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Poland’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Zbigniew Rau, awarded Chabad of Warsaw’s Rabbi Shalom Stambler an honorary badge, recognizing his 17 years of work advancing the revival of Poland’s Jewish life. “It’s heartening to see the Polish government’s concern for the renewed flourishing of Jewish life,” Rabbi Stambler said, “The work we do for the Jewish community here, and Ukrainian refugees, goes hand in hand with furthering Jewish-Polish dialogue.”

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  • BH” Mazal tov! Rabbi Shalom Ber Stambler, for your amazing and loyal mission in Polin during long time as a right representative of Rebe Lubavitch caring of the Jewish interests in Polin.
    Thanks to be here!!

  • BH” Mazal tov! Rabbi Shalom Ber Stambler, for your amazing and loyal mission in Polin during long time as a right representative of Rebe Lubavitch and Jewish interests in Polin.
    Thanks to be here!!

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