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Immediately after mounting a spirited defense of Israel in New York, Benjamin Netanyahu said that he was inspired by the Rebbe, who urged him in 1984 to “light a candle of truth” at the United Nations.
For Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis who volunteer as chaplains for their local law enforcement agencies, performing weddings for fellow men and women in blue is the lighter part of a grueling job.
He relished the opportunity to share Judaism with others in his signature unobtrusive style
Reb Velvel Kesselman, longtime mashpia (spiritual mentor) in Kfar Chabad, Israel, passed away on March 10 at the age of 91, leaving a legacy of piety, scholarship and humility. He and his identical twin, Shalom Dov Ber (Berel), were born into difficult ci...
It will be sent to another Texas town, where young professionals will use it for minyan
When Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Sunday, Oct. 2, members of Chabad of South Austin/Young Jewish Professionals will hold their first minyan since last Yom Kippur. Together, they will celebrate not only the start of the Jewish New Year, but the welco...
Chabad couple is fighting for their right to oversee their children’s education
A flurry of stories has emerged from Gothenburg, Sweden, where Rabbi Alexander and Leah Namdar—co-directors of Chabad-Lubavitch of Sweden since 1991—have been defending their right to homeschool their four youngest children (ages 7 to 13). Their current c...
More than 400 college students flocked to leadership conferences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Florida.
Chabad sets up welcome centers for Jewish guests in Cleveland and Philadelphia
As the presidential convention season moves into high gear, Chabad-Lubavitch is setting up special centers and programs in Cleveland and Philadelphia to provide kosher food, daily prayer services and Torah-study classes for the tens of thousands of visito...
Excitement builds at the kosher campaign stop for every candidate and party
Rabbi Yossi Jacobson will join his neighbors throughout Iowa and head out for caucus night tonight, as they do every four years, being the first in the nation to vote in the contentious presidential primaries. But before that, the rabbi is keeping busy—ve...
As the Obama Administration faces off against the state of Arizona in a challenge to a controversial law that targets suspected illegal immigrants, the Institute of American and Talmudic Law in New York invited lawyers to a seminar on U.S. immigration law...
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