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Mordechai Lightstone

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Rabbi Mordechai Lightstone is a rabbi by training, but a blogger by choice. He is passionate about using new media to further Jewish identity and community building. Mordechai currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and two sons, where he happily tweets between sips of espresso.

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Blind State Supreme Court Justice Provides Hope and Help for the Disabled New York rabbi lauds his friend from Michigan, who ‘truly believes in helping others’ News
Justice may be blind, but now a justice on the Michigan Supreme Court is as well. Richard H. Bernstein, 40, knows the meaning of “pay it forward.” Blind from birth, Michigan’s newly elected State Supreme Court justice has built a successful life despite...
Bereaved Parents of Terror Victim: Light Shabbat Candles for Our Baby Chabad helping to encourage women and girls to light Shabbat candles in honor of Chaya Zisel Braun News
It was just a week ago when Abed a-Rahman a-Shaludi, a 20-year-old Palestinian, rammed his car into the crowded Ammunition Hill light-rail station in Jerusalem as part of a terror attack designed to harm as many Israelis as possible. Eight people were...
Mezuzah Torn Down in Hate Crime, 30 More Go Up Acts of vandalism on California college campus met with proactive response from a group of Jewish students News
Shortly before Yom Kippur, Bryan Turkel, a Jewish student in his senior year at Claremont McKenna College—one of a consortium of five undergraduate liberal-arts schools and two graduate schools in Southern California called the Claremont Colleges—found...
In Berlin, Political Elite Gather at Jewish Holiday Reception The Jewish community hosts local and international dignitaries News
The Jewish community of Berlin hosted members of Germany’s political elite at a special Jewish New Year reception that took place Oct. 1 at the Chabad House-Jewish Educational Center Chabad Berlin. Those locally who attended the event included German...
On Monday, Sept. 15, Hurricane Odile made landfall in the Mexican resort town of Cabo S. Lucas. Located at the tip of the Baja California peninsula, Cabo was blasted with winds of 120 miles per hour and deemed a Category 3 hurricane. In the days that...
Celebs Support Eco-Friendly Jewish Campus in Booming Portland Brand-new day-school facilities in a unique Oregon city that’s proud of its ‘weirdness’ News
In the month of September, children across the country begin the new school year, excitedly meeting new teachers and classmates. The children at Maimonides Jewish Day School and The Gan–Portland Jewish Preschool in Portland, Ore., however, returned to...
Chabad Campus Rabbi to Become First Bearded Chaplain in U.S. Air Force Road to the armed forces, says Rabbi Eli Estrin, was a ‘logical extension’ of his service to the Jewish community News
Rabbi Elie Estrin is slated to make history this week. The Chabad-Lubavitch rabbi, who co-directs the Rohr Chabad Jewish Student Center at the University of Washington in Seattle with his wife, Chaya, is set to become the first bearded chaplain in the...
Florida Campus Gathering Recalls Work and Life of Steven Sotloff 31-year-old journalist murdered by ISIS remembered as trying to bring light into the world, says Chabad rabbi News
Some 500 people gathered on the University of Central Florida campus in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday night for a candle-light vigil held for recently murdered journalist Steven Sotloff. News of his beheading at the hands of the ISIS terror group in Iraq was...
What value is gained by dumping a bucket of ice water on one’s head for a cause? Wouldn’t it make more sense to simply write a check in the first place?
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