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After trial period in Tel Aviv, Super HaTzinor opens its doors permanently to serve a diverse community
Nestled in the desert city of Beersheva’s “Bet” neighborhood is an unassuming piece of real estate that hopes to make waves in Israel’s supermarket industry. Super HaTzinor is a full-fledged supermarket that is the result of an ongoing partnership between...
Emissaries “up for anything” help make remote community a hub of Jewish life
Nestled in the city of Belém, Brazil—the gateway to the Amazon—is a community of Jews who, thanks to a dedicated Chabad emissary couple, have experienced a renaissance of Jewish life and practice over the past 40 years. Currently, there are an estimated 1...
Chabad of Rechavia set to open new center in time for Purim
“Welcome to our new abode!” Rabbi Yisroel Goldberg, who co-directs Chabad of Rechavia with his wife, Shoshana, proudly proclaimed as he stood among loose wires and partially removed drywall in a now-vacant apartment in Jerusalem’s Rechavia neighborhood. G...
Dr. Benjamin Harouni, 28, killed a week after celebrating his birthday
The Jews of San Diego gathered in El Camino Memorial Park in Sorrento Valley on Sunday to mourn the loss of Dr. Benjamin Harouni, 28, a young dentist and a dedicated member of the Jewish community. San Diego, even more so than other parts of southern Cali...
Colel Chabad program supports children who have lost a parent
JERUSALEM—At a wedding hall in Jerusalem earlier this month, 50 girls—many of them dressed in white tulle—celebrated the milestone of becoming a bat mitzvah. Their shared joy, however, was underscored by shared feelings of grief as each one of them had a ...
It took two rabbis from Houston and Germany, and help from Above, to prevent a cremation
Before Danny Carson of Galveston, Texas, passed away last month, he and his wife decided that he would be cremated. But it was an unlikely pairing of two rabbis—one his nephew from Houston, the other a stranger from Germany—who were able to help steer his...
With its economy devastated, Colel Chabad helps the city’s neediest
JERUSALEM—As Israel experienced its first real downpour of the year, war-weary Ashdod residents were grateful to have secured a bundle of winter clothes to keep warm and dry. Hundreds of items, all new and high quality, were made available when Colel Chab...
Dedicated supporter of Chabad in California and around the world
In powerful Hollywood circles, Marshall B. Grossman was known as a consummate litigator who represented clients like Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood and J.K. Rowling, and corporations like Apple, Blockbuster and Netflix. Grossman, who passed away in Octo...
Group among many dedicating their winter vacation to volunteering and support
JERUSALEM—As the sun began to set in Israel on Wednesday night, 40 young Jewish professionals from across the United States somberly walked through what was once the bucolic town of Kfar Aza, one of the devastated communities along Israel’s southern borde...
Chancellor Olaf Scholz makes history and sends a ‘powerful message of solidarity’
Wearing a black kippah, and speaking about antisemitism past and present, Germany’s Chancellor Olaf Scholz helped light Berlin’s public Chanukah menorah at the Brandenburg Gate on the first night of Chanukah, marking the first time in history that a Germa...
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