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Menachem Posner

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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org. He lives with his family in Montreal, QC.

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Chabad Stays Put Amid Blackouts and Looting in Wake of Hurricane Odile Rabbi in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, running local crisis center while anxiously awaiting aid shipments News
Well into day three without power, running water or Internet service, Chabad Rabbi Benzion Hershcovich of the Cabo Jewish Center in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, is helping the community cope with growing havoc in the resort town ravaged by Hurricane Odile, and...
Just in Time for the Holidays, Jamaica Lands Permanent Chabad Presence A grandson picks up where his grandfather left off, with his wife and ideas to propel the community forward News
With nearly 400 years of Jewish settlement, Jamaica is poised to turn a new leaf in the annals of its Jewish history, with the arrival of its first-ever permanent Chabad emissary couple. Chabad’s presence on the island has a long and storied history,...
Relief Efforts Underway for Area Hit by Hurricane Odile Local rabbi is checking on residents as first round of supplies are being delivered from U.S. News
Hurricane Odile ripped through Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on Monday—a Category 3 hurricane that left a wide path of destruction in its wake. Initial reports on Tuesday that local Chabad emissaries Rabbi Benzion and Sonia Hershcovich, co-directors of the Cabo...
Attending a funeral can be intimidating, whether this is your first time attending or you have been to many funerals. What do I do? What do I say?
A Welcome Addition to Jewish Student Life in Paris Chabad House serving HEC business school offers kosher food, all sorts of amenities and a safe haven News
When Michael S. of Strasbourg, France, was considering pursuing his graduate studies at the HEC business school outside of Paris (called HEC Paris), he had some hard choices to make. Michael—who prefers not to share his full name for privacy reasons—says...
Moshe Katsenelenbogen, 83, Led Exemplary Life Under Harshest Soviet Conditions Despite prison, labor camps and torture, he was known for Torah scholarship, joy and acts of kindness News
Moshe Katsenelenbogen, or Reb Maishke, as he was later known, passed away Sept. 3 in his home in London at the age of 83. He was born on the 11th of Nissan in 1931 in Gzhatsk, in the former Soviet Union, to Rabbi Michoel and Sarah Katsenelenbogen, the...
All the Buzz: Kids’ High Holiday Programs on Bees and Honey Nothing could be sweeter than teaching about these crucial creatures, decreasing at alarming rates News
With bees disappearing at alarming rates, Jewish children in Waukesha, Wis., will be getting a bonus lesson in conservation at Chabad Lubavitch of Waukesha’s upcoming “Sweet Kick-Off,” in which an area beekeeper will bring a bee hive to Chabad and allow...
Freshman Campus Emissary Couple Hits the Ground Running In Upstate New York, a young Chabad couple and their little daughter are out in force News
With all the excitement of incoming freshmen, Australian-born Rabbi Avrohom Rimler and his Floridian wife, Ayelet, arrived in Plattsburgh, N.Y., in mid-July to establish the first Chabad center at SUNY Plattsburgh, which will cater to Jewish students,...
Nostalgia and Newly Discovered Wonders at Wisconsin Camp Mothers and their daughters talk about their experiences then and now at end-of-summer program News
School buses are already rumbling up and down the streets, taking children back to school after the summer break. As everyone seems to be packing in their last bits of seasonal fun, two girls—and their mothers—described an eight-day overnight program in...
A Kosher ‘Touchdown’ at Tennessee Tailgate Debut First Sunday game in at least a decade draws Jewish Vols football fans from near and far News
To put it mildly, kosher tailgates are not common outside of Tennessee Vols games in Knoxville, Tenn., since every home game for at least a decade has taken place on Saturday, the Jewish day of rest. But this past Sunday, as many as 300 fans from as far...
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