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Personal Stories

Chabad at Oxford

Once an evangelical pastor, Yaakov Parisi shares the fascinating story of his lifelong journey to becoming Jewish. Recorded at Chabad of Oxford University.
The Pawel Bromson Story
Speaking for the very first time outside Poland, former neo-Nazi Pawel Bromson tells the amazing story of how he discovered that he was Jewish and returned to the faith of his ancestors.
Address to Chabad on Campus UK by Michael Levy
Lord Levy shares personal anecdotes of his commitment to donning tefillin in such challenging locations as Damascus and Saudi Arabia and of his bringing kosher food to a Shabbat dinner at No. 10 Downing Street.
Q&A with Uri Geller
Mentalist, Uri Geller, answers students' questions at the Oxford University Chabad Society.
A Jewish Filmmaker Tells His Story
Anti-Semitic comments of Helen Thomas, the so-called “dean” of the White House press corp, were exposed in a brief video encounter with Jewish filmmaker David Nesenoff. The video went viral and thrust Thomas’ bias into the spotlight, forcing her career to end. Here Nesenoff tells his fascinating story (with much humor), and makes a passionate plea for Jews to combat anti-semitism by “doing Jewish” in their own lives.
From hijack to rescue, commemorating forty years.
The complex planning, the myriad of emotions; a fascinating behind the scenes account.
Noted scholars and experts in their fields share their knowledge at the Oxford University Chabad Society.