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I have learned that for a limited time only the author will still be able to include references to a few more events and stories. More important, the publisher has agreed to accept additional dedication pages.

This book is sure to become not just a must read for all admirers of Rabbi Carlebach, but also the classic reference work for future studies about Reb Shlomo. It is being published as volume 4 in the popular Modern Jewish Lives Series put out by Urim, the dynamic publishers of Judaica in America and Israel. The author, Rabbi Dr. Natan Ophir (Offenbacher), graduated Yeshiva University, received rabbinic ordination at Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem, and obtained an MA and Ph.D. in Jewish philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where he served as the campus rabbi for 16 years.

Please share this news with your friends immediately or risk being too late. This is a unique opportunity for you to be included in a monumental undertaking. Write today for more information to Natan21@zahav.net.il

Rabbi Aaron I. Reichel, Esq.
New York, NY

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