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Thousands at Funerals for Israeli Soldiers Killed in Terror Attack
Israel
Two others in critical condition as attacks continue on Friday
Baby Whose Mother Was Shot in Terror Attack Laid to Rest in Jerusalem
Israel
Wounded parents had visited the child for first time hours before his passing.
Rogachover Gaon’s Enigmatic Teachings Brought to Light in New Study Program
North America
Early 20th-century sage described by the Rebbe as an ‘unmatched scholar’
A Visit to Chicago’s Oldest Chabad Congregation
North America
Founded in 1875, Anshei Lubavitch lives on in a kosher nursing home
Boots and a Jew Not Yet Out of the Florida Woods: A Chabad Chanukah Story
Holiday Watch
A special visit to a homebound senior during a busy holiday week
How 5 Yeshivah Students Are Spreading Light Along the West Coast
Holiday Watch
A seven-day trek from Southern California to Washington state
Five yeshivah students from Yeshivas Ohr Elchonon Chabad in Los Angeles are utilizing their Chanukah break to spread light along the West Coast, from Southern California to Washington.
NEW PHOTOS: Menorahs and Chanukah Celebrations Around the World
Holiday Watch
Chabad brings holiday to millions, from major cities to small rural villages
George H.W. Bush, 94, Presided Over ‘Age of Miracles and Wonders’
Obituary
Corresponded with the Rebbe at a pivotal stage in modern history.
IDF Soldiers Prep for Tunnel Op With Menorahs, Dancing (and Doughnuts)
Holiday Watch
Visit from yeshivah students boosts those working on new anti-tunnel operation
11 Police Officers From Pittsburgh Shooting Light Long Island Menorah
Holiday Watch
Tallest menorah in Long Island lit by first responders
Paris Riots Didn’t Stop Thousands at Eiffel Tower Menorah-Lighting
Holiday Watch
Celebrating Chanukah hours after most violent protests in years
Chanukah Comes to Life in Modi’in, the Birthplace of the Maccabees
Holiday Watch
Merging past, present and future in a hyper-modern Israeli city
After Anti-Semitic Attack, Columbia U. Professor Lights Campus Menorah
Holiday Watch
Kindling the first candle in response to swastikas painted on her office walls
On Ukraine Frontline, Prepping for Chanukah Under Martial Law
Former Soviet Union
Public menorah will be lit in Mariupol, industrial port on Sea of Azov
Rabbi Gives Cars to Those Who Lost Everything in California Fire
North America
Chabad of Chico initiative helps victims in dire need of transportation
Aftershocks Rattle Anchorage After Massive Earthquake
North America
No deaths or serious injuries reported, but thousands without electricity and water
8 Fantastic Menorahs and Where to Find Them
Holiday Watch
These go way beyond your garden-variety brass menorah
Record Turnouts Expected at Public Menorah-Lightings Worldwide
Holiday Watch
Calls for Jewish solidarity after anti-Semitic attacks around the world
Giant Menorahs to Memorialize Young Victim of Unsolved Murder
Holiday Watch
Eliyahu Moscowitz, 24, is remembered as a beacon of light and joy
45 Years of Car Menorahs Lighting the Way
Holiday Watch
With morphing sizes, shapes, materials and vehicles, they’ve become a familiar sight at Chanukah the world over
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