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Hyper Cacher Paris Massacre (2015)

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Annual Chabad dinner moved to the 19th district, near the site of the Hyper Cacher attack
Nearly 2,000 people, including hundreds of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries, attended the 10th annual Beth Loubavitch gala dinner on Wednesday night in Paris. The evening was dedicated to Rabbi Shmuel “Moulé” Azimov, the former leader of the Chabad community i...
‘We need to build bridges, not escape hatches,’ says Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal
In light of the recent attacks in Paris and Copenhagen, where Jewish people were murdered in a kosher market and outside of a synagogue, as well as a number of violent acts recently against Jews in Berlin, Germany, Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, ...
After attacks in France and Denmark, considering what’s next for European Jewry
France is still reeling from a week of violence in Paris in early January that left 17 people dead, including four Jewish men shot and killed at the Hyper Cacher kosher grocery on a Friday afternoon before Shabbat. An enormous rally that included heads of...
Safety and security are important, but education is the only long-term solution
France is still reeling from a week of violence that began in Paris with the brutal massacre of 12 people on Jan. 7 at offices of the “Charlie Hebdo” publication. It was followed by the murder of a female police officer and culminating in a terrorist atta...
Father’s letter urges mitzvah observance in memory of his son
The last message that Yoav Hattab, 21, sent before entering the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket last Friday—where his life was cut short in a brutal act of terrorism—was an SMS message urging a friend to observe the upcoming Shabbat. 11:24 Yoav ... try to...
An ad urges the ongoing emphasis on good deeds and Torah study in response to terror and anti-Semitism
A new radio advertisement in France is encouraging Jews throughout the country to increase their religious practice in light of recent terror attacks and ongoing anti-Semitism in the country. According to Rabbi Chaim Shneur Nisenbaum of the Complexe Scola...
Discussions, Torah learning and support for French Jewry at the holy Friday-night meal
With terrorist murders in France, as well as growing campus anti-Semitism on the minds of Jewish students everywhere, some Chabad on Campus chapters are making special efforts this Shabbat to feature French-themed Shabbat dinners in a show of unity and su...
The departed are eulogized by family and dignitaries at a ceremony attended by thousands
The four victims of a terrorist attack at a kosher supermarket in Paris were laid to rest in Jerusalem today at a ceremony attended by thousands of mourners. Yoav Hattab, 21, Yohan Cohen, 22, Philippe Braham, 40, and François-Michel Saada, 64, were eulogi...
Following a huge show of support at 1.5 million rally, community and leaders remain resolute
After what is believed to have been the largest rally ever in France after terror attacks rocked the city of Paris for a week—including the participation of more than 1.5 million people, and 40 presidents and prime ministers from around the world—French c...
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