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What’s Inside That Pretty Mezuzah Case?
It’s not all that unusual to discover that rolled inside that decorative mezuzah case you purchased in Israel or at your local Jewish gift shop,…
In Time for Shavuot: Israel’s Chief Rabbinate Revises Tablet Logo
Israel’s chief rabbinate updated the design of their logo in which the Ten Commandments will now be depicted in a square rather than the familiar…
A Terror Survivors’ Reunion
Earlier this month, nearly 60 years later, 40 remaining survivors attended a reunion. They met in that same synagogue where in April 1956 the terrorists…
After 30 Years, Rabbi Fulfills Promise to Dying Mother
Matthew Jurgens has one vague and cherished memory of his mother that he holds on to “ever so tightly:” playing a card game with her…
Only Kosher Eatery Opens in Western Ukraine
With a menu offering five salads, a variety of soups, breads and meats, the only kosher restaurant in Western Ukraine opened last week in the…
Lag B’Omer After The Earthquake
This year, Lag B’omer comes at a difficult time for Chabad of Nepal. While sitting down to create her poster, Chani’s husband, Rabbi Chezki was…
Uncovering The Artist Within: Exhibit of Works by Children With Special Needs
Friendship Circle has partnered with Bear Givers foundation to nurture the artistic talents of individuals with special needs towards an exhibit Art of Friendship.
Thailand Chabad Rep Awarded the Jerusalem Unity Prize
To perpetuate the memory of their sons, kidnapped and slain in 2014 by Palestinians, the mothers of Gilad Shaer, Naftali Fraenkel and Eyal Yifrach established…
Chabad Provides Himalayan Trekkers With Satellite Phones
The breathtaking views from mountain precipices and jagged cliffs beckon, but with real danger, and invariably, Chabad is called in on rescue missions when hikers…
Seniors Study Talmud, Reap Social Benefits
Some 50 seniors regularly attend the program which meets five days a week for two and a half hours of Talmudic, Biblical and Chassidic study.
Education Lessons from President Reagan’s Speech
On the Chabad calendar, and in Jewish communities worldwide, today, the 11th of Nissan, is celebrated as the birth date of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi…
In Montreal, Communal Seders Not Just for Needy
Sarah Yevzeroff, well into her 80’s, would have celebrated last Passover by herself in her Montreal apartment. “My husband died and I have only one…
Decoding the Origins of Jewish Tradition
Set to begin in early May, the course promises to examine the differences between the Biblical writings and the Talmudic, Jewish law, and myriad of…
Keeping Pre-Bar-Bat Mitzvah Coming Back For More
Once they approach Bat and Bar Mitzvah milestone, tweens typically drop out of Hebrew School. This fact is supported by the findings of a 2008…
Nonagenarian Thanks Russia for Liberating Her from Auschwitz
“I have come here to thank the soldier from the Red Army who came to save me. Who knows where I would be today, if…
Teens Take Jewish Pride to Heart and Home
“I could not believe that there were so many Jews in one place without being scared,” Cyril Buchinger, a high school senior from France said…
Mezuzahs for Maryland’s Jews in Uniform
“Protecting those who protect us,” is the tagline of a new project providing mezuzahs free of charge to Maryland’s Jewish men and women in uniform.
Thawing Out in Winnipeg’s New Kosher Café
It is well below freezing outside, but inside BerMax Caffé + Bistro, patrons are sipping hot soup and lattes, enjoying a rare Winnipeg experience: kosher…
Port Washington’s Chabad Representative Inducted as Police Chaplain
Rabbi Shalom Moshe Paltiel was inducted in ceremony as Chaplain to the Port Washington Police Department.
French Municipality Names City Street for Jewish Educator
Last week, when the city affixed the sign of a new street named Rue Mendel Kalmanson, the Jewish community saw it is as confirmation of…
Another War Casualty for Donetsk Jewish Community
Iryna Shelkeiva, 54, an employee at the Gan Menachem Chabad preschool, killed Tuesday from a shell that hit her apartment in the Ukrainian city of…
Cyprus: A New Jewish Center for Growing Community
Jewish life in Cyprus is looking good. Good enough to warrant the establishment of a swank new 13,000 sq. foot Jewish community center, set to…
A Community Experience for Jewish Students at CU
This month, Chabad CU will open the doors to a new center that will offer students yet a new and improved experience of Jewish community…
Australia Honors Pioneer of Chabad Synagogue
Today, Australia National Day, Ian Harris was one of 84 individuals to be awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for “service worthy of…
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