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Herz, Libby

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In 1956, 12 young men in their early 20s stepped off an El Al flight on a very important mission. Handpicked by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, they were sent to the central Israeli village of Kfar Chabad to console the local...
Fully immersed in a round of beta-testing that has involved more than 5,000 testers from across the globe and will now be opened to the public at large, Chabad.org’s newly designed site offers a revolutionary new platform.
When the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, first called for the near-annual study of Rabbi Moses Maimonides’ foundational 12th century legal code known as the Mishneh Torah, he stressed the unity achieved by the entire Jewish Peopl...
One of the most-widely attended Jewish film festivals in the United States shined a spotlight on the lives of religious women this week, treating all-female audiences to screenings of a uniquely feminine work of art and a chance to get to know the film’s ...
At 4:00 p.m., the Hilton New York in Midtown Manhattan was mobbed with more than 3,000 women of different ages and from locations across the globe, all of them Jewish educators, school administrators, Chabad House directors, inspirational speakers and the...
Jewish college students from all over Texas and beyond are gearing up for a weekend of fun, friendship, and some old-fashioned southern hospitality.
Jewish communities across the globe united to strengthen observance of the Sabbath this weekend, with Chabad-Lubavitch centers experiencing larger-than-normal crowds for what had been dubbed “One Shabbat, One World.”
It’s 5:30 a.m. and faxes and e-mails are coming in nonstop. A maintenance worker hauls fresh chocolate cookies off a truck while another stacks endless pairs of non-leather shoes into a wooden shelf.
For the past four years, graduate student Kelly Scovone has vacationed in Key Largo, Fla., during her mid-winter break.
In the months before bar mitzvah boy Jeremy Benjamin ascended to the Torah at his Nashville, Tenn., synagogue, he learned to don the prayer boxes known as tefillin and to read from Judaism’s holiest scroll—all in all, standard pre–13th birthday fare for a...
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