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Rosh Hashanah meal draws 50 people; 2,000 residents and visitors hear shofar
Tiberias, one of Israel’s four holy cities and a destination for visitors from around the world, has welcomed a new Chabad couple, who began 5780 with a resounding start. Rabbi Yona Elimelech and Esther Malka Zilbershtrom, who arrived only a month ago wit...
Bratislava city center procession and bar mitzvah mark a community’s coming of age
A new Torah scroll is in place in Slovakia, the first to be completed in the Central European country since the Nazis murdered most of its Jewish population during World War II, while one proud Jewish boy will live to tell the tale of having celebrated hi...
1907 synagogue, one of Argentina’s first, is open again after years of neglect
Its hallowed walls smeared with graphic anti-Semitic graffiti after being taken over by the most unsavory of squatters over the past two decades, one of Buenos Aires’s oldest synagogues has been reclaimed through the efforts of a local Chabad-Lubavitch em...
Dutch Jewish athletes sought moral support and help in celebrating Shabbat
Chabad educators like to turn their students into leaders and influencers in their own right as quickly as possible. So upon leaving this year’s European Maccabi Games in Budapest, where he had journeyed last week to support his country’s team, Rabbi Yank...
Writing in “Newsweek,” Dr. Howard Kaye shares his grief and resolve
In a Newsweek op-ed last week, Dr. Howard Kaye, who lost his wife to a gunman’s bullet on April 27 at Chabad of Poway, Calif., shared with the world for the first time since the tragic shooting the depth of his grief and his resolve, and sought to prevent...
First printing quickly sold out; requests coming in for translations
With its author in high demand among a broad spectrum of audiences, a newly released book on the power of positivity based on the teachings and personal example of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—is in its second printing, way ...
Dozens were studying in a Chabad synagogue next door
The southern Israel town of Sderot hunkered down on Friday, fearing a return to incessant rocket fire from Hamas in Gaza after a missile struck a building housing a yeshivah adjacent to the local Chabad center and synagogue, where dozens were in the middl...
Annual influx of Jews of all backgrounds from Israel and abroad
Most Chabad centers host large annual get-togethers, including festival celebrations, High Holiday services, Chanukah menorah-lightings, fundraising dinners and, of course, their ever-expanding Passover Seders, where attendance topped out this year at aro...
Global innovators to gather at Chabad of Westmount
Israel lunar-space program chief engineer and Chabad Chassid Alexander Friedman of “Beresheet” moon mission fame will be the honored guest on May 22 at a gala event in Montreal. Chabad of Westmount’s, “Venture: An Evening With Philanthropists and Global I...
School was founded and led by Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger, killed by a terrorist in March
A prominent Chabad-run Moscow synagogue, itself a target of 21st-century anti-Semitic hate and destruction, has donated a Torah scroll to the yeshivah in Tel Aviv that was launched and led by terror victim Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger. The 47-year-old father of 1...
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