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Posts by: Fay Kranz Greene
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Taking a Global Approach to Helping Israel’s Littlest Victims
If it takes a village to raise a child, what does it take when a child is injured, maimed or G-d forbid killed, in an…
One Community, Three Torahs
Three Chabad centers,three Torah dedications, three weeks in May. It’s a joyous trilogy for the Jewish community of Boca Raton, Florida. The city of Boca…
New Chabad Representatives to Idaho
If you’re Jewish and living in Boise, Idaho, you have to travel six hours by car to Salt Lake City to get kosher food or…
Kabbalates
It sounds a lot like the flavor of the month at Starbucks. “Kabbalates” however, is a hybrid that synthesizes the ancient teachings of the Kabbalah…
England’s Jewish Children To Parade In North London
More than 1500 Jewish schoolchildren from London and the surrounding provinces are praying that it won’t rain on their parade. Tzivos Hashem Craft Workshops, an…
Feeding the Hungry in Philadelphia
Feeding the hungry has assumed biblical proportions in the Delaware Valley with a wildly successful program created by Lubavitch House of Philadelphia. The project known…
500 Jewish Students Expected At Southeastern Campus Conference
The cell phones are racking up lots of overtime minutes in the offices and homes of the Chabad rabbis who work on college campuses in…
30 Tons of Matzah To Reach Jews in Eastern Europe
Herbert Hoover’s goal of “a chicken in every pot” was tame by comparison. The Chabad Lubavitch Organization wants to provide matzah this Passover for every…
90210 Meets Judaism 101
“Public schools should not be hostile to the religious rights of their students and their families,” said Education Secretary Rod Paige in a February 7th…
Purim Goes Mainstream
It’s hard to imagine a time when most American Jews didn’t know what Purim was. But if you remember the sixties, you’ll recall that by…
A Double Blessing for San Francisco’s Jewish Community
On any given Shabbat, the dining room of Rabbi Yosef and Hinda Langer’s home in San Francisco is jam-packed with 40-50 people enjoying good food,…
Chabad Opens in Ko Samui, Thailand
Ko Samui, an island of beautiful beaches and breathtaking scenery in the Gulf of Thailand, is a popular destination for tourists and backpackers. An hour…
Terror Alert Doesn’t Stop Chabad’s Prison Programs
The names read like something out of a movie script. Sing Sing, Attica, Allenwood., medium security jails and Federal penitentiaries. To the New York Dept…
New Yeshiva Building Goes Up In Miami
Anyone who has ever been to North Miami will remember the Golden Glades Interchange – the double, figure-eight elevated junction which is the intersection for…
Deploying the Power of the 23rd Psalm
Move over palm pilot–“psalm pilot” is here. This unique school project seeks to harness the power of prayer, especially the 23rd psalm (the L-rd is…
Getting A Leg-Up On Chanukah Menorahs
It took 6,000 Lego pieces, two and a half hours, 50 adult volunteers and dozens of children to build it. But when the colorful 9-foot…
Oh, Dreidel, I Made You Out Of Shells
Rabbi Zev Katz of Chabad on Wheels in Miami, likes to think out of the box. His Chabad House office is an RV, which he…
Congressman Eric Cantor Lights Richmond Va Menorah
It almost defies the laws of physics, it is hot and cold, frozen and fiery, stationary and sizzling all at the same time. What is…
A Chanukah Wonderland
Tyson’s Corner in Northern Virginia is one of the premier upscale shopping centers in the United States. Home to Neiman Marcus and Saks, Bloomingdales and…
Jewish Troops to Receive Menorahs
The Aleph Institute, a Chabad Lubavitch program that serves the spiritual needs of Jewish inmates and Jewish military personnel all over the world, has recently…
Science and Torah Conference
The fifth Miami International Torah and Science Conference, to convene December 16-18, will feature 40 world-renowned scholars. The agenda: to explore the links between Torah…
Chabad Facilitates Father-Son Reunion
“The first time I met Ari, was at a fundraiser in our shul” says Rabbi Sholom Ber Rodal, director of Chabad of Mount Olympus in…
A New Home for Chabad in Geneva
The voice mail system at the Geneva, Switzerland offices of Chabad Lubavitch answers in four languages: French, German, Italian and English. This international city, home…
Chabad on Campus Hosts Law Shabbat
Missouri Supreme Court Judge Richard B. Teitelman was the featured guest speaker at a recent Shabbat dinner hosted by Chabad on Campus, for Jewish students…
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