For 22 Shvat, when the Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka a”h passed away, we will focus on her care and concern for others, even when it was at her personal expense. * Stories about her devotion to the Rebbe and Klal Yisroel.
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This Shabbos (Yisro) is Chaf Beis Shvat. It marks the 29th Yahrtzait of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, as well as the Kinus HaShluchos.
R’ Amram Malka is a well-known figure among Anash of Rishon L’Tziyon. He was born in Morocco to a large family numbering thirteen children. During the 1950’s, at the height of the second wave of aliya, he came with his family to Eretz Yisroel. In 5718, he joined the Talmud Torah that was a branch of the Tomchei T’mimim yeshiva in the Pardes in Lud. Afterward, he continued his studies in the yeshiva in Kfar Chabad, and before the New Year 5726 he traveled to the Rebbe for his K’vutza year.
As discussed above, the ruling is stated clearly, leaving no room for doubt (not even room for a doubt in the realm of k’dusha, holiness). And there is no reason to revisit the issue. In fact, the decision has already been made. * May the elimination of all these doubts discussed above bring about the elimination of doubt regarding when Moshiach will finally arrive, insofar as he is already coming and we see him in plain view, and “he points with his finger and he says, ‘that is him!’”
Shemi Rokeach is a Belzer Chassid on his father’s side but is from the glorious Schneerson family on his mother’s side. Thanks to this, he had an unusual relationship with Beis Rebbi. * In honor of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka’s birthday on 25 Adar II, we present special memories of the Rebbetzin whom Shemi visited dozens of times and with whom he spoke by phone every Friday!