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October 2022

Urgent Efforts in Ukraine to Provide Generators to Jewish Communities
Ukraine War
Fears escalate as a harsh winter looms amid a crippled energy sector
Bursting at the Seams, Chabads on Campus Host Outdoors in Big Tents
Campus Life
Attendance at meals and events to surge even more during Hakhel year
Dozens of Ukraine Refugees Find a Home at Montreal Women’s Seminary
Ukraine War
Students given full scholarships and airfare to Canada
Rabbi Shmuel Rodal, 77, Brought Judaism to Life for Generations of Students in Milan
Obituary
Devoted teacher published popular Torah newsletter, was key inspector of Italian esrogs
Young Chabad Emissary to Kiev Killed in Jerusalem Traffic Accident
Ukraine War
Yoel Dovid Lenau, 9, had just returned from the holiday season in Ukraine when he was struck
In an Australian Outback Mining Town, a Lone Jew Receives His Final Honors
Australia & New Zealand
Chabad rabbi and volunteers travel hundreds of miles for a Jew they never met
Chabad Keeps Kharkov Residents Warm and Fed as Power Fails and Temps Plunge
Ukraine War
Distributing heaters, blankets, home insulation and food in the war-weary city
Rabbi Mottel Pevzner, 41, Overcame Challenges With Humor and Joy
Obituary
Devoted spiritual guide and “best friend” to all in his tiny, remote French community
Rabbi Canoes Through Floodwaters to Bring Joy to Retiree Couple in Florida
Holiday Watch
Some homes still engulfed in the wake of Hurricane Ian
When a Private Sukkah Costs $4 Million, Where Do We Eat?
Holiday Watch
How Manhattan’s Upper East Siders do the holiday mitzvahs
Simchat Torah Coming to Playa Del Carmen With a Scroll Inspired on a Playroom Floor
Holiday Watch
Dancing with the Torah in Central America and around the world
Sukkahs and Spirits Go Up in Hurricane-Ravaged Florida
Holiday Watch
Hard-hit communities experience 'the season of our rejoicing’
Jewish Life Goes On, Helping Hurricane-Stricken Venice, Fla., Cope With Disaster
Photo Gallery
An emotional Yom Kippur, a Jewish funeral, and Sukkot preparations accompany ongoing aid efforts
Hakhel Year Holidays Celebrated With Increased Joy and Meaning
Holiday Watch
Preparing for Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah as Sukkot festivities abound
Powerless Victims of Hurricane Ian Recharge at Chabad of Punta Gorda
North America
Only days before the storm, Chabad moved into a building that kept its electricity
No Barriers Before G-d: A Look at Chabad’s Dues-Free Communities
Holiday Watch
Yom Kippur will see record attendance this year at Chabad synagogues, where every Jew is a member
Volunteers Transform Florida Chabad Centers Into Hurricane Relief Headquarters
North America
Volunteers and staff provide crucial aid as losses continue to mount
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