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The Line Between Exile and Redemption
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While law enforcement seeks to uncover why and how this happened, we turn our attention to the Rebbe’s words after an attempt at the life of President Ronald Reagan.
Jewish Quizzes
How familiar are you with these Jewish traditions?

Nothing is more precious to us than that which we create through toil and struggle:

The brilliance we pull out of dust, the beauty we make out of broken pieces, the value we create where before lay only waste. To take the stuff we are given, even our own shattered lives, and make them whole.

It must be that way. Because...

Jewish History
Learn the untold story of the globetrotting rabbi, whose trip predated Marco Polo.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Life Lessons From the Parshah - Balak
The Jewish Woman
We’ll get there. That seems to be the motto of the day for me.
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Jewish History
The brutal pogroms carried out during the infamous Chmielnicki Uprising.
Jewish News
Mikvah Mei Elazar marks milestone for Jewish community in Shymkent, Kazakhstan
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Jewish News
Groundbreaking book distills the Rebbe’s counsel for emotional wellness
Achashverosh was a fool: first he killed his wife at the urging of his friend, and then he killed his friend at the urging of his wife.
– Yalkut Shimoni
Purim Tammuz (Algiers) (1775)
In 1775, the Spanish General O'Reilly attacked the city of Algiers and was successfully repulsed by th... Read More »
Passing of R. Elchanan Wasserman (1941)
R. Elchanan Bunem Wasserman headed a famous yeshivah in Baranovitch (in what is now Belarus), attracti... Read More »
In Chabad practice, starting in the afternoon, Tachnun (confession of sins) and similar prayers are om... Read More »
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