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Menachem Posner

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Mourners crowded the streets of Ruhatin in the spring of 1889. Rabbi Uri Langer, their beloved rebbe, had returned his pure soul to its maker. The silence was broken only by the sobs of the chassidim. Among them was a simple man, a tailor by trade. This t...
A time for banding together, outdoor activities, defrosted food, and maybe, some scrambled eggs
Growing up as the child of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries to Skokie in Illinois, I remember the weekend every winter when my mother would go to New York for the annual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries (Kinus Hashluchos). For her,...
Every time a Jewish person died in Radoshitz, the body was transported to a neighboring town for burial. Not only was this highly inconvenient, it was antithetical to the Jewish sensibility to show honor to the deceased.
Social Services program to begin with 36 municipalities
Life will become a whole lot simpler for 10,800 needy families in Israel. Colel Chabad will be partnering with Leket Israel, the National Food Bank, to provide Israeli citizens with prepaid charge cards to purchase up to NIS 500 (about $133) in groceries ...
When you meet fellow Jews before or on Passover, you want to wish them a happy holiday. But what to say?
The beit din still has an important function today.
Breaking the glass with friends and family from around the world for the happy occasion
As the sun set over Phnom Penh, locals, tourists and guests from all over the world gathered for the first Jewish wedding known to be celebrated in the Kingdom of Cambodia. The bride, Shlomit (Irina), had met Rabbi Bentzion and Mashie Butman, co-directors...
The sister and mother of day-school student Thalia Hakin remain hospitalized
The Jewish community in Melbourne, Australia, is united in grief following the death of 10-year-old Thalia Hakin, who was killed when a 26-year-old man plowed his car through a crowd of pedestrians at Bourke Street Mall on Friday afternoon. Thalia was amo...
9 Steps to Crafting the Ultimate Dvar Torah
The practice of sharing a Torah thought is part of the fabric of Jewish life and an integral aspect of lifecycle events, communal gatherings, and even family get-togethers.
He headed leading Chabad-Lubavitch yeshivahs, teaching thousands of students
Rabbi Meir Tzvi Gruzman, a renowned Torah scholar and teacher who educated thousands of Chabad-Lubavitch students in Israel during the course of six decades, passed away on Jan. 15 in Israel. He was 82 years old. Among the foremost teachers of Torah of hi...
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