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He served the local Jewish community for 44 years, taught popular “Soul Talk” course
Dayan Rabbi Yehuda Yaakov Refson, a veteran Chabad-Lubavitch emissary in Leeds, England, rabbi of the Shomrei Hadass Synagogue, director of the Leeds Menorah School and longtime head of the regional beth din, passed away on Sunday night. He was 73 years o...
Emissaries worldwide reach out to those affected by coronavirus
Coronavirus has now affected more than 100 countries and territories around the world, with cases being reported from as remote as Guadeloupe, a French territory in the Eastern Caribbean, to South Africa, which reported its first case on Thursday. Nations...
Big cities and 13 remote communities are in dire need of funds
As the coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues its worrisome spread around the globe with more than 80 affected countries and territories, China, where the virus originated in late December, has been deeply impacted with more than 80,000 infected and almost 3...
Prayers, Torah classes and welfare programs continue in Italy amid fears of virus
What began as pneumonia-like symptoms of a previously unknown virus in Wuhan, a city in central China, first reported on Dec. 31, has now spread globally, with more than 80,000 people infected worldwide, though the vast majority of cases remain in mainlan...
Students inspire Torah study and mitzvahs
The 10th of Shevat marks 70 years since the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson of righteous memory—assumed leadership of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement upon the passing of his father-in-law and predecessor, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of righteous me...
San Antonio sheriff’s deputy visibly displays his Judaism at graduation
San Antonio, the oldest municipality in Texas, is known for its deep history and culture. It was part of the Spanish Empire when it was first settled, and later, the Mexican Republic. Now the seventh-largest city in the United States, with more than 1.5 m...
Some 250 Jewish families affected by worst bushfires in country’s history
The Friday before she lost her home, Verne Dove went with her family to a Shabbat dinner in Coffs Harbour, a small coastal city in New South Wales, Australia. “It was like an apocalypse; 5 o’clock in the afternoon, and everything was orange. It was the mo...
Chabad centers raise funds after Saturday’s mass stabbing
In the aftermath of Dec. 28 attack at the home of Rabbi Chaim L. Rottenberg in Monsey’s Forshay neighborhood, which wounded five, Chabad centers in Rockland County have started an online fundraiser for the victims and their families. The fund is being sup...
Elan Carr brings condolences to victims of the Dec. 10 attack and local residents.
Outside on Martin Luther King Drive, snow fell gently. Inside the JC Kosher supermarket, it looked like a war zone. The glass panels that just days ago were the entrance to the storefront were smashed and on the ground, shattered by hundreds of bullet hol...
Reaching tens of millions since 1987, menorah-lightings take place in major sports venues again this year
As Chabad of Southwest Broward County, Fla., prepares to host Chanukah events at two major sporting events this year, some of the rabbis involved took time to talk about how Chanukah at arenas and stadiums, which have brought the light of the holiday to t...
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