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Invocation at U.S. Embassy Opening in Jerusalem Delivered by Chabad Rabbi From Long Island
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.
On Wednesday morning—a week after Meadow Pollack, 18, was killed in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.—her father, Andrew Pollack, and brothers, Huck and Hunter, flew to Washington, D.C., for a roundtable discussio...
Discussing a time-tested measure to teach positive values to students
PARKLAND, Fla.—Police cars line the approach to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. They sit at all four corners of the crossroads of Coral Springs Drive and Holmberg Road, dotting the street ahead and in the school parking lot, beyond the chain-link fe...
Two grief-stricken towns remember their children, hoping to channel anguish into positive change
PARKLAND, Fla.—There is a certain silence that hangs over funerals, quieter still when those being buried are the young, the innocent. Life moves on: traffic lights change, palm trees shed their giant leaves, but it all seems unreal, or rather surreal. On...
CTeen gatherings give young people an opportunity to express their grief
Teenagers are a part of Estie Orenstein’s life, which is why when she heard the tragic news of a school shooting in Parkland, Fla., it struck her hard. She and her husband, Rabbi Yosef Orenstein, direct the local chapter of CTeen, the Chabad teen network,...
Rabbi Avi and Mushky Feldman hope to ignite a Jewish fire under the Northern Lights
You can kayak from New York to Iceland in 1,317 hours. Or fly Icelandair in five. At least that’s the tagline Iceland’s main airline plastered all over the Big Apple a few years ago as part of an ad campaign to attract New Yorkers to the land of the North...
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