Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
Observing the 72nd anniversary of his passing on 13 Iyar.
Jewish Holidays
We celebrate the Second Passover by eating matzah.
The city's Jewish history is almost as old as the Jewish people.

In every person there lie all souls that ever were and will be.

After all, human consciousness began in a single being, with a single breath of G‑d within that being.

And so, just as every cell of the human being contains the blueprint of every other cell and of the entire person from the synapses of his brain to the sw... Video
The Jewish Dating and Marriage Podcast
Jewish Life
How One Man Transformed the Landscape of Jewish Education in Morocco
Israel at War
Access our updated list for prayers here
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Who Counts? When? What if I missed a day? Find out here. Video
The fascinating background behind the devastating downfall of the son of the Egyptian taskmaster and Shlomit, and the role that an empowering and positive education can have in our lives.
Jewish News
Amid rising antisemitism, enrollment in day school and supplementary Jewish education on the rise
Jewish Quizzes
What do you know about this uplifting prayer?
Jewish News
Rabbi Isaac and Chaya Abelsky establish new Chabad center in the mountains of Colorado
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Life Lessons From the Parshah - Behar
Hebrew Word of the Week
The Point of Religion
Jewish News
Shani Louk, 23, Amit Buskila, 28, and Itzhak Gelerenter, 56, recovered to Israel
Hebrew Word of the Week
To Serve or Not to Serve
When an adult provides for a child, the adult in turn becomes illuminated.
Contemporary Voices
The remarkable story of Sholem Benchimol.
The day begins with Modeh Ani ("I acknowledge before You, living and eternal King, that You restored my soul to me; great is Your faithfulness"). This is said before the morning washing of the hands, even while the hands are ritually impure (and all other prayers cannot be said). The deeper reason for this is that all the impurities in the world do not defile a Jew's "I acknowledge" before G-d; he might lack one thing or another, but his Modeh Ani remains intact.
– The Lubavitcher Rebbe (Hayom Yom for Shevat 11)
Jews Expelled from Berne (1427)
The Jews of Berne, Switzerland were expelled on this date in 1427. Berne had a long history of expulsi... Read More »
Passing of Rabbi Yisrael Aryeh Leib (1952)
Rabbi Yisrael Aryeh Leib, brother of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, was the youn... Read More »
Tomorrow is the twenty-ninth day of the Omer Count. Since, on the Jewish calendar, the day begins at n... Read More »
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