The line to visit the Ohel for a brief few seconds extended for over three hours on Thursday as thousands arrived from around the world; The ‘pan kloli’ was read in the afternoon.
Thousands of men, women and children visited the Rebbe’s Ohel over all hours of the day on Thursday, Gimmel Tammuz.
Lines to enter the Ohel operate in a non-stop fashion, giving each visitor a few brief seconds to read their pan while walking through.
In the afternoon, when the crowds are the largest, the line extended out of the cemetery and down the block, and the wait was over three hours.
In the afternoon, a pan kloli was read at the Ohel by Rabbi Avremel Shemtov, accompanied by Rabbi Berel Mockin and Rabbi Yisroel Shmotkin.