Tehillat Hashem

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Tehillat Hashem (תְּהִלַּת ה', "praise of God" in Hebrew) is the name of a prayer-book (known as a siddur in Hebrew) used for Jewish services in synagogues and privately amongst Hasidic Jews, specifically in the Chabad-Lubavitch community. It is based on the siddur called Torah Ohr[1] edited by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812) the founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, and follows the teachings of Rabbi Isaac Luria. It was first published by the Merkos L'Inionei Chinuch in 1945. It is the most popular siddur in the world (as it is used by the 300,000 Chabad families worldwide).[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Foreword to Siddur Tehillas Hashem, all-Hebrew edition, printed in Kefar Chabad, 2002.