Naftali Tzvi Labin of Ziditshov

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Naftali Tzvi Labin of Ziditshov
Ziditshoiver Rebbe
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Naftali Tzvi Labin of Ziditshov
Full name Naftali Tzvi Labin
Born c. 1916
Zhydachiv
Dynasty Zidichov
Predecessor ?
Successor Grand Rabbi Yeshaya Labin
Father Alexander Yom Tov Lipa Labin
Wife ? Labin
Children Alexander Yom Tov Lipa
Shlomo Dov
Moshe
Yeshaya
Aharon Maier
Yitzchak Isaac
Hinda
Esther Malka

Naftali (also spelled NAFTULA[1]) Tzvi Labin of Zidichov (נפתלי צבי לאבין מזידיטשוב) (c. 1916 – March 6, 2009)[2] was the Zidichover Rebbe. He was born in Ziditshoiv, Galicia, which was then a province of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, where this Hasidic group was first founded by Rabbi Tzvi Hirsh of Zidichov. He later replanted the movement in London, and then in Brooklyn, New York, and Monticello, New York.

Labin was very close to many rebbes of the previous generation, including Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum of Satmar, Rabbi Aharon Rokeach of Belz, Rebbe Moshe Yitzchak Gevirtzman (Reb Itzikl) of Pshevorsk, and Rebbe Yaakov Leiser (Reb Yankele) of Pshevorsk.

Zidichov today[edit]

After the Rebbe of Ziditchov, Naftali Tzvi Labin, died, his son Rabbi Yeshaya Labin was crowned as Grand Rebbe of Ziditchov.

Aphorism[edit]

"If you listen to, and you do what and when evil wants you to do, evil owns you. If you say to evil ok I’ll do it, 'just let me have 5 minutes before doing it' you are still his friend, but he does not own you."[citation needed]

Children[edit]

  • Rabbi Sender Lipa Labin
  • Rabbi Shlomo Dov Labin, rabbi of Zidichov-London
  • Rabbi Moshe Labin, chrdam-Drubitsher Rebbe
  • Rabbi Yeshaya Labin, Zidichover Rabbi
  • Rabbi Aharon Maier Labin, Bolchav Rov in Williamsburg
  • Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac Labin, (soon to be) Zidichover Rov in Bnei Brak

Rabbi Labin also has two daughters, who are both married to Hasidic rebbes:

  • Rebbe Dovid Kohn — the present Toldos Aharon Rebbe in Jerusalem
  • Rabbi Elimelech Segal-Loewy of Tosh — son of Rebbe Meshulam Feish

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