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On the deep and fascinating relation of Torah and Jews to the number three
Jewish News
Synagogues, homes, businesses and vehicles ransacked and burned
Mitzvahs & Traditions
The car sputtered, smoke wafted from the engine, and there were no gas stations in sight.

Every society has that which bonds it: A common ancestry and a system of lineage. Or a common language, or common borders, or governing body. Usually, it is a combination of several factors that mold a mass of people into a single whole.

The Jewish people are unique in that they have only a single nucleus—and it is none...

Parshah (Weekly Torah)
It seems that Rashi's second comment is twice as long, yet half as clear.
Jewish News
Caribbean archipelago gets its first synagogue and permanent rabbi
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Torah study occupies a central place in Jewish life, but how much do we really know about this activity?
The Jewish Woman
Did my mother in-law miss us? Of course. Did she want us near her? Absolutely.
Jewish News
In the face of dire predictions, the Rebbe’s message of hope spreads quickly
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Me’abeid - Tanning Hides
Jewish News
Jewish homes, synagogues, cars torched by rioting Arab mobs; IDF strikes back at Hamas
Jewish News
With safety top of mind, Chabad develops innovative Torah readings for all
Health & Wellness
Today I want to focus on one very simple element: how it can serve us.
Jewish News
Israel hits back at terrorist infrastructure in Gaza
Jewish News
More than a half-century later, the impact of the Rebbe’s 1967 worldwide call continues to grow
Essentials
Take a few minutes to consider significant events in your life as part of your soul destiny, not as a punishment, karma or a mistake you made.
Jewish News
Former King’s Daughters Inn transforms into Jewish student center honoring beloved professor
In physical foods, there are two types of delicacies: sweet and luscious foods, and tart and sour foods that are spiced and garnished so that they are made into delicacies that gratify the soul... [So, too,] are there are two kinds of gratification before G-d: one from [the good achieved by] the perfectly righteous, and the second from the suppression of evil as it is strongest and most powerful... through the efforts of the ordinary man.
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi
Flood Waters Recede (2105 BCE)
150 days after the rains stopped falling in the Great Flood, the raging waters which covered the face... Read More »
Encampment at Sinai (1313 BCE)
On the 1st of Sivan of the year 2448 from creation (1313 BCE), six weeks after their exodus from... Read More »
Korach Swallowed Up by the Earth (1312 BCE)
Korach, who led a rebellion against the leadership of Moses and Aaron, met his end when... Read More »
Worms Jews Massacred (1096)
At the end of a week in which a group Jews took refuge in a local castle in Worms, Germany, the... Read More »
Ezekiel Describes Assyria's Downfall (423 BCE)
In a reprimand to Pharaoh, king of Egypt, Ezekiel describes the downfall of Assyria in the hands of... Read More »
Today isRosh Chodesh ("Head of the Month") for the month of Sivan. Special portions are added to the... Read More »
Tomorrow is the forty-sixth day of the Omer Count. Since, on the Jewish calendar, the day begins at... Read More »
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