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Velvel Greene, chair of epidemiology public health and professor emeritus at Ben-Gurion University and director of the Lord Jacobovitz Center for Jewish Medical Ethics, discusses science & religion.
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...
Shabbat dinner at Texas hi-tech and entertainment festival draws hundreds off the grid
The first time that Rabbi Mordechai Lightstone and his wife, Chana, attended the South by Southwest (better known as SXSW) music, film and interactive festival in Austin, Texas, attendees approached them and said: “We have a rabbi and his family here; we ...
Fully immersed in a round of beta-testing that has involved more than 5,000 testers from across the globe and will now be opened to the public at large, Chabad.org’s newly designed site offers a revolutionary new platform.
Few if any archaeological finds in the past century have elicited the interest or controversy that has surrounded the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Access to Jewish events are made easier by Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter
From Facebook and Instagram to Twitter, Snapchat and just about every new social-media app available, inspirational Jewish messages and Torah thoughts, pictures and videos of sizzling latkes and bright menorahs, and families and friends celebrating Chanuk...
The backroom of a Brooklyn landmark building served as the global hub for Jewish connectivity
This is the story of how a handful of young Chassidim set out to build a global communications network in the era before Periscope, Skype, VoIP, or even satellite or Cable TV. Their actions would sow the seeds for dozens of future Chabad-led forays into d...
Chabad educator in Short Hills, N.J., describes strategies to capture young attention spans
For Hebrew-school educators, Lag BaOmer presents some unique challenges. It comes as the school year is winding down to a close, competing with end-of-year exams, field trips and sports events—not to mention students with spring fever. Then there’s the st...
Chabad rabbis and educators impact minds and lives on cable TV
The second in a series of articles on Chabad spreading Torah through a variety of media. Television viewers are always on the lookout for something to pique their curiosity in the split second between clicks of the remote. That “something” can be anything...
Believing that modern technology can be harnessed to create an atmosphere imbedded with holiness and beneficent human values, Chabad-Lubavitch schools, aided by the Judaism website Chabad.org, are working diligently to ensure that cyberspace continues to ...
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