Rabnonim, Shluchim Call to Mark Chof Zayin Adar as a Yom Teffila

As we approach thirty years from Chof Zayin Adar, Shluchim, Rabonim & Mashpiim from around the world have called to set aside the day to add in Torah, Teffila & Tzedaka to bring Moshiach.

As we approach thirty years from Chof Zayin Adar, Shluchim, rabbonim and mashpi’im from around the world have called to set aside the day to add in Torah, Tefila and Tzedaka to bring Moshiach.

The letter of the rabbonim was written bhashgacha protis hours before the onset of war in Ukraine. Now, as we pray for the safety of our brethren in Ukraine, the content of their letter takes on an extra urgency, as we Daven for the only true & ultimate salvation when we will see the Rebbe again in his full glory.

The rabbonim called to A) Increase in saying Tehillim, especially as it is divided for the days of the week – for Monday from perek 30 to 50, and perokim 20, 22, 69, 120, 150.
B) To add in tzedaka – the amount that would normally be spent on two or three meals.
C) To increase in studying the Rebbe’s Torah, especially inyonei geulah umoshiach, and especially the last Torah we heard and received from the Rebbe; namely the Sicha of Vayakhel 5752, ma’amar V’atah Titzaveh, the Likkutei Sichos given out for Shabbos Vayakhel 5752, and the Sicha of 3 Shvat 5752.

The letter is signed by:
Rabbonim & Shluchim

Rabbi Gedalya Oberlander
Monsey, NY

Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Aharonov
Eretz Hakodesh

Rabbi Yehoram Ulman
Sydney, Australia

Rabbi Berel Bell
Montreal, Canada

Rabbi Yosef Braun
Brooklyn, NY

Rabbi Mendel Glucowsky
Rechovot, Eretz Hakodesh

Rabbi Yosef Shmuel Gerlitzky
Tel Aviv, Eretz Hakodesh

Rabbi Tzvi Grunblatt
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov
London, Englend

Rabbi Yitzchok Meir Hertz
London, U.K.

Rabbi Boruch Hertz
Chicago, Illinois

Rabbi Yitzchok Yehuda Yeruslavsky
Nachlas Har Chabad, Eretz Hakodesh

Rabbi Berel Lazar
Moscow, Russia

Rabbi Shmuel Lew
London, England

Rabbi Sholom Ber Lipskar
Bal Harbor, Florida

Rabbi Boruch Lesches
Monsey, NY

Rabbi Shamai Ende
Paulo, Brazil

Rabbi Avrohom Boruch Pevzner
Paris, France

Rabbi Mordechai Farkash
Bellevue, Washington

Rabbi Avrohom Korf
Miami, Florida

Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky
Brooklyn, NY

Rabbi Shlomo Cunin
Los Angeles, California

Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor
Bangkok, Thailand

Rabbi Levi Raskin
London, England

Rabbi Yosef Shusterman
Los Angeles, California

Rabbi Zushe Alperowitz
Kiryat Gat, Eretz Hakodesh

Rabbi Sholom Charitonov
Brooklyn, NY

Rabbi Zalman Gopin
Kfar Chabad, Eretz Hakodesh

Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Gourarie
Detroit, Michigan

Rabbi Shlomo Zarchi
Brooklyn NY

Rabbi Asher Farkash
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rabbi Nachman Shapiro
Brooklyn NY

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