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Rabbi Yossy Goldman, one of the best-known rabbis in South Africa and author of one of the most-popular columns on the Judaism website Chabad.org, has compiled his commentaries on the weekly Torah reading into a new book that aims for an audience as...
On the issues of religious freedom and Israel’s right to self-defense, former Sen. Arlen Specter – who lost a long battle with non-Hodgkins lymphoma Sunday at the age of 82 – left little doubt as to his positions.
After months of debate, Germany’s cabinet decided to back a law supporting the religious practice of circumcision, seemingly ending a state of confusion that erupted this spring when a Cologne court ruled that the procedure constituted bodily harm.
Rabbinical students are on the ground in Iceland finishing up preparations for one of the northernmost celebrations of Yom Kippur in the world. The holiest day on the Jewish calendar, the holiday and its central fast begins Tuesday night, or 7 p.m. local...
France’s Jewish community came under attack once again Wednesday when a device that some reports indicated was a grenade exploded inside of a kosher supermarket as patrons did their post-Rosh Hashanah shopping.
Chabad-Lubavitch of Puerto Rico was abuzz with the sounds of drilling and sanding recently as Jewish community members young and old gathered to make their own rams’ horns, popularly known as shofars.
Reflecting the Talmudic teaching that the blowing of a ram’s horn is vitally important to arousing Divine favor during the holiday of Rosh Hashanah, Chabad-Lubavitch centers across the United States took a hands-on approach in allowing children to fashion...
Uniting across languages and national borders, Jewish leaders throughout the world paid tribute to the life of visionary businessman and philanthropist Sami Rohr through the collective study of the entire Talmud.
In one of the largest real estate acquisitions in the history of Chabad-Lubavitch activities across the globe, Chabad of Midtown Manhattan closed Thursday afternoon on the purchase of the 12-story, 60,000-square-foot building it’s occupied for 16 years.
Jewish women from across Australia gathered in Sydney for the local Lubavitch Women’s Oragnization’s 17th annual conference.
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