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In exile, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz has been helping the community he worked to build for 30 years
After three months in exile, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz and two of his children returned home this week to Kharkov, Ukraine, and to the Jewish community that the rabbi and his wife, Miriam, have built over the past 30 years. “My husband has been hugged about a...
Rescue effort is part of ongoing campaign to save and serve those in desperate need
Anyone who has ever walked into the home of Rabbi Moshe and Miriam Moskovitz in Kharkov, Ukraine, knows Luda. With her endless energy and dedication, Luda would do everything she could to help the Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries to the city. She would make su...
Almost 100 celebrate the festival despite shelling and curfews
Despite ongoing shelling and strict curfews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkov, nearly 100 people gathered in the basement-turned-shelter of the Chabad-Lubavitch Choral synagogue on Friday night to celebrate the first Passover Seder. They all slept ...
Countless lives transformed by the Rebbe’s advice on positive living
Sometimes, a book will speak to a reader and lead them on a path they never envisioned. It is unusual, though, for a book to do so for large groups of people. Yet that’s exactly what happened in the three years since Positivity Bias by Rabbi Mendel Kalmen...
Tatyana Chabarova of Kharkov gets ready to celebrate Passover with Chabad in Israel
Before the fighting in Ukraine, Tatyana Chabarova often heard her rabbi, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz, the Chabad-Lubavitch emissary of Kharkov, say, “Think good, and it will be good,” quoting the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory. That was...
Proclamation emphasizes the Rebbe’s positive example for people around the globe
Emphasizing that education is the key “to achieving greater opportunity, prosperity, stability, and equality both here and around the world,” the White House released a proclamation designating April 12, 2022, as “Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A,” in hon...
Israeli Eytan Stibbe to take shmurah matzah to the International Space Station from Chabad
Eating hand-made shmurah matzah in space during Passover may sound like something out of a sci-fi film, but when four astronauts lift off tomorrow on the Axiom Space mission to the International Space Station that is exactly what will happen, given the mi...
JewQ international contestants compete in Princeton, N.J.
Fourth-grader Avery (“Masha”) McMullen of Haverford, Pa., loves to learn, and says language arts is her favorite subject. But it was her knowledge of Judaism that propelled her to the head of the class in an international Jewish competition for kids. When...
People risk their lives to bury others in the dignity of tradition
For several weeks, Chabad-Lubavitch of Kharkov had been delivering food to an elderly man in their community—one among hundreds who they have been helping directly even as bombs continue to devastate their city. On Monday they arranged for his Jewish buri...
Celebrating the holiday far from home
Late on Tuesday, Miriam Moskovitz, a Chabad-Lubavitch emissary to Kharkov, Ukraine with her husband Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz, received a text from a woman in her community and a photo of fresh-baked hamantaschen. Given that it was a day before Purim, that wa...
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