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Menachem Posner

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Dressed in rags, with a pair of buckets of water resting on his rounded shoulders, the man looked up in surprise at the august group coming his way.
An upgraded campus in Mád, Hungary, with a restored synagogue nearby
For almost 150 years, the hum of Torah study was constant in the three-story complex that housed the rabbi’s home and yeshivah in Mád, a village in northeastern Hungary in the heart of the Tokaj wine-making region. Then came the spring of 1944, when the a...
She and her husband built a vibrant Jewish community from the ground up
Mrs. Sema Zeilingold, longtime rebbetzin of Adath Israel Synagogue in Highland Park, Minn., passed away on June 28 at the age of 73. The eldest child of Rabbi Moshe Yitzchok and Rivkah Hecht, Sema was born in 1942 in Brooklyn, N.Y., growing up in a home s...
Some 700 guests from eight nations at the ordination ceremony in New Jersey
The Chabad-affiliated Rabbinical College of America outside of Morristown, N.J., presented certificates to 257 newly ordained rabbis, the majority of whom congregated on Sunday in the leafy suburb with family and friends for what is possibly the largest c...
Teaming up to help Muslims in poor neighborhoods
In what sounds like a page ripped out of novel, several dozen Muslim activists, a group of Jewish teens and a rabbi joined forces on Sunday in a number of Moroccan cities to supply 1,500 underprivileged Muslim families with food staples. The food packages...
With the help of a rabbi revitalizing a historic Jewish area, Samuel Lyons sees a milestone
The date of Samuel Lyons’ bar mitzvah passed by without celebration. But then, almost nothing went as planned for the hardy souls living in London’s East End during the Blitz. The term (German for “lightning”) refers to the relentless bombing campaigns by...
The largest cohort since 2012 will serve Jewish communities all over the world
A host of newly ordained rabbis, 257 of them, gathered in the Chabad-affiliated Rabbinical College of America, outside of Morristown, N.J., for what is possibly the largest celebration of its kind in the world this year. The rabbis, who have graduated fro...
A time of friendship and fun, with a lasting learning component
Attending a Jewish day camp is often seen as icing on the cake, a nice addition to Hebrew school, Jewish communal events and even day school. But for children in many smaller communities, the Chabad-run Gan Israel day camps are often their single point of...
Dear Friend, Brexit is big news these days. In case you live with your head under a rock, Brexit is a big referendum on Thursday, when British voters will decide whether to leave the European Union. While there is lively debate whether it would be wise fo...
Now, on his way home, his mind was on his empty pocket and his wife’s impending disappointment.
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