Chief Rabbi of Iran Yehuda Gerami expressed his amazement after visiting the Chabad mosdos in Baltimore, including  Cheder  Chabad and the new Mesivta. He also had a request. 

On Monday, Rabbi Yehuda Gerami, Chief Rabbi of Iran traveled to Baltimore, Maryland, where he visited the local Chabad mosdos.

Rabbi Gerami is currently in the United States as part of a special visit raising awareness for the Jews of Iran, organized by Merkos 302 at Chabad Headquarters. He previously paid visits to New Haven and Lakewood and a number of Chabad mosdos in the Tri-State area.

On his Baltimore visit, he was shown around the campus of Cheder Chabad, accompanied by Rabbi Avrohom Wolowik, the Cheder’s chief operating officer, principal Rabbi Ephraim Sorkin, shliach Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum – Director of Jewish Uniformed Service Association of MD, activist Rabbi Mendel Mintz, and others. He also addressed a number of the classes.... Read More: