Saturday, ‎ / September 26, 2020
Posts by: Frayda Kaplan
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Hanover, Germany: A Tragedy and a Choice
Fifteen years ago, Zev Iluz’s phone rang. The Israeli expat had settled in Hanover, Germany, to escape the pressures of life in Israel. He wanted…
Illness Doesn’t Disrupt Israeli Children’s Summer Fun
It’s Firefighting Day at the Lev Chabad day camp at Meir Hospital, and four-year-old Shira Maatuf is impatient for activities to begin. She has been…
Hamas Rocket Falls Outside the Chabad Center in Sderot
A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip on Thursday night fell less than fifteen meters (fifty feet) from the Chabad center in Sderot and hit…
Art and Design Meet in Chabad of Korea’s New Mikvah
Designed by the emissaries, the mikvah is uniquely Korean. Its roof is reminiscent of the curved, tiled designs that feature prominently in royal Korean architecture,…
60,000 Participants Celebrate Chabad Founder’s Holiday in Jerusalem
Over 350,000 books on Jewish and Chasidic themes were sold in less than ninety-six hours during Israel’s largest Chasidic book fair, hosted at Jerusalem’s Binyanei…
Tefillin, Prayer and A Piano
When community members heard about Alan’s special Bar Mitzva, they came together to make it “a Bar Mitzva to remember.” “I don’t know a lot…
Students to Bring Purim Joy to Israel’s Northern Border
In Israel, dressing as a soldier is a popular choice of Purim costume. But living as a soldier on an isolated base during this holiday…
Kosher in Corsica
In 2017, Chabad’s representative to Corsica, Levi Pinson, approached Jean Michel about opening a kosher kitchen to serve the growing number of Jewish tourists, holiday…
A “Jewish Embassy” In South Korea
Since 2008, Rabbi Osher and Mussy Litzman, South Korea’s first permanent rabbi, have been the address for all things Jewish to the 500-1000 Jews living…
Gearing Up For SuperBowl Sunday With A Kosher Tailgate Party
“Patriots and Eagles fans may find themselves in Vikings territory, but Chabad’s kosher tailgate party will be their Jewish home away from home,”
Wounded IDF Soldiers Feted In New York
B’Lev Echad (translated as “with one heart”) was founded by Rabbi Uriel and Shevy Vigler of Chabad Israel Center of the Upper East Side in…
Home Depot Partners With Chabad For Inclusive Chanukah Experience
You wouldn't think that Home Depot's aisles of plumbing supplies and construction materials would be an attractive Chanukah hang-out for Jewish families. In fact, Jewish…
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