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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...
Inspired by rabbi injured in synagogue shooting
As the Jewish world grapples emotionally with another deadly synagogue shooting—and the family of Lori Kaye begins a grievous mourning process—Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, the indelibly injured yet indomitably spirited founding rabbi of Chabad of Poway, has a...
Organizers say they will try again within two years
Nearly 50 years after man first set foot on the moon during the U.S. Apollo 11 mission—perhaps with a little less fanfare—Israel and its supporters around the world were looking to celebrate another moon landing. But their hopes were dashed at the last mo...
Koh Samui giving Kathmandu a friendly run for biggest crowd of matzah-eaters
Nepal’s world-famous Passover Seder, held annually high in the Himalayas in the capital city of Kathmandu, reaching a peak of some 2,000 guests last year on its 30th anniversary, stands as a perpetual icon of Chabad-Lubavitch’s “no mountain too tall to cl...
Family survives after heeding 5:30 a.m. siren
Shocked but grateful that no one was killed, residents of the small central Israeli village of Mishmeret, out of the usual range of enemy rocket fire, are pulling together with the help of the town’s Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries after a rocket from Gaza de...
His father was imprisoned for practicing Judaism for the first seven years of the boy’s life
One of the chief engineers involved in the creation and post-launch supervision of the moon-bound Israeli spacecraft “Beresheet” is a Chabad-Lubavitch Chassid who overcame Soviet oppression and anti-Semitism to play a leading role in Israel’s public and p...
Jerusalem launch brings together readers helped by the award-winning publication
A Time to Heal: the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Response to Loss and Tragedy has become the trusted companion to thousands of readers in the throes of grief and mourning since its publication in 2015. The recent publication of the newly translated Hebrew edition,...
Vigils and protests mounted for Ori Ansbacher, a ‘gentle soul’
With a suspect in custody and a clamoring for the death penalty in the case, the nation of Israel and the family of Ori Ansbacher, 19, brutally murdered in a Jerusalem forest while taking a walk on Thursday, mourned her loss, with her mother describing he...
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