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New materials and online classes for monumental 1912 work
The Rebbe did something absolutely extraordinary; he said to himself: if the Nazis searched out every Jew in hate, we will search out every Jew in love.
A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America
Newly published transcripts of some Purim-themed talks given by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory, have added to the wealth of material publicly available for study by tens of thousands worldwide.
Soviet-Era Survivor Educated Her Family in Freedom
Chana Schapiro, a lifelong Chabad-Lubavitch Chasid known for her devotion to her children's education, passed away yesterday in Brooklyn, N.Y. She was 94.
A new exhibit in the central Chabad-Lubavitch library provides a rare public glimpse into some unknown aspects of the life of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
An early and enthusiastic proponent of criminal justice reform through the Aleph Institute
Back in the early 1980s, Judge Jack B. (Yehoshua Binyamin) Weinstein had no reason to take a meeting with a 36-year-old rabbi named Sholom Lipskar. Weinstein was the chief judge of the Eastern District of New York, while the young rabbi was an upstart in ...
Sichos in English publishes new translation and notes on ‘Hechaltzu’
One of the trademark features of any Chassid is an abundant love of one’s fellow. This endless feeling of concern for the material and spiritual well-being of others has inspired so many Chabad rabbis and their wives to move to far-flung corners of the ea...
WhatsApp and Instagram add a contemporary touch to a timeless experience
JFK Airport, 1988. The noise and bustle of the crowded airport would be overwhelming for some. Not so for 18-year-old Sholom, for whom the chaos seems to beckon, inviting him into a new and enchanting journey. Hours of traveling and exhaustion don’t hold ...
Marking 92nd anniversary of the release of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn from Soviet imprisonment
A research article published on sheds new light on the secret portrait of the sixth Rebbe—Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of righteous memory—that remained behind in the Soviet Union following his 1927 exile from the country. The little-known...
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