out of Golus.

A call to action was announced by Rabbi Raskin, of Unitedfortherebbe.com.

Something needed to be done.

In 1951, when the Rebbe assumed leadership of the Chabad Lubavitch movement, chasidim signed a collective Ksav Hiskashrus, and sent the Rebbe their commitment to him in writing.

We, as chasidim, need to set aside our differences, and come together for our Rebbe.

A global “ksav hiskashrus” is being composed, where chasidim are literally signing on the dotted line, committing themselves to the Rebbe, along with a hachlata tova.

Thousands have joined the cause, endorsed by rabonim on different sides of the philosophical spectrum.

רצוננו לראות את מלכנו

But alas, אין מלך בלא עם.

It’s time we come together as the עם.

Visit unitedfortherebbe.com, and let’s show our Rebbe that we are truly united, for the Rebbe.

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