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The Yad B’Yad charity center in Lod, Israel, which distributed12,000 backpacks and assorted school supplies to needy children throughout the country this year, made a special disbursement to nine immigrant children whose father was murdered in their nativ...
New South Wales Parliamentary Sec. David Clarke lauded the efforts of the Yeshiva Centre’s Our Big Kitchen program, highlighting the teachings of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, that inspired its faith-based mission.
Coinciding with public commemorations of the founding of Hungary - celebrated every year on Aug. 20 - President Janos Ader bestowed the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic upon Chabad-Lubavitch of Hungary director Rabbi Baruch Oberlander.
The new four-acre campus of the Lubavitch Yeshivah-International School for Chabad Leadership officially opened its doors this week in Oak Park, Mich., with students from around the world moving in and preparing for classes that begin on Tuesday.
Members of the Chabad Ocean Synagogue in Hollywood are breathing a bit easier after the return of an ornate crown that had been stolen more than a month ago from one of their Torah scrolls.
Students and community members are reportedly $4,000 into a $24,000 grassroots fundraising and renovating campaign to completely remodel the Rohr Chabad House at Arizona State University.
Mr. Sami Rohr, 86
International businessman and philanthropist Sami Rohr, whose communal heart and financial acumen funded Jewish community centers around the globe and laid the groundwork for a rebirth of Judaism across the former Soviet Union, passed away Sunday.
Jewish tennis fans found kosher food and more at Wimbledon last week, taking a break between matches to grab some barbeque and pray at the food truck operated by Chabad-Lubavitch of South London Campuses.
As President Vladimir Putin toured the region by helicopter and emergency aid arrived from Moscow, reports from the field indicated that while the flooding was widespread, Jewish community interests in Krasnodar, including synagogues and schools, were not...
Approximately 400 rabbinical students made a final stop in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, N.Y., before heading out around the world as part of the popular “Roving Rabbis” summer rabbinical visitation program coordinated by Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch...
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