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Women Leaders Confer In New York
More than 1,000 emissaries from around the globe studied, exchanged innovations and shared common experiences
The 11th annual conference of Lubavitch women emissaries was held last weekend in New York. Participants used the occasion to enhance their professional skills and reunite with old friends.
Elderly Key To A Better World, Says Contest Winning Sixth Grader
Young visionary inspired by Chabad-Lubavitch school to win international competition.
A Chinese Chanuka
From An E-mail to the Lubavitch World Headquarters.
Exodus To Katmandu
The paper's art editor describes a new film as 'a cinematic plea for peace and religious tolerance among Israelis'
Chanukah Journal
Thousands Of Communities Prepare For Public Chanukah Observance While Russia's PM Embraces The Holiday's Aspirations.
They're Studying Torah At Sunrise
Bar Mitzvah celebration marks the arrival of new Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in Florida town.
World's Largest Chanukah Site To Link Simultaneous Chanukah Menorah Lightings Around The World
Games, Stories, Recipes, Holiday Kits, Kabbalah Insights, and More in Six Languages on Chanukah Supersite
Russian Jews Unite and More Notes From the Editor's Desk
Some Emissaries Linger... A New Dawn for Russia's Jews... New Film Examines Tensions, Unity... Doctors Seek Torah's Answers...
Armenia's Jews Anxious For Calm
Conversation with Lubavitch emissary to Yerevan reveals concern for future facilitation of Jewish life there.
More Than One Thousand Lubavitch Emissaries To Converge On New York For Intl Leadership Conference
Jewish communities large and small will be represented and discussed at the annual convention.
Deep Into Africa
A Chabad-Lubavitch yeshiva student's diary of encounters on the African continent this summer.
A Jewish Community's Treasures Nourish New Centers
Torah donations give new life to emerging Jewish communities.
Jews In City Of Refuge Revive An Old Sanctuary
After Nearly 50 Years, Shanghai's Ohel Rachel Synagogue Hosts Rosh Hashana Services.
As Promised, ''Days Of Awe'' Will Be Followed By ''Days Of Joy''
A Mid-Tishrei memo on Sukkot, hurricane Floyd and new schools in Russia.
In War-Torn Serbia Two Young Rabbis Reminded Local Jews They Were Not Alone
In Serbia and the rest of the Balkans, Jews caught in the conflicts were offered a rare opportunity to connect with their brethren.
A Night Of Fear And Sorrow With The Families Of Crashed Argentine Airliner
A peek into the diary of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissary to Cordoba, Argentina, Rabbi Yossi Turk, following last week's crash.
Everything You Wanted To Know About The High Holidays -- And Then Some!
A New Website Launched By Chabad-Lubavitch Reveals Mysteries, Teaches The Law, Teases, Quizzes And Spreads A Pocketful Of Tradition.
Mountain Jews Of Caucasus Cling To Traditions
Despite the recent upheavals in Dagestan local Jewish children are getting a new school.
Manhattan's Young Couples Thrilled By New Marital Trend
The Upper East Side is rediscovering and enjoying a millennia-old practice.
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