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Isiah Rosenbaum, Orthodox Leader, Dies

April 2, 1929
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Isiah Rosenbaum, one of the wealthiest Orthodox Jews in Warsaw, died here at the age of 61. He was vice-president of the Executive Committee of the Warsaw Kehillah and prominent in the Agudath Israel movement.

An incident occurred during the funeral services at the cemetery. Deputy H. Farbstein, leader of the Mizrachi and president of the Kehillah Council, was delegated by the Council to speak at the services. At the cemetery. Agudah youths resented the appearance of the Mizrachi leader, an opponent of the Agudists. They interrupted him in the middle of his address, shouting “Infidel.”

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