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Troye Sivan “Tell Me Why” in Memory of the Mumbai Victims [Video]

By , Los Angeles, CA

(lubavitch.com) On Monday, June 8th, over five hundred people attended Chabad of the Valley’s dinner celebrating its 36th anniversary. Its first center was opened in 1973 by Rabbi Joshua B, Gordon, Spiritual Leader of Chabad of Encino and Executive Director of Chabad of the Valley. Currently, the organization has 23 centers serving the greater Valley area.

At the dinner, Troye Sivan of X-Men fame sang a heartwarming song in memory of Chabad representatives Gabi and Rivkah Holtzberg O.B.M who were murdered in Mumbai earlier this year.

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