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With rockets firing continually into southern Israel from Gaza since last Friday, schools throughout the region are closed as children huddle in bunkers with their families and shell-shocked neighbors.
In a world where large families are not unheard of, it’s not uncommon for a student at a Chabad-Lubavitch run yeshiva to find a cousin or two among his peers.
Among their last acts before their scheduled winter break, legislators in the Parliament of New South Wales hosted a public Chanukah menorah lighting ceremony with leaders from the Jewish Board of Deputies and Rabbi Pinchus Feldman of Sydney’s Yeshiva Cen...
Young at heart and brimming with enthusiasm, Rabbi Sholom Ber Butman, 77, became the oldest person to open a new Chabad-Lubavitch center with the establishment of the 32nd Chabad House in Tel Aviv.
Hamburg, Germany’s Jewish community appointed local Chabad-Lubavitch emissary Rabbi Shlomo Bistritzky as the city’s new chief rabbi.
College students who have considered using the Jewish prayer boxes known as tefillin on a regular basis but were intimidated by the substantial price of the ritual items are being assisted financially through a new campaign launched by Chabad on Campus In...
Efforts to unite Jewish children throughout the world through the writing of a Torah scroll are taking on a uniquely local flavor in the State of Kansas, with day camps, preschools, Hebrew schools and day schools signing up students to sponsor letters in ...
An intensive building campaign launched five years ago by the Central Shule Chabad in Melbourne, Australia, has achieved close to 90 percent of its goal towards establishing a community center that will benefit not only its congregants, but the entire loc...
University students gathered at a South Florida Jewish center this week to receive a free case and parchment in keeping with a biblical command to inscribe verses proclaiming the Almighty’s unity “upon the doorposts of your house and upon your gates.”
A new rabbinical college opened its doors this month, generating a positive vibe in the trendy area of East Boca Raton, an affluent neighborhood boasting a large, but not particularly religious, Jewish population.
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