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Parshat Vayechi
In an age of instant messaging, instant coffee and instant soup, how long would you wait for a return on a favor before you wrote it off? Patience may be considered a virtue but for many, we are too impatient to be that virtuous...
1888
Rebbetzin Menuchah Rachel Slonim, daughter of Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch and granddaughter of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, was born on Kislev 19, 5559 (1798) -- the very day on which her illustrious grandfather was freed from his imprisonment in the Pete...
How much land does “400 silver shekels” buy?
The Jews of the settlement began to feel desperate, and busy as they were, they scattered towards all the main roads, hoping against hope that even at this late hour a miracle would happen and they would find a tenth Jew...
How much do you know about this ancient, holy city, which has been central to our nation for generations?
Born in the Golan Heights, Batsheva Cohen was inspired by the teachings of Chabad. She established Chabad in downtown Chevron together with her husband Rabbi Danny, and literally "cooks for an army" as they host large groups of soldiers and civilians. Eve...
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Broadcast on parshat Chayei Sarah
If this was an ordinary year, Rabbi Danny Cohen would be preparing to host record crowds at Chabad of Hebron’s annual Shabbat Chayei Sarah mega-gathering located near the Me’arat Hamachpelah (“Cave of the Patriarchs”). But due to the coronavirus, few thin...
Rebbetzin Menucha Rochel was a beloved and revered foundation of the Hebron community for 43 years.
Hebron is the only Holy City where Jewish people currently comprise but a small portion of the population, yet it holds a special place in the hearts of the Jewish people.
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