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Tanach: The bible; acronym for Torah (i.e., the Five Books of Moses), Nevi’im (Prophets), and Ketuvim (the “Writings”; i.e., the Hagiographa).
Author Yanki Tauber’s latest work focuses on the stories of Genesis from a Chassidic perspective
With Simchat Torah on the horizon, Jews around the world are gearing up to begin the annual study cycle of the Five Books of Moses. This year’s learning will be enhanced by a new series, The Inside Story: A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Encoun...
100 wounded and three fatalities in first ride of Amtrak’s new Seattle to Portland route
Shortly after he heard the news that an Amtrak train had derailed on Monday morning in the city of DuPont, Wash., Rabbi Yosef Schtroks, who co-directs Chabad of Olympia in Tumwater, Wash., headed for a nearby hospital where the injured were taken. “Realiz...
Kehot publication merges insightful commentaries with meaningful translation
The sacred words of Tehillim (Psalms) have always been a primary means by which the tears, hopes, fears and aspirations of the Jewish people ascend to the Heavenly Throne. Indeed, no single book of Scripture has been borrowed from so freely by the archite...
A rediscovered scroll that survived Spain tells the story of Jewish survival in Persia
Purim is a holiday commemorating courage and redemption, and what better way to celebrate than by reading a Megillah as steeped in history as the holiday itself. This year, Rabbi Sholom Raichik, director of Chabad of Upper Montgomery County in Gaithersbur...
Thousands to hear Megillat Esther in restaurants, bakeries, parks and in the streets
JERUSALEM—When Rabbi Yisroel and Shoshana (“Shoshi”) Goldberg first arrived in the upscale Jerusalem neighborhood of Rechavia six years ago, they operated out of synagogues and held classes in private homes whose owners were only too happy to welcome them...
Chabad.org’s handy annual companion to its Torah and Haftarah-reading trainer
When 35-year old Jason Grumet was asked to help read the Megillah this year at his 650-member-family synagogue in Southern California, he felt certain that he would be able to master the texts with ease. Like many others, he’s preparing for the task using...
Free online app helps train as you go, highlighting each word to be sung in two different reading styles
Rabbi Yosef Marcus and Rabbi Eli Block discuss their new work
As the Jewish world prepares to celebrate Purim on Monday night, March 9, and Tuesday, March 10 (one day later in Jerusalem), a new edition of the Megillah (The Scroll of Esther) offers a comprehensive new look at the Purim story, including fascinating in...
Chabad.org presents a wealth of information about Purim on VirtualPurim.org. The site is also host to the world’s largest Purim costume contest.
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