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Menachem Posner

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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Hope House upgraded to offer employment and respite
Caring for children with special needs is always complicated. In Nigeria, where they are often viewed with suspicion, the picture is all the more complex. In Kubwa, a suburb of the capital city of Abuja, a group of dedicated humanitarian workers have crea...
A lasting legacy includes 10 grandchildren who serve as Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries
Martin “Marty” Hecht, a Missouri businessman and entrepreneur who was one of the unsung heroes of the exodus of Jews from the Soviet Union, passed away at age 90 on May 20 in Palm Springs, Calif. He left behind a rich legacy of Jewish philanthropy and out...
Recognizing decades of inspiration by Rabbi Moshe and Mindelle Feller
It’s been 55 years since Rabbi Moshe and Mindelle Feller set out to found Upper Midwest Merkos–Chabad Lubavitch in Minnesota in the winter of 1961, a mere month after their marriage. Now, for the first time in a career that has spanned 10 U.S. presidencie...
A number of big names coming to Chicago, with Chabad as a co-sponsor
When dozens of Jewish judges, attorneys and legal scholars from around the nation converge on Chicago’s prestigious Standard Club this week, they’ll get right down to business: sharpening their skills, improving their knowledge and discussing contemporary...
A father of eight, he served the Jewish community of Ilford, north of London
The Jewish community of Ilford, a large suburb northeast of London, was plunged into mourning upon learning of the untimely passing of Rabbi Moshe Muller, 43, who served as assistant director at the regional Chabad Lubavitch Centre and assistant rabbi in ...
With guidance from the Rebbe, a small group of students started a big learning center
Rabbi Mattis Kantor remembers when he left Australia in 1959 at the age of 15 to learn abroad. “There was no yeshivah in Australia, so I went to public school and learned Talmud in the afternoons, but that wasn’t enough,” says the rabbi and author, who ha...
Despite struggles and shortages, Passover supplies seem to arrive just in time
With just days until the start of Passover, final preparations are being made for both the world’s largest and the world’s highest seders. Since the 1990s, Chabad has been hosting a giant seder in Katmandu, Nepal, which is expected to attract as many as 1...
For the few Jews on this Nordic island, seders led by visiting rabbis become even more meaningful
The Jewish community in Iceland is unique in the fact that it almost doesn’t exist. With no synagogue, no community center and no official leadership, the Jews of the “Land of Fire and Ice” have had to work extra hard just to bring their scattered brethre...
Jewish community pitches in to help those in the hardest-hit areas
A 7.8 earthquake shook the coast of Ecuador on Saturday, leaving nearly 300 people dead and hundreds more wounded in one of the strongest quakes in decades to strike this country perched on the northwestern shoulder of South America. Hundreds of miles inl...
Maot Chitim funds provide for those unable to pay for holiday necessities
On the outside, the C. family appears unremarkable. Both parents leave their modest townhouse to go to work every morning, while their four children head off to the local Jewish day school. Yet behind closed doors, a very different story unfolds. The peel...
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