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Satmar Rebbe Dancing Mitzvah Tanz In Israel, Satmar Rebbe Of Williamsburg Rabbi Zalman Leib Teitelbaum Dancing Mitzvah Tanz At The Wedding Of His Granddaughter In Bet Shemesh, Israel Wednesday January 23 2013 Jerusalem - The children of two prominent Hassidic rabbis -- the daughter of Rabbi Chaim Tzvi Teitelbaum, head of the Jerusalem branch of Satmar, and the son of Rabbi Shaya Labin Ziditshov of Williamsburg, Brooklyn -- were wed to one another on Wednesday, January 23, 2013. Thousands attended the wedding ceremony and reception which was held in Beit Shemesh, Israel. The bride's grandfather, Rabbi Zalman Leib Teitelbaum (the Satmar Rebbe), was also in attendance. After months of meticulous planning on both sides of the Atlantic, the Satmar Grand Rabbi, Rabbi Zalman Teitelbaum, traveled to Israel on Saturday night, January 19th, in order to celebrate the wedding of his granddaughter. This visit is the first time in thirty years that a Satmar Grand Rabbi has traveled to Israel and marks the first time that Rabbi Teitelbaum will go to Israel as Grand Rabbi of the Satmar chasidim. The Grand Rabbi is expected to be accompanied on his trip by thousands of his followers from all across the globe. Rabbi Teitelbaum has been the leader of the large and influential chasidic sect for the past seven years, having inherited the position upon the death of his father, Rabbi Moses Teitelbaum, who was the leader of the Satmar chasidim for thirty five years until his death in 2006 at the age of 92. The Satmar congregation consists of a main synagogue in Williamsburg at 152 Rodney Street as well as over thirty smaller synagogues, separate schools that educate approximately19,000 boys and girls and numerous charitable funds and organization. The congregation also has its own cemetery and matza bakery.

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