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Ukraine War (2022)

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How the Rebbe empowered each of us to prevent war and bring world peace
A little more love and caring between you and another Jew will generate more compassion and empathy in the entire world.
Batsheva Oberlander, shlucha in Hungary, talks about her refugee work, and is joined by a refugee from Ukraine, who is en-route to Israel.
Ukraine President Zelensky writes the first letter and Israel President Herzog the last
For the first time in modern history—and perhaps even longer than that—two sitting wartime presidents wrote letters in a new Torah scroll that will be dedicated to peace and unity, among the Jewish people. The scroll, which will eventually be housed in Be...
Despite war, Jews gather in large numbers for Purim celebrations
As the war in Ukraine continues into its third year and rockets continue to fall in Kyiv and Kharkov—the country’s two largest cities—the question was would anyone come to celebrate Purim? Would they brave a city with no electricity and no subway service?...
The Jewish community on the "Left Bank" is relatively young and this is our first mikvah ever.
Chabad network redoubles efforts to provide shelter and warmth
Amid blackouts and single-digit temperatures, living conditions are becoming unbearable in many parts of Ukraine. Chabad centers around the war-weary nation are going all-out to keep their communities warm and safe after aerial bombings and missile attack...
Artem Reznik, 30, is laid to rest in Kharkiv after service at Chabad’s Choral Synagogue
A 30-year-old Jewish man from Kharkiv, Ukraine, was laid to rest on Jan. 1 after he was killed during a barrage of Russian airstrikes over the weekend. At least 45 people throughout Ukraine were killed in the last few days as drones and rockets were direc...
Big turnouts at indoor menorah-lightings and parties in every community
Jews around Ukraine are coming out en masse at shopping malls, community centers and synagogues to celebrate Chanukah throughout war-torn Ukraine. Chabad-Lubavitch’s network of hundreds of emissaries and volunteers in every corner of the beleaguered natio...
The Jewish president was joined by Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis serving Ukraine
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky celebrated the start of Chanukah this evening in the presidential palace in the capital city of Kyiv. Taking the wax shammash helper candle in his hands, Zelensky, who is Jewish, himself kindled the first lamp on the...
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