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In a mass expression of Jewish pride, and reflecting their entry into religious “adulthood,” some 108 young men stood at the foot of the Western Wall for a Bar Mitzvah ceremony that many of their parents – cut down in the prime of their lives – couldn’t w...
It’s a bright, cool afternoon at Jerusalem’s Charles E. Smith Experimental High School for Boys, known locally simply as “Hartman” after the institute and Jewish think tank that houses it. A group of 10th grade boys are horsing around on the basketball co...
For communities encircling the Gaza Strip, a recent stretch of much-needed thundershowers sparked allusions to the sound of rocket attacks.
A Haifa Youth Mourns Parent While Called to the Torah
It certainly wasn’t the special day 13-year-old Nadav Elharar had in mind for his bar mitzvah.
Hundreds of Chabad-Lubavitch yeshiva students in Israel have volunteered to spend their summer vacation, which begins after Tisha B’Av, helping Jews throughout Israel to fulfill the biblical commandment of putting on tefillin (phylacteries).
The Chabad-Lubavitch Youth Organization in Israel is distributing one million books of Psalms around Israel, according to an announcement made this week.
Sandwich Visits a Welcome Reprieve From Rockets
It’s an eerie feeling driving north these days from Tel Aviv. Traffic thins consistently on the coastal road, and by the time you get to Haifa there is nary a car on the road.
Besieged Emissaries Brave Threat of Attacks Just Miles From Border
Dr. Arnon speaking before a large group of Chabad emissaries made an emphatic case, that the emissaries’ visits to bomb shelters and its outpouring of support for bereaved families is a lifeline for the families
Tefillin, music and cookies cheer Israel’s embattled soldiers
Words cannot begin to describe the amount of dust near the Israeli border with Gaza. Even without a lineup of tanks, armored bulldozers and other heavy equipment, one hour in leaves one brushing sand out of hair, ears, nose, pockets and everywhere else.
As Chabad Rabbi Menachem Kutner came to the aid of three members of the Mor family of Safed who were being released from the hospital Sunday, just one question crossed his mind: Where would they go?
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