Brooklyn, NY – Thousands Attend Borough Park Rubashkin Gathering [video]

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    Thousands Attend Borough Park Rubashkin Gathering Credit: Dee VochBrooklyn, NY – A massive gathering was held in Borough Park last night to show support for Shalom Mordechai Rubashkin who is scheduled to be sentenced today. So many people came to show their support at the Bais Yaakov of Borough Park Hall that video screens were set up in classrooms, the lunchroom and the street to accommodate the overflow.

    Approximately three to five thousand people were in attendance at the event, which lasted from 9 PM until 12:30 AM. The event began with Tehillim from the Belzer Dayan, Rabbi Gross, followed by R’ Pinchas Lipshitz, publisher of the Yated.

    Reb Avraham Schorr spoke for approximately twenty minutes, suggesting that perhaps the reason that the secular courts are treating one of our own so harshly is that we ourselves have given power to the secular courts to decide the course of our lives by choosing to resolve our disputes there instead of taking matters to Beis Din.

    Chazan Meir Boruch Cohen sang a touching rendition of Acheinu Kol Beis Yisroel, accompanied by the Shira Choir and was followed by the son in law of the Satmar Rebbe of Kiryas Joel, Rov Shimon Zev Meisels, Rov of Yismach Moshe in Kiryas Joel. Prominent attorney Nathan Lewin, who is expected to represent Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin in his appeal, spoke in both Yiddish and English.

    The final speaker of the evening was Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin’s son, Getzel Rubashkin.

    video screens were set up on the street to accommodate the overflow. Credit Dee Voch

    Reb Avraham Schorr speaking

    Outside on street

    Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin’s son, Getzel Rubashkin

    attorney Nathan Lewin


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