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East African island welcomed Chabad emissaries earlier this year
Winding alleyways make their way past carved doors before spilling into crowded marketplaces. Zanzibar, today an autonomous part of the East African country of Tanzania, was once, not too long ago, a Sultanate. The island—23 miles off the African coast an...
Camp Gan Israel Italy began in 1959, and since 1976 has been held at the famed artist’s former home and studio
Mornings at Villa Bozio, perched at the top of Pieve di Camaiore in Tuscany, begin early. Reveille at Pardes Chana—the girls division of Camp Gan Israel Italy—is at 8 a.m., although campers who want to make it to Cocoa Club better be up earlier than that....
Couple determined to build Jewish life in West African nation
Debbie Bensaid has lived in the Central African city of Kinshasa, Congo, for most of her life. She was three months old in 1991 when her parents moved to what was then called Zaire to establish Chabad-Lubavitch of Central Africa, growing up blocks away fr...
Thousands from around the globe came to Russia and are learning that Judaism there isn’t just history
Until two weeks ago, Alberto Galante had never been to Russia. The 2018 FIFA World Cup drew him to Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Rostov-on-Don, where he cheered on Mexico’s national soccer team as they advanced through the competition. While Galante—who tra...
The scholars at Vaad Hanachos B’Lahak complete their 62nd volume
In recent weeks, thousands of people have received their brand-new sets of Toras Menachem, 60 Hebrew-language volumes of the teachings of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory. An email sent to purchasers notified anyone picking thei...
JERUSALEM—Fifty-one years after the soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces entered the gates of the Old City of Jerusalem, reunifying the holy city after almost two decades of Jordanian occupation, the United States of America officially moved its embassy ...
He was a seventh-generation Jerusalemite who wore the traditional Chassidic garb of his ancestors, complete with a fur shtreimal, yet in striking contrast joined the right-wing Lehi paramilitary group during Israel’s War of Independence to help defend the...
His family aided the Rebbe’s parents during their exile
Dr. Yehoshua (Evsey) Neymotin, a nuclear physicist and a university dean in the former Soviet Union, whose father and grandfather served as faithful frontline soldiers in the spiritual battlefield behind the Iron Curtain, passed away on April 26. He was 7...
Proclamations from the White House and around the nation honor the Rebbe
Education and Sharing Day, U.S.A., a day of national commemoration designated by each president since Jimmy Carter in 1978, turns 40 this year. Across the country, the milestone is being marked with events and discussions focused on education. Education D...
“Moment of Silence” is currently mandated for public schools in 12 states and encouraged in another 25.
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