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Rabbi Yaakov Menashe

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Sukkology 101 Sukkah-building basics from the inside out
Instead of a list of dos and don’ts, we start with five simple rules and learn how they unfold as a harmony of wisdom in a physical structure.
"When the Rebbe's face appeared on the screen, I nearly jumped out of my skin. I called the TV station and asked them where this person lived."
Anatomy of a Hug A Kabbalistic Perspective on the Festival of Sukkot
On Sukkot, the "rules" are suspended for seven days. During this unique festival, G-d shares His light and love with you unconditionally.
A detailed look at the laws of Rosh Hashanah.
100-Year-Old Illinois Torah Ark Finds Home in Southern California An inspiring story about a group effort to put a piece of Jewish history back in business News
In a small town in Illinois, a nearly century-old Torah ark—a special cabinet designed to hold Torah scrolls—had been sitting in storage for more than two decades. Some 2,000 miles away, Chabad-Lubavitch of Newbury Park in Thousand Oaks, Calif., had an...
Roza Melamed, 99, Last Witness to Sixth Rebbe’s Soviet Exile in Kostroma, Russia Recalling an era and a leader whose heroism and holiness shaped her life and the future of Judaism News
Roza Melamed, reported to be the last surviving witness to the historic 10-day exile of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe—Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of righteous memory—in Kostroma, Russia, passed away on Sept. 7 in Beersheva, Israel. She was 99 years...
A Welcome Addition to Jewish Student Life in Paris Chabad House serving HEC business school offers kosher food, all sorts of amenities and a safe haven News
When Michael S. of Strasbourg, France, was considering pursuing his graduate studies at the HEC business school outside of Paris (called HEC Paris), he had some hard choices to make. Michael—who prefers not to share his full name for privacy reasons—says...
The woman, the pillar of the Jewish home, has been gifted with three special mitzvot that are the foundation of Jewish living.
First, there are agonizing hours of wavering and uncertainty. Then comes a sudden, almost breathtaking shift in perspective that makes the right decision stunningly clear.
Uniting Body with Soul The Life and Writings of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson - Part One
To study the writings of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, father of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, is to realize that his entire life was an extended meditation on the mysterious entanglement of body and soul...
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