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Reflecting one of the themes of the weeklong holiday itself, Sukkot celebrations in communities around the world emphasized that the unity and diversity of the Jewish people go hand in hand.
When Rabbi Mendel and Rochie Zarchi opened the first Chabad House in the Caribbean, they could barely get the necessary quorum for public prayer services. Today, several such centers operate throughout the region.
For the first time in its long, storied history, Rome’s Jewish community is taking the fall holiday of Sukkot to the streets by erecting a biblically-mandated temporary dwelling at a public piazza in the heart of the Italian capital.
A spate of renovations not seen in two decades has brought back some of the original shine, and then some, to a ritual bath used by hundreds of Jewish women in the holy Israeli city of Safed.
Nearly 5,000 people, including a U.S. Congressman and a local disc jockey, packed the streets of West Bloomfield, Mich., to raise awareness for the Friendship Circle.
Beginning Friday night, hundreds of thousands of Jewish men, women and children worldwide are expected to accept the invitation to attend free services at more than 3,000 Chabad-Lubavitch centers around the world.
As Israel faces a ratcheting up of pressure in the international arena, a Brooklyn-based archive and video production house is producing a new DVD that examines a series of conversations throughout the years between the Rebbe and policymakers in Jerusalem...
Almost 100 people capped off two weeks of government-led festivities in memory of 16th-century sage Rabbi Judah Lowe of Prague with a gathering at the institute bearing his name.
Nestled in a trendy neighborhood overlooking the Sea of Galilee, the recently-opened Center for Scribal Arts in the northern mountain city of Safed, Israel, appears at first glance to have been transported from the town’s ancient center.
Taking full advantage of the waning days of summer, communities at opposite ends of the Garden State have packed two of the last three weekends of the season with music, carnival rides, and other family-friendly entertainment.
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