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New York, NY - Exclusive: Manhattan Borough President Celebrates 'Bris Milah' Of Newly Born Son (video)

Published on: December 16, 2011 02:32 PM
By: VIN News Exclusive
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Manhattan Borough President Scott ( Shmuel) Stringer celebrated this morning the bris of his Son that was officiated by Cantor Philip L. ShermanManhattan Borough President Scott ( Shmuel) Stringer celebrated this morning the bris of his Son that was officiated by Cantor Philip L. Sherman

New York, NY - Manhattan Borough President Scott ( Shmuel) Stringer and his wife Elyse Buxbaum (Hadassah) brought their son into the Jewish covenant as they celebrated this morning his bris that was officiated by Cantor Philip L. Sherman of the Orthodox Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue in NYC.
They named their son ” Aharon Matan” in memory of his illustrious grandfathers in the presence of close family and friends who wished Mr. Stringer and his wife “Mazel Tov” upon the birth of their new born son.

VIN News has received exclusive footage of the bris.



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 Dec 16, 2011 at 03:00 PM bigwheeel Says:

Mazel Tov to the Borough president Mr. Scott stringer and his family. May they rejoice in this and other simchas. It is so nice to see a prominent and high ranking official celebrate his Jewishness with pride. Unlike some other, less prominent individuals who are trying to hide the fact that they are Jews. Thank you, again, VIN for showing this clip.

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 Dec 16, 2011 at 03:02 PM Anonymous Says:

Mazal Tov.

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 Dec 16, 2011 at 03:39 PM yaakov doe Says:

Mazel Tov. He's a week old son, not a newborn, therefore the bris was today.

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 Dec 17, 2011 at 06:15 PM kingizzy Says:

Mazal tov may you see much nachas from him.

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 Dec 17, 2011 at 06:28 PM Babishka Says:

Mazal tov, may they only have simchas. Yizku l'gadlo l'torah, l'chuppah, u'l'maasim tovim.

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 Dec 17, 2011 at 07:44 PM YJay1 Says:

Mazel Tov. Like #1 wrote, it's very refreshing to see a Jewish politician taking pride in his religion.

Asach Naches, and may he grow up to be a "nice Jewish boy"!

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