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Menachem Posner

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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Coordinating volunteer efforts; offering weekday meals and a community Shabbat dinner
As floodwaters recede in most of Baton Rouge, La., residents are returning to abandoned homes to assess the damage, and Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries are doing their part to help. “People were left with the shirts on their backs last week,” says Rabbi Peret...
Rabbi Peretz and Mushka Kazen reach out in Louisiana, as her parents did 11 years ago
Mushka Kazen was just a teenager when Hurricane Katrina unleashed its vengeance on Louisiana and flooded her family’s hometown of New Orleans in the last week of August 2005. Back then she helped her Chabad emissary parents in a massive effort to assist r...
A day of mourning that’s tinged with hope
When Shabbat ends this week, there will be no sweet-smelling spices or Kiddush wine to bid farewell to the sacred day. Instead, Jews around the world will don non-leather shoes, and make their way to synagogues and Chabad centers for evening services, fol...
A summer searching for Jews on the streets and in the marketplaces of Vietnam’s capital
Forty Jewish people from around the world sat around a table not too long ago in Hanoi, celebrating Shabbat together. “Almost everyone discovered that they had a previous connection to someone else there,” reports Mendy Tubul, a senior student at the Chab...
It was a cold, wintry day, and he suddenly found himself in unfamiliar territory. Freezing and scared, he continued to wander deep into the night.
Rumors began to swirl that she and the tavernkeeper were up to no good.
Led Jewish community in Bahia Blanca through difficult times
Rabbi Moshe Freedman, longtime Chabad emissary to Bahia Blanca, Argentina, passed away on July 28. He was 57 years old. He was born in Jerusalem to Rabbi Akiva Yosef and Chana Feiga Freedman, scions of venerable Chabad families in the holy city. His fathe...
Dear Friend, It’s that time of year again: the Three Weeks, when we mourn the destruction of the Holy Temples in Jerusalem and the subsequent exile of our nation. But, as the chassidic masters write, “A single act is better than a thousand groans.” We can...
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...
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