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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for
Sporting a full beard and speaking a fluent Yiddish, the elderly man seemed strangely out of place in this forgotten hamlet.
The name of this Chicago-area banker and philanthropist is linked to Torah education
Seymour J. Abrams, a Chicago-area banker and philanthropist who inspired others to support Israel and Jewish education, passed away on March 12, Purim day, in Chicago. He was 90 years old. Born in Chicago in 1926, Abrams was an ardent supporter of Jewish ...
A prolific translator of Chassidic teachings, he embraced the role of mentoring Jewish students
Dovid Yisroel Ber Kaufmann—a Chabad on Campus director, professor of English and Jewish studies, writer, translator, chess coach and passionate Chassid—passed away on March 2 in Houston after a battle with cancer. He was 65 years old. When Rabbi Zelig and...
A Hungarian Jewish story of hate, discovery, and ultimately, forgiveness
Csanád Szegedi grew up in a mildly racist milieu in Miskolc, a midsized town in northeastern Hungary. His father was the scion of an old noble family of Magyars, a point of pride for the young Szegedi, who was born in 1982 and came of age in the chaotic y...
“As you know, I am an expert tailor,” said the man, whose eyes still glistened with tears. “I make high-quality clothing for princes, nobles and other fine folks.
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.
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