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Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s making history sends ‘powerful message of solidarity’
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is slated to help light Berlin’s public Chanukah menorah at the Brandenburg Gate on Thursday evening. This will mark the first time in history that a German chancellor attends a public-menorah lighting ceremony. The lighting ...
Worldwide celebrations of Jewish life and redemption on 19-20 Kislev
From massive public concerts that are expected to draw more than 10,000 participants in New York and Jerusalem to Chassidic farbrengens in homes, synagogues and Chabad-Lubavitch centers around the world, 19th of Kislev is a time to celebrate Jewish life a...
Having served the battered city for decades, Chabad of Sderot doubles down
The Israeli city of Sderot is by no means a stranger to tragedy. Since 2001, more than 10,000 rockets have been fired at its civilians by Gaza-based terrorists. During the Oct. 7 massacre by Hamas, which left 1,400 Israelis dead, 4,500 wounded and as many...
Whirlwind tour of IDF bases, consoling mourners and visits with displaced families
Most people’s first trip to Israel isn’t a jam-packed 18 hours on the ground marked by visiting army bases, paying shiva calls and scrambling to a shelter under rocket fire. However, with Israel in the midst of a grueling war—the country’s response to Ham...
Gear for IDF soldiers; comfort for victims of terror; boost in morale for all
On Yom Kippur, David, a 68-year-old resident of Tel Aviv, spent the holiest day of the Jewish year protesting against a mechitza placed at an outdoor prayer service in Dizengoff Square. He says he hadn’t touched tefillin since his bar mitzvah 55 years ago...
Tens of thousands of meals a day delivered around the nation
JERUSALEM—With tens of thousands of displaced families from Israel’s south in immediate need of food assistance, Colel Chabad—the leading food security NGO in Israel—has sprung into action. With their lives threatened daily by relentless missiles from Gaz...
Four divisions of massive nationwide program address wartime needs
JERUSALEM—As terrifying sirens began to sound around Israel at 6:30 a.m. on Shabbat morning; as the sound and sights of gunfire and exploding missiles were heard in places under direct attack; and as unconfirmed word of a terrible, unprecedented, terroris...
Acts of goodness and kindness practiced by all
One woman with type O blood searches online for communities in need of her blood type as the line outside of Dizengoff Center was full of volunteers waiting for hours to donate. Another offers translation services to new immigrants who don’t know much Heb...
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