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ווידעאָ: הרבֿ קאַניעווסקיס זון דערציילט וועגן טאַטן אויף ייִדישVIDEO: Rabbi Kanievsky’s son speaks about his father in Yiddish

הרבֿ שלמה קאַניעווסקי גיט איבער וויכטיקע פּרטים פֿונעם טאַטנס לעבן און ווי ער האָט משפּיע געווען עטלעכע דורות ייִדן.

צוויי טעג נאָך דער פּטירה פֿונעם גרויסן ליטווישן פּוסק הרבֿ חיים קאַניעווסקי ז״ל האָבן זײַנע אָנהענגער פּראָדוצירט אַ ווידעאָ וועגן דעם גדול הדור.

אינעם ווידעאָ דערציילט זײַן זון, הרבֿ שלמה קאַניעווסקי, אינטערעסאַנטע פּרטים פֿון זײַן טאַטנס לעבן און ווי אַזוי ער האָט משפּיע געווען אויף עטלעכע דורות ייִדן.

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