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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Jewish experiences and kosher food arrive on a famed resort island
The Spanish island of Ibiza has long been famous for its pristine Mediterranean waters, stunning and often secluded beaches, and rollicking nightlife. For the past month, however, it’s seen something new: a Chabad House on its shores, co-directed by Rabbi...
‘Roving Rabbis’ get a wide-open welcome in the Cowboy State
Edmond Gerald Meyer turned 13 in 1933 in Albuquerque, N.M., where his mother’s German-Jewish family had settled during the Civil War and founded a successful business that spanned the territory (as it was then known). Although the family occasionally atte...
A second group finished the 24 books of the Hebrew Bible
Sacramento has a small Jewish community, with perhaps no more than two-dozen households where Shabbat and kashrut are kept. Yet it will host a big celebration on Thursday night, when a group of dedicated students will celebrate the completion of the 2,711...
Helping high school boys grow physically, mentally and spiritually
As a writer for Chabad.org, I’ve interviewed rescue workers choppering around Nepal, student rabbis traversing the Amazon jungle and Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries battling rising floodwaters up on the Rockies. Yet one of the hardest people to reach was Rabb...
Centers along its path to offer a Jewish perspective on the spectacle in the sky
A total solar eclipse will streak across the United States on Monday, Aug. 21. In its 70-mile-wide path, people will see the sun disappear behind the moon, turning daylight into darkness, with trails of light streaming through the sky around the silhouett...
Her achievements encourage other young people to celebrate the Jewish milestone
There was barely a dry eye in the room. Standing in the sanctuary before a close-knit group of friends and family who had come from all over the country, Heather Wilde carefully lit a single Shabbat candle and said the appropriate Hebrew blessing. Uncover...
What is Judaism? Who is it for? What are the basic Jewish beliefs, texts, and sacred places?
Online attempt to quash story of 97-year-old Holocaust speaker backfires
Spokane, Wash., is not a place you’d expect large Jewish gatherings. Out of the metropolitan area’s population of 600,000, barely 200 households identify as Jewish. Yet nearly 900 people turned out Wednesday night to listen to a presentation by Marthe Coh...
An early life fraught with danger was met with faith and devotion
Miriam Friedman, whose life spanned the oppression of Soviet Russia, the chaos of post-World War II Europe and the heady growth of Chabad in the United States and around the world, passed away on June 11 at age 101. She was born on the Jewish holiday of T...
The spies were tasked with going to the Promised Land and bringing back fruit and a report, which they did. Weren’t they just being honest, sharing their findings in good faith?
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