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הרבנית מנוחה רחל סלונים

הרבנית מנוחה רחל סלונים היתה אגדה עוד בחייה. היא זכתה לתארים רבים – צדקת, בעלת סגולות וישועות, אם חב"ד בחברון, או סתם 'הסבתא'. אבל אולי אין תואר יותר מכובד מאשר – נכדת אדמו"ר הזקן, ובת אדמו”ר האמצעי.

20.1.15, 21:12
Rebbetzin Menucha Rachel Slonim was a legend in her lifetime. She has received many titles - righteous, virtuous and saved, whether Chabad in Hebron, or just a grandmother, but perhaps no more dignified than the granddaughter of the old Rebbe and the daughter of the middle Rebbe. The immediate proximity of the Chabad Lubavitcher Rebbe gave the Rebbetzin wonderful powers, which to this day are telling us with admiration: how the great rabbis would stand in front of her room with a tremor of holiness, to receive a blessing; How she saved the Jews of Hebron time after time from the provocation of Arab tyrants and heads of Bedouin gangs; How the flood that threatened to flood the city ceased, just as the water almost reached the Rebbetzin's Sabbath candles; How she cured the Arab Sheik's daughter and caused him to support and defend the Jews of the city; more and more.
Rebbetzin Menucha Rochel was born on a special date in the history of Hasidism - the 19th of Kislev 5789 - the holiday of redemption in which the old Rebbe was released from prison in Russia, and he was given the name Menucha Rachel: His daughter who died years before, and "rest" because from now on, he said, "rest will be ours." When she grew up, the Rebbetzin married Rabbi Yaakov Slonim, and her sister married the future Tzemach Tzedek Rebbe, and her father, the middle Rebbe, strove to strengthen the Chabad community in Hebron, bought the small synagogue near the Avraham Avinu Synagogue and her brother-in-law, Tzemach Tzedek, chose a group of selected families to increase and strengthen the community. Among them was the Slonim family. Hebron of those days was a small family. The Slonim family soon became a central place. The Rebbetzin was recognized as a great personality and had many miracles, and she stood at the right hand of the Yishuv many times. She won the sons and sons of the sons, and died in good old age on the 24th of Shevat 1888. She also purified herself, prayed and dressed in shrouds, and even managed to assure her granddaughter, Mochka Deborah, who was about to be married, that Allah would take care of a house. This granddaughter had indeed lived in her grandmother's apartment.
The Rebbetzin was buried in the ancient cemetery of Chabad in Hebron and her descendants continued to carry important roles: Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Slonim was the last Ashkenazic rabbi of the ancient Hebron community, and his son Eliezer Dan Slonim was the manager of the Anglo-Palestine Bank. But the end of the community was tragic: in the 1929 riots, Eliezer and his family were murdered, and only Shlomo, a year old, was seriously wounded and rescued. After the liberation of Hebron the score was discovered and redeemed by the late Prof. Ben Zion Tavger. But when the government discussed the Hebron distribution lines in 1996, it suddenly became clear that the negotiators on behalf of the Israeli government did not read the map properly, and that the Chabad section, including the rabbi's grave, was handed over to the Palastinian authorities. In Hebron, who were anxiously following the negotiations, they understood the significance of this, and called on the leaders of Chabad. Thousands of requests and protests poured into the Prime Minister's office at the time, when he realized he had mistakenly asked Arafat to agree to transfer the place back to Israeli rule, Chabad Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Gutnick of Australia. Years later, it became clear that Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish community was under fire from terrorists and snipers Every day, the IDF searched for a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire. It turned out that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. Knowledgeable people said at the time: The Jewish community in Hebron saved the rabbinical grade, and now the Rebbetzin saved the community. The salvation continued for many years after her departure ... a prize. When he realized by mistake, he asked Arafat to agree to transfer the place back to Israeli rule, and he agreed in return for far-reaching concessions. This was how the Rabbanit's burial place was taken advantage of by the Palestinian Authority and, after years, was rebuilt with the donation of Chabad Governor Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Gutnick of Australia. Years later, it turned out that the Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish settlements were under fire from terrorists and snipers every day, the IDF sought a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire: It was then discovered that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. a prize. When he realized by mistake, he asked Arafat to agree to transfer the place back to Israeli rule, and he agreed in return for far-reaching concessions. This was how the Rabbanit's burial place was taken advantage of by the Palestinian Authority and, after years, was rebuilt with the donation of Chabad Governor Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Gutnick of Australia. Years later, it turned out that the Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish settlements were under fire from terrorists and snipers every day, the IDF sought a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire: It was then discovered that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. And he accepted in return for far-reaching concessions. This was how the Rabbanit's burial place was taken advantage of by the Palestinian Authority and, after years, was rebuilt with the donation of Chabad Governor Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Gutnick of Australia. Years later, it turned out that the Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish settlements were under fire from terrorists and snipers every day, the IDF sought a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire: It was then discovered that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. And he accepted in return for far-reaching concessions. This was how the Rabbanit's burial place was taken advantage of by the Palestinian Authority and, after years, was rebuilt with the donation of Chabad Governor Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Gutnick of Australia. Years later, it turned out that the Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish settlements were under fire from terrorists and snipers every day, the IDF sought a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire: It was then discovered that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. Years later, it became clear that Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish community was under fire from terrorists and snipers Every day, the IDF searched for a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire. It turned out that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. Knowledgeable people said at the time: The Jewish community in Hebron saved the rabbinical grade, and now the Rebbetzin saved the community. The salvation continued for many years after her departure ... Years later, it became clear that Rebbetzin Gamla was good for those who worked to save Ziona: When the Oslo terror war broke out on Rosh Hashana 5760, and the Jewish community was under fire from terrorists and snipers Every day, the IDF searched for a suitable place to observe and control the sources of fire. It turned out that the Rabbanit plot controlled the entire city and enabled the IDF to protect the Jewish community. Knowledgeable people said at the time: The Jewish community in Hebron saved the rabbinical grade, and now the Rebbetzin saved the community. The salvation continued for many years after her departure ...
Now, the Rabbanit's designation is an accepted prayer site. Next to it, the Kollel operates a Chabad House, and the renovation of the magnificent Beit Midrash next to it is completed, and on the 24th of this year, 120 years since its departure, many thousands are expected to arrive from all over the country and the world. Rebbetzin Menucha Rachel is the closest person to the Lubavitcher Rebbe who is in Eretz Yisrael, and as such has special significance and holiness: Now that the people of Israel need salvation and salvation from the disastrous Annapolis process, which threatens to turn the entire State of Israel into a Qassam-stricken area like Sderot, Many believe that the right place for prayer and cry is the Rabbanit Zion, and thanks to it, so everyone hopes, the true and complete redemption will finally come, by the Messiah of our righteousness, who will certainly be from her family ...