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Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
Jewish History
The story of a lost-and-found child of Chassidic roots who had become a high-powered American attorney and advocate for Soviet causes.
Jewish News
Participants from around the world share their thoughts about the Kinus Hashluchos
TheRebbe.org
Celebrating the life and legacy of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson

G‑d did not give you light that you may hold it up in the middle of the day.

When you are given light it is in order to accomplish something, to do something difficult and novel.

Go take your light into the dark places and transform them that they may also shine!

The Jewish Woman
My pain was heavily compounded by feeling like no one else knew what I was going through or could possibly understand it, so I suffered in solitude.
The Jewish Woman
How can I help her become stronger so she can survive in a world that’s not always fair and tactful, and so that she’s not constantly suffering a maelstrom of emotion?
TheRebbe.org
At the Giving of the Torah, G-d’s voice was heard throughout all of creation proclaiming, “I am the L-rd your G-d Who took you out of Egypt.” Is this really G-d’s greatest accomplishment? Why...
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Culled from the wisdom of the classic Jewish work called the Tanya
Chabad.org Video
When Maya struggled over one last mountain and found some cell service, she had enough battery for a single call. Whom should she call? (Video credit: by Rivkin Media)
TheRebbe.org
On the 22nd of Shevat in 1988, the Rebbe's wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson, passed away. The Rebbetzin was extremely modest, so not much is known about her life and little footage exists to...
Jewish News
Women from around the world shared the unifying thread that binds their work together
Jewish News
A joyously received gift to a growing Jewish community
Jewish Stories
Reb Avraham was known to be a kind but a simple and almost illiterate Jew, barely able to follow the prayers or read Tehillim.
The Jewish Woman
My parents were secular Muslims who respected their religion; we all prayed and observed the holidays and some of the fasts. I turned out to be the most religious of the four daughters
When G-d split the Red Sea, all the water in the world divided, even the waters in cisterns and ditches, in jars, cups, casks and bowls.
– Midrash Mechilta
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