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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.
How 250 Ukrainian Children Escaped the Russia-Ukraine War
Filmed during the Russia-Ukraine War's opening days, this documentary tells the story of how the woman and children of Chabad Odesa miraculously escaped the invasion to the safety of Berlin. The film features firsthand stories and footage from refugees, C...
Homebound through pandemic and war, Jewish man has been cared for from afar
As the door to the modest Kharkov apartment opened, an elderly man stood in the doorway. When he took in the sight of his visitor, Aizik opened his arms, and crying “Rabbi, Oy,” pulled his visitor in for a hug. It was the first time that Rabbi Moshe Mosko...
Joining their colleagues who never left to help struggling communities celebrate the festival
It had been nearly three months since Chabad-Lubavitch emissary Devorah Levenharts and her family escaped Kiev as part of a convoy—mostly of women and children—that she and her husband had hastily arranged. The couple returned to their Kiev home late last...
In exile, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz has been helping the community he worked to build for 30 years
After three months in exile, Rabbi Moshe Moskovitz and two of his children returned home this week to Kharkov, Ukraine, and to the Jewish community that the rabbi and his wife, Miriam, have built over the past 30 years. “My husband has been hugged about a...
Festivities take to the streets from Odessa, Ukraine, to Chisinau, Moldova
Lag BaOmer is the holiday of Jewish unity, and its symbolism is being widely felt by the thousands of Ukrainian Jewish refugees celebrating the day in the warm embrace of their adopted Jewish communities. In Ukraine, where the Jewish population has felt a...
Rescue effort is part of ongoing campaign to save and serve those in desperate need
Anyone who has ever walked into the home of Rabbi Moshe and Miriam Moskovitz in Kharkov, Ukraine, knows Luda. With her endless energy and dedication, Luda would do everything she could to help the Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries to the city. She would make su...
‘I want the world to hear our stories’
On April 19, Chabad.org first shared with the world the horrific story of Vanda Semyonovna Obiedkova, a 91-year-old Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust hiding in a basement in her hometown of Mariupol, only to perish 80 years later in another Mariupol...
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