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Rabbi Peretz Kazen, Son of Chabad.org’s Founder YY Kazen, Sets Out to Dedicate Campus in Father’s Memory
In the late 1980s, Rabbi Y.Y. Kazen recognized that the future lay in what would soon become the World Wide Web. This vision would lead him to found Chabad-Lubavitch of Cyberspace, also known as Chabad.org. By the time Kazen tragically passed away in 1998...
25 years after his passing, we take a look at the pioneering work of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Kazen, the father of the Jewish internet, and how the seeds he planted have flourished and grown.
Chabad scholar and author Rabbi Nissen Mangel mark the triumph of good over evil with four generations
Rabbi Nissen Mangel’s entire life has been a miracle. He was a 10-year-old child when he came to Auschwitz in a clattering cattle car stuffed with humanity. Not many 10-year-olds were sent to the right, towards life, by the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele. But...
IDF and Shin Bet free Ori Megidish from Hamas captivity
Israeli Defense Forces soldier Pvt. Ori Megidish was rescued in Gaza by Israeli forces on Oct. 30 in what was widely hailed as a miracle and a precursor for good news to come. Megidish, 19, was captured on Oct. 7 from the Nahal Oz base amid Hamas’s murder...
Brit milah ceremony provides continuity and calm amid the chaos of war
A brit milah (circumcision) is always a cause for celebration, but when a young Jewish boy was brought into the Covenant of Abraham in Chabad-Lubavitch of Poland’s bustling Warsaw center earlier this month, there was a particularly poignant feeling in the...
Missouri Governor, Senate and House unite at state Capitol
Missouri Rep. Michael Davis didn’t even have time to put his jacket back on. He had left the Missouri House floor to meet with a Chabad-Lubavitch delegation representing communities from across the state. On the legislative agenda on this April 12: honori...
With tons of supplies and open hearts, Kentucky rabbis race to help
After deadly tornadoes tore through America’s heartland, Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries are at the forefront of the herculean aid effort now underway in the hardest-hit communities. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear called it “one of the toughest nights in Kentucky...
The stories that shaped the past 12 months
As the Jewish year 5782 is ushered in with the High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur—the second High Holiday season of the pandemic—here is a look back at some of the stories that helped define this year, as featured on Chabad.org/News. It was a y...
From tallest building in the world to southernmost point in the U.S., Chabad will bring Rosh Hashanah to all
As the 2021 High Holidays approach and the delta variant of the coronavirus creates a new time of uncertainty, one sure constant will be the availability of safe High Holiday services at Chabad-Lubavitch centers across the globe. As they have throughout t...
The Shul of Bal Harbour’s overwhelming effort continues providing comfort and aid to all
In the days following the condominium collapse in Surfside, Fla., the world has watched as the city’s Jewish community united to assist and console their friends, neighbors and all of the families and individuals directly impacted by the tragedy. Here are...
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