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March 2022

120th Anniversary of Rebbe’s Birth Uplifts People Around the World
1,210 new institutions mark a renewed commitment to the Rebbe’s vision
11,200 Boxes of Matzah in 800 Communities to Honor Beloved Rabbi
Holiday Watch
Rabbi Chaim Gurevitch’s final act was to give shmurah matzah to a Jewish family
How Jews in Ukraine Will Celebrate Passover This Year
Ukraine War
50,000 Seder kits with matzah and other holiday necessities are on the way
Redesigned and Updated,’s Haggadah Brings a Classic Text to Life
Holiday Watch
Second edition tops Amazon’s charts for both “Haggadahs” and “Jewish holidays” categories
Five Killed in Terror Attack in Bnei Brak, Israel, Are Laid to Rest
Victims included local residents, an Israeli Arab police officer, and workers from Ukraine
What It Has Been Like to Host Ukraine Refugees
Ukraine War
Chabad-Lubavitch emissary Chanie Myers writes of having more than a dozen house guests at any given time
New York Judge Rules on Some Smart Jewish Kids
JewQ international contestants compete in Princeton, N.J.
Two Killed, Six Wounded as Terrorists Open Fire in Hadera, Israel
Gunmen armed with automatic weapons killed by police
These Yeshivah Students Spent Purim in the Heart of the War in Eastern Ukraine
Ukraine War
Reading the Megillah amid air-raid sirens and adjacent to Europe’s largest nuclear plant
In Hungary: Doing Whatever We Can to Help the Ukrainian Refugees
Batsheva Oberlander, shlucha in Hungary, talks about her refugee work, and is joined by a refugee from Ukraine, who is en-route to Israel.
Overcoming Shortages to Bring Passover to 30,000 Ukraine Refugees in Europe
Ukraine War
Mega-seders and home deliveries require many tons of shmurah matzah, wine and other staples
Chabad Rabbi Murdered in Terrorist Attack in Beersheva
Rabbi Moshe Krivitski ran a Colel Chabad soup kitchen for more than 10 years
At Least Four Dead in Terrorist Attack in Beersheva, Israel
Assailant identified as Bedouin with terrorist ties
As Bombs Fall, a Jewish Burial in Kharkov, Ukraine
Ukraine War
People risk their lives to bury others in the dignity of tradition
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, 94, Revered Torah Authority
A photographic memory, humble spirit and panoramic mastery of Torah sources
Thousands of Ukraine Refugees in Europe and Israel Take a Joyous Break for Purim
Ukraine War
Celebrating the holiday far from home
In Ukraine, Jews Celebrate Purim With Muted Joy
Ukraine War
Holiday goes on in cities under attack
Purim Begins Worldwide: For Some, in Unexpected Places Far From Home
Holiday Watch
In-person celebrations return, with commitments to Judaism stronger than ever
25 Chabad Rabbinic Interns Dispatched Towards Ukraine Border
Ukraine War
They welcome refugees, distribute food and lead religious services
Kharkov Yeshivah Takes Direct Hit, No One Injured
Ukraine War
Other communal buildings are also damaged; Chabad vows to rebuild
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