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Family and friends gathered in Israel on Sunday night for a gala affair
Moshe Holtzberg, who was orphaned in the Mumbai Chabad center massacre that took the lives of his parents 11 years ago this week, was called to the Torah for the first time in his hometown of Afula, Israel, on Shabbat and celebrated his bar mitzvah on Sun...
Giant tents unite thousands at annual gathering at the Cave of the Patriarchs
On the very site where the Jewish patriarch Abraham offered food and drink to wayfarers from an open tent in the hot desert sun—standing through the ages as the picture of unstinting hospitality—Chabad of Hebron will do its best to live up to his example ...
Joining a thriving center, they will focus on children and young professionals
Thirty-three years ago, when Hong Kong was a British protectorate without a permanent Chabad-Lubavitch representative there or in any Asian port, a Jewish business traveler flying into the region had to come with a suitcase filled with canned goods and co...
Historic high tides overwhelm the City of Canals
In the face of the worst flooding in Venice since the mid-1960s—causing two deaths and hundreds of millions of dollars in damage—the city’s longtime Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries struggled to save their own facility while reaching out to do what they could ...
Chabad emissaries continue outreach around the nation
After a brief overnight break, a new barrage of missiles from Gaza rained down on southern Israel in the early-morning hours on Wednesday, with attacks aimed at central cities resuming by mid-day. While most rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome missi...
Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries out in force with spiritual artillery
Schools and shopping centers throughout southern and central Israel, including in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, were ordered closed by the Israel Defense Forces as terror groups in the Gaza Strip fired barrages of rockets at cities and towns throughout ...
Asks Chabad’s partnership to encourage passersby to engage in the mitzvah
Anthony Fienberg could think of no better way to honor his slain mother, Joyce Fienberg, and the 10 other victims of the Tree of Life massacre in Pittsburgh on its one-year anniversary than to invite the public to lay tefillin on the institution’s grounds...
Wide-ranging care and support from campus Chabad and college administration
A year after the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in U.S. history—the slaughter of 11 Jewish worshippers and injury of six more during Shabbat prayers at the Tree of Life congregation in Pittsburgh—college students talked about the uplifting influ...
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...
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