Isn't it ironic that a website which posted a very lovely article today about this amazing Torah personality, that originally appeared in the Jewish Observer, chose to insert THIS PICTURE, which is in the public domain, yet had the audacity to stamp their own logo on top of it, as if to say that the rights are theirs.
Furthermore, when I submitted a comment questioning the right to this photo, my comment was edited to only show my appreciation of the article, with my question omitted.
Is THIS the type of behavior the Rov stood for??!?
*See "A Unique Perspective", published by The Rabbi Dr. Joseph Breuer Foundation, printed by Feldheim Publishers.
(It might be interesting to note that this website has a history of this type of behavior. They have used photos of MINE in the past without asking permission or at the very least crediting the source)