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Jewish Holidays
Marriage at Mount Sinai
Jewish News
Mayor pays a visit to the renowned rabbi, who continues to recover from a recent stroke
Jewish Holidays
Many have the custom to decorate the synagogue and home with greenery and flowers in honor of Shavuot. Here’s why.

Everyone agrees with all the wonderful advice and ethics written in the books of the sages. Everyone agrees that this is the way to run your life.

Yet each of us has our escape route, to avoid bettering our lives by changing ourselves. We ask, “Were those words truly meant for me, or perhaps for someone else in another...

TheRebbe.org
A short documentary (May 28, 1967)
Jewish Tales from the Past
When Berel heard that there would be a celebration in honor of a new Torah, he naively assumed that he would be welcomed to the joyful event.
The Jewish Woman
Here are five strategies that have worked in our family, helping us to banish cynicism and encouraging us to look at the world in a more cheerful, upbeat manner.
TheRebbe.org
Mr. David Chase shares how one little request from the Rebbe changed his entire life — and the lives of others.
Jewish News
Food and hot drinks for police, and a special evening prayer gathering for Jewish students
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
What is the significance of this counting? What is the connection between this counting and Shavuot?
Jewish News
A meat restaurant becomes a boon for Jewish students and the surrounding community
Jewish News
Dual duty as a campus emissary and now a chaplain in the U.S. Army Reserve
And Abraham approached G‑d and said: “. . . It behooves You not to do such a thing, to slay the righteous with the wicked . . . Shall the Judge of all the earth not act justly?”
– Genesis 18:25
Hebron Liberated (1967)
One day after Israeli forces liberated Eastern Jerusalem in the course of the Six-Day War, another of... Read More »
Tomorrow is the forty-fifth day of the Omer Count. Since, on the Jewish calendar, the day begins at... Read More »
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