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Q&A: New Online Works Offer Insight Into the Rebbe’s Scholarship
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A talk with two authors: Rabbi Yanki Tauber and Rabbi Eli Rubin
Sixteen Epic Moments from the Annual International Conference of Chabad Emissaries
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Many of the special moments of five-day Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries were shared on social media with the #Kinus hashtag. View some of the epic moments of the 30th annual conference.
A Century Later, New Discoveries About the Trial of Mendel Beilis
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A Chabad researcher sheds light on the most infamous blood libel of modern times
New Content, New Look for TheJewishWoman.org
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Learning center, magazine and user-friendly format highlight relaunch
Chabad Teens Anticipate Summer Camp, Both the Work and Play
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Counselors look forward to real responsibility at a young age
Details of the Rebbe’s Rabbinical Ordination Authenticated
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Mastering a complex volume overnight
A Chassidic Self-Help Library: Texts That Bring Meaning to Life
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Jews of all backgrounds find the meaning of life and self in Chabad founder’s works.
Roving Rabbis’ Journeys Traverse Globe and Into Hearts of Local Jews
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With two weeks left on their itineraries, rabbinical students are continuing their global travels to strengthen Jewish life in remote communities and reach the unaffiliated in established ones.
Undeterred by Illness, Jewish Tween Wants to Change the World
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Every night when Avery Sax goes to sleep, she says the twice-daily prayer known as the Shema.
Family Research Identifies 20 Cousins All Studying at Same Israeli Yeshiva
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In a world where large families are not unheard of, it’s not uncommon for a student at a Chabad-Lubavitch run yeshiva to find a cousin or two among his peers.
Chicago Group Marks Sixth Rebbe’s Historic Visit of 1942
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When the Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of righteous memory, stepped onto a Chicago rail platform on Jan. 25, 1942 to begin a week-long trip focused on inspiring and strengthening the local Jewish community and its commitment to Jewish education, thousands greeted him.
Couple Marks Half Century of Jewish Service in Minnesota
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Before he became a U.S. senator, Rudy Boschwitz moved to Minnesota and opened a family business in 1963. By that time, Rabbi Moshe and Mindy Feller were already there.
Tennessee Bar Mitzvah Boy Preserves Holocaust-Era Records
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In the months before bar mitzvah boy Jeremy Benjamin ascended to the Torah at his Nashville, Tenn., synagogue, he learned to don the prayer boxes known as tefillin and to read from Judaism’s holiest scroll—all in all, standard pre–13th birthday fare for a Jewish young man. But Benjamin spent quite some time on an activity just as necessary.
At 90 Years Old, Michigan Man to Celebrate a Chanukah Bar Mitzvah
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Flint, Mich.’s Lee Cronenwalt has lived through the Great Depression, fought in World War II, seen a man walk on the moon, and witnessed the inventions of laptop computers, cell phones, and hybrid-electric cars. This Sunday, he’ll experience another historic moment: his own Bar Mitzvah.
Harlem Gives Birth to First Torah Scroll in 75 Years
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Not too long ago, it might have been one of the least likely locations from where a religious scribe would start writing a Torah scroll, but on Sunday, families and friends affiliated with a Jewish center in the New York City neighborhood of Harlem gathered to celebrate just such an occasion.
Synagogue Service Highlights Curious Reunion of Long Lost Brothers
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At the start of the Yom Kippur evening services, Rabbi Eli Blokh asked two men to hold the Torah scrolls in front of the ark as a visiting cantor chanted Kol Nidre.
Miami Yeshiva Gives College Grads Taste of Something New
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Ezra Rosen, 23, went to Miami last winter to study at a brand-new yeshiva for 10 days. With his boss’ and parents’ blessing, he left New Jersey at the end of December with a round trip ticket. He’s still there.
Kidney Donation Catches On in Jewish Community
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In May 2010, Jacob Lefkowitz received a kidney donation that changed his life. He was on dialysis, going from state to state to get on lists for a donation, but the wait was long – about 10 years in New York alone.
Montreal Man, 89, Fulfills Lifelong Desire to Connect With Judaism
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A full 76 years after turning 13, Eli Moscovitz will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday as his wife Norma and three generations of descendents look on, including two sons, a daughter, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Jewish Communities Pack it Up and Spend Summer on the Beach
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Milly Arbib’s prayer minyan is growing. These days, Sabbath services can see a crowd of up to 100 when there’s a Bar Mitzvah. And it all takes place at her summer home outside of Rome, Italy.
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