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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Community joins in effort to assist Natalie Grumet
Within hours of her being shot in the face at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip, a network of Chabad rabbis in Nevada and California began working to assist Natalie Grumet, as well as her husband, Jason Grumet, who had bee...
Visiting the family of a wounded woman in the hospital and staying for a press conference
As soon as word began to spread about a mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night, the city’s Chabad rabbis were on high alert—ready to help, support, counsel and comfort those affected by it. As of Tuesday, the death toll numbered 59, with more than 500...
Chabad Rabbi Mendy Harlig speaks from the scene of the mass shooting
In what is being called the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, a gunman with multiple weapons at his disposal, stationed in a high-floor room at a Las Vegas hotel, rained a rapid-fire hail of bullets on outdoor music-concert-goers Sunday night, sowi...
Hearing the shofar in unlikely places sparks participation throughout the year
When Ingrid Reis-Glass was growing up in Chicago in the early 1980s, she occasionally attended synagogue services on Shabbat with her grandparents, immigrants from the Soviet Union who found that services offered the older couple a chance to relive the lo...
Events mark the 36th annual cycle of learning
Rabbi Yossi Lew clearly remembers the excitement of 33 years ago when he opened up to the first chapter Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah. It was the spring of 1984, and he was a 19-year-old student at the Chabad yeshivah in Johannesburg. Word had arrived that th...
They traveled to Texas from a dozen U.S. states to help
Witnessing the “sheer depth of loss” firsthand, 50 rabbis from a dozen different states set out to homes, shelters and hospitals in Houston this week to give spiritual and material comfort and aid to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. After morning prayers ...
As the High Holidays approach, making time to assist those hard-hit by Harvey
Rabbi Eli Goodman knows what it’s like to lose everything to a hurricane. His home and synagogue in Long Beach, N.Y., which faces the Atlantic Ocean, sustained heavy damage in the fall of 2012, when Hurricane Sandy ripped up the East Coast. He is among 50...
In Phuket, a bustling stop for Jewish needs built over the course of a decade
In the final few days of 2004, a tsunami ravaged the tranquil island of Phuket, Thailand, resulting in one of the worst recorded natural disasters in history. Within hours, Chabad of Phuket was born with a singular mission to save lives and administer cri...
Students have been pitching in wherever they can since the storm hit
With the raging winds of Hurricane Harvey gone and the floodwaters beginning to subside, the focus is now turning to salvaging homes and belongings before they are destroyed by mold, water and moisture. In a race against time, hundreds of young volunteers...
Truckloads of supplies being gathered, packed and delivered
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