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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Throughout history the Jewish nation has been enriched by converts—upstanding men and women who opted to enter the covenant and become part of the Chosen Nation.
Sephardim originate in the Iberian Peninsula and the Arabic land, and contemporary Ashkenazim are Yiddish-speaking Jews and descendants of Yiddish-speaking Jews.
Young students encourage elderly museum volunteers to don tefillin
They sit there day in and day out. Holocaust survivors volunteering at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Carrying the weight of history on their aging shoulders, they greet visitors, share their memories and pose for pictures...
Judaism’s origins begin nearly 4,000 years ago in the Middle East with a couple named Abraham and Sarah, whom G-d selected to start a new people, the chosen nation.
International cooperation, good deeds and prayers to save stranded soccer team
As the world cautiously celebrates the rescue of eight children who have been trapped in a cave in Thailand, with five people still underground, the country’s chief rabbi marvels at the Divine assistance and international efforts that made the moment poss...
Hebrew has evolved over time. Stay up to date with the facts about this ancient language.
Locals and tourists find kosher food, Jewish resources and a personal touch
Famous for pristine white beaches, temperate weather and friendly locals, Barbados has long been a favorite tourist magnet. Now the eastern Caribbean island nation has another attraction: its own Chabad-Lubavitch center, headed by Rabbi Eli and Sterna Cha...
Learn the basics of what Judaism and being Jewish is all about!
Our forebears were prophets. Later, prophets and prophetesses guided us, chided us and comforted us.
Gravestones toppled, ground overrun with weeds and trees
The Mariupol Jewish community has been an integral part of life in the Ukrainian city for nearly 200 years. Yet if vandals have their way, the last traces of an important part of the city’s Jewish past may soon disappear. The large Jewish cemetery in Mari...
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