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Early-Morning Firebombs Strike Synagogue in Southern Ukraine
Former Soviet Union
No one was hurt and minor damage ensued, but nerves were rattled nonetheless
Despite Intimidation and Vandalism, Jews in Ukraine Remain Calm
Former Soviet Union
Fliers demanding that Jewish citizens register deemed a hoax, yet the atmosphere proves unsettling
A Mother's Long Journey for a Boy’s First Taste of a Seder
Holiday Watch
The experience is part of the Belize mother’s return to her Jewish roots, along with her children
500th Weekly DVD Edition of ‘Living Torah' Marks a Milestone
Video
Featured talks and selected moments make the Rebbe’s wisdom and inspiration available to all
Group of AEPi Brothers Take Their Judaism on the Road
Campus Life
With stops in cities along the Northeast Coast, six students talk about identity and pride
Food Container Arrives in Nepal, Just in Time for Passover
Holiday Watch
Volunteers help unload the holiday goods just hours before the start of the first seder
Three Dead in Attacks at Jewish Centers in Kansas City
North America
Suspect said to be in custody; reportedly made anti-semitic remarks
At Biennial Camp Conference, Directors Talk Anything but ‘Bunk’
North America
Valuable insight gained from other camp directors’ experiences and know-how
Fire Damages Ottawa Chabad; Passover Plans Go On
Holiday Watch
From a hotel, Chabad couple scrambles to get food and programming ready, with help from students
Ad in ‘New York Times’ Welcomes All Jews to ‘Global Seder’
Holiday Watch
Chabad offers an open invitation to the Passover table, as per the Rebbe’s directive
Citing Rebbe’s ‘Scholarship and Good Works,’ President Obama Declares ‘Education Day’
News Brief
Since 1978, the Rebbe’s birthday has corresponded to ‘Education Day, U.S.A.’
All Over the World, Communities Get Ready to Celebrate Passover
Holiday Watch
Some will hold seders outside, some will retreat to a lake, but all will retell the story of the Exodus
Rabbi Teams With Martial-Arts Student for Match in Israel
Campus Life
He’ll compete wearing a kipah, thanks to his campus Rabbi
In Nepal, Piecing Together a Seder, Suitcase by Suitcase
Holiday Watch
Although the Israeli ministry strike is over, Chabad of Nepal still doesn’t have their container of Passover supplies
Where to Find Kosher-for-Passover Food Off the Beaten Track
Holiday Watch
In more remote areas of the United States, having a rabbi nearby helps
A Memorable Milestone in Jerusalem for Orphaned Boys
Israel
Ceremony at Western Wall followed by festivities and a meeting with the prime minister
Israel Breaks the Sound Barrier for a Group of Deaf Russian Tourists
Former Soviet Union
It was as much about the people they met as it was of the places they explored
The Intricate Past of Modern-Day Portuguese Jewry
Europe
Couple works to infuse Jewish life back into a country that boasts a rich related history
Rabbis Launch Campaign, Share Tips on the Right Time to Start the Seder
Holiday Watch
Passover always begins in the evening, but in some places, that’s really late.
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