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"In England, Judaism is degenerating and no one cares about its fate" - letter from the Admor Rabbi Yeruham Leiner of Radzin

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Letter in the handwriting and signature of the Admor Rabbi Yeruham Leiner of Radzin - 6 Days of Slichot, 1944.

In his letter, the Rebbe introduces "and since these days are days of forgiveness, I will also say I am sorry ..." and expresses his sorrow at the spiritual situation in England, The city where he was sitting at the time: "In England, Judaism is degenerating and no one cares about its fate", And asks if there is in the mind of the recipient Rabbi "Ish Eshkolot glorified in praise ... Rabbi Hillel Shlita" to come to London soon, and doubles in blessings.

The Admor Rabbi Yeruham Leiner of Radzin [1888-1964] The nephew of the Admor Rabbi Gershon Hanoch HaAnich Ba'al "Sidrei Tahorot" - Ba'al HaTchelet (Rabbi Yeruham wore a Tzizit from Rabbi Gershon's creation). A famous Iluy and genius, even in his youth he was known as a great Talmid Chacham and corresponded with the great rabbis of the time, such as the Maharsha'm from Brezhan and more. In 1931 he emigrated to England and lived in the Cricklewood neighborhood of London, where he served as a Admor. In 1950, he moved to the United States and established his Beit Midrash in the Boro Park neighborhood. Author the books: "Notes on the Jerusalemite", "Notes on the Zohar", "Zikaron L'Rishonim", and more.

[1] leaf. Official stationery. 27x21 cm. Very good condition.

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216. "In England, Judaism is degenerating and no one cares about its fate" - letter from the Admor Rabbi Yeruham Leiner of Radzin