Rav Zalman Leib Teitelbaum of Satmar Visits Miami Chabad Yeshiva


rav-zalman-leib-teitelbaumRav Zalman Leib Teitelbaum of Satmar visited Chabad’s Yeshiva Gedola in Miami Beach, Florida, on Sunday. Rav Zalman Leib has been spending a few days in Miami Beach as he takes a break from his regular busy schedule.

Rav Zalman Leib leads his large kehillah in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Rav Zalman Leib davened Mincha and Maariv with the Lubavitcher bochurim of the yeshiva and then spoke to them.

{Shmiel Gellman-Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. I’m sure this article will be saturated with all the ‘ashrecha yisroel’ or “mi kemacha yisroel” comments that we can overcome our difference
    Its a sad state of affairs when we think klal yisroel is great because two factions can interact with each other like normal humans

  2. I have been davening with the Rebbe in Kahal Chassidim in N. Miami Beach every day since his arrival. I am also very aware of his schedule here. He is on vacation having come here to relax. He davens every day in Kahal Chassidim.

  3. The Rebba is staying in “North” Miami Beach for 2 weeks, where there is no Pritzus and insists on walking home after every Tfilah which is about a 15 minute walk. We at Khal Chasidim are recharging the Rebba so he can continue with his Avodas HaKodesh when he returns to N.Y.

  4. it was a very nice Visit, and for the Satmer Rebbe to go to a Chabad Yeshiva now that’s CHESED H’ “Mi Kemacha Yisroel” well here in Miami we welcome all good things. ChesedOfFlorida.org

  5. There are four sentences in the article. All four begin with ‘Rav Zalman Leib’.

    To the author: use a pronoun.
    Your writing is cumbersome and sounds pompous.

  6. He Davened at the Kerestir Shteeble Sunday morning shachris. He has davened every day Mincha Maariv at Kahal Chassidim including Shachris, except this past Sunday morning when he went to Kerestir. He also davened Shabbos in Kahal Chassidim.

  7. Hi Michael in Seattle! It is not Derech Eretz to speak of someone whom we respect using a pronoun. Cumbersome though it may seem, we use the full name whenever the person is referred to. I remember as a child being chastised by my mother if ever in the course of a conversation I referred to my father as “he” or “him”. Here in the democratic, we-are-all-equal US of A, these rules of Derech Eretz are for the most part forgotten, but in the Torah world they are alive and well. Ever overhear your friend or neighbour address his Rav in the third person, as in, “Does Rebbe want…?”, “does Rebbe think…?” etc instead of, “Do you…” ?If you have never heard this, that is sad. It was almost unheard of in prewar Europe (Yekke, Chassidish, Litvish, etc) to hear a child or talmid (including an adult child or student) refer to his parent or Rebbe as “you”; the third person was always deferentially used. Even now in the anything-goes-be-yourself 21st century there are fortunately still people who behave in a respectful manner, and do not consider everyone to be their equal.

  8. “Ever overhear your friend or neighbour address his Rav in the third person”

    Yes, I heard of it (Brachot 27b) and I do that. But that is when directly talking to a Rav or Moreh, not writing an article about him.

  9. #7 you shouldn’t be the one’s commenting on an internet website! What are you doing on the computer, checking out this website?
    Are they also reporting on every ther Rav or Rebbe, or ehrlicher yid where they go for vacation? Such valuable news…wow