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Chabad-Lubavitch in the Media

Chabad-Lubavitch in the Media

Stories and reports that have appeared in the media during the past two weeks

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    Rabbis Recruiting Believers for Passover Dinner
Phnom Penh Post - Cambodia,Friday, April 11, 2014
    Next Monday sees two worlds collide: not only does April 14 mark the start of Khmer New Year but it is also the first day of the Jewish festival of Passover. And for the first time the Phnom Penh-based Chabad Jewish Center of Cambodia is organising a community Seder Night dinner in Siem Reap, at Asian Square restaurant...
   
      Chabad Jewish Center–Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    Outreach to ‘fifth Son’ Vital Beyond Passover
Arizona Jewish Post,Thursday, April 10, 2014
    ...Today, however, in our era of spiritual displacement, there also exists a fifth son: the Jew who is absent from the Seder table. He asks no questions, poses no challenges, displays no interest and may not even know that he’s Jewish. He knows nothing of the Seder, nothing of the holiday of Passover, nothing of the revelation at Sinai — at which we received the Torah...
   
      Chabad at the University of Arizona–Tucson, AZ
    Nepal's Chabad House Relies on Hikers for Seder Supplies
Arutz Sheva,Thursday, April 10, 2014
    The Chabad house in Nepal's Kathmandu has come up with a creative way to deal with the delay in supplies for its massive Passover Seder: visitors coming to the scenic country's Chabad house are bringing the Seder in their suitcases...
   
      Chabad House of Kathmandu–Thamel, Kathmandu Nepal
    7-year-old Girl Sends Passover Treats to American Soldiers in Afghanistan, Iraq
NY Daily News,Thursday, April 10, 2014
    ...For the macaroon project, the Atkins received help from the Aleph Institute, an organization that reaches out to Jewish soldiers. Aleph's Rabbi Menachem Katztold told Freida that soldiers already receive kosher foods for the Passover holiday. But they don't always get dessert...
   
      The Aleph Institute–Surfside, FL
    Matzah Baking Event In Shadyside Brings Together Area Volunteers, Youths
Pitsburgh Tribune,Thursday, April 10, 2014
    ...“A lot of our kids enjoy working with their hands,” says Rabbi Mordy Rudolph, executive director of The Friendship Circle. “Passover is coming up, so the matzah baking was this month's special project.” Working in pairs, friends and their volunteer partners rotated from one station to the next, first mixing and then rolling out dough under the direction of Zalman Plotke and Mendi Rosenbaum, both student rabbis at Yeshiva School in Squirrel Hill...
   
      Chabad of Shadyside–Pittsburgh, PA
    Belsize Square Synagogue Celebrates 75th Anniversary
Algemeiner,Thursday, April 10, 2014
    ...The congregation’s first permanent rabbi was Dr. Georg Salzberger, who had officiated at the Liberale congregation of Frankfurt. His synagogue is the only one in Frankfurt to have survived the war because the non-Jewish architect was a friend of Hitler! It is now occupied by Chabad...
   
    Grenada Gets a Rabbi
Jerusalem Post,Tuesday, April 08, 2014
    ...Chabad, which focuses on outreach and the promotion of Jewish religious practice among secular Jews, has had a presence in Grenada for over half a century, with so-called “roving rabbis” regularly visiting the country. However, with Rabbi Boruch Rozmarin and his wife Chaya having moved there in December, the 500 Jewish students studying at St. George’s University, will now have a full time cleric...
   
      Chabad Lubavitch Media Center–Brooklyn, NY
      Chabad Grenada–St. George, Grenada
    Country’s First Jewish Cemetery Inaugurated
Cambodia Daily,Tuesday, April 08, 2014
    The Chabad Jewish Center in Phnom Penh on Friday held a ceremony in Kandal province to inaugurate Cambodia’s first Jewish cemetery there. It was followed by a burial service for a 56-year-old Israeli man, who became the first person to be interred at the new site...
   
      Chabad Jewish Center–Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    Mass Bar Mitzvahs Held at Western Wall
Times of Israel,Tuesday, April 08, 2014
    ...The boys “don’t have their fathers, and the father is a major figure in the synagogue” and so they often shy away from the ceremony, but “having a bar mitzvah with other kids in the same situation gives them the push so that they want to do it,” Scholom Duchman, international director of the Colel Chabad charity organization, said...
   
      Colel Chabad–Brooklyn, NY
      Colel Chabad–Jerusalem, Israel
    A Sheynem Dank! Devout Jewish Traveler Enjoys Costa Rica
Costa Rica Star,Monday, April 07, 2014
    ...Mr. Retter recently found himself in the capital city of Costa Rica, the lovable San Jose, whereupon he prayed at the shuls of Chabad Lubavitch in Escazu and the Zionist Israeli Center of Costa Rica in Pavas. His experience recently appeared in the Jewish Press...
   
      Jabad Lubavitch de Costa Rica–Escazu, Costa Rica
    113 Orphaned Boys to Celebrate Bar Mitzvah at the Kotel
Arutz Sheva,Monday, April 07, 2014
    Colel Chabad in Jerusalem will host on Monday a mega bar mitzvah celebration for 113 orphaned boys and their families. The youngsters come from throughout Israel and will gather at the Western Wall (Kotel), where they will receive their own set of tefillin and be called up to recite the blessing on the Torah as it read aloud either by the bar mitzvah boy himself or a Torah reader...
   
      Colel Chabad–Brooklyn, NY
      Colel Chabad–Jerusalem, Israel
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