Saturday, ‎ / September 26, 2020
Posts by: S. Fridman
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Chabad Starbucks Club: College Students Get Into the Giving Habit
A growing group of students have become members at a new club created at the Chabad Jewish Student Center at ASU, to cultivate giving practices…
UC Berkeley Student Senate Passes Bill Condemning Anti-Semitism
Jewish students at UC Berkeley were in a celebratory mood last night after the unanimous passing (20-0) of a bill by the student government condemning…
Circumcision: Benefits Outweigh Risks, CDC Finds
After a seven-year study on circumcision, the Center for Disease Control has found that the ancient ritual is so beneficial, insurance companies ought to pay…
Chabad Preschool Selected For TACSEI National Study
Aleph Academy, the only Jewish preschool in the Sierra-Nevada region, is the first private early childhood program in Nevada to become an implementation site for…
Radical Relocation: Brooklyn Jewish Couple Moves to Hanoi
With a grant from the Rohr Family Foundation, Levi and Mushky Laine, with their 11-month old baby girl Rivkah, have left it all behind for…
Jewish Philanthropist Celebrates Birth of Baby With $2 Million Gift to Chabad Shluchim
Announced by Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky of Lubavitch Headquarters, the gift was made through the Bogolubov Simcha Fund, dedicated to assisting Chabad representatives during their respective…
Fourteen Chabad Centers in the Running for $20k
Some 14 Chabad centers are now within the top 200 most voted for non-profits in the U.S. The votes are accumulating on the Chase Bank…
Boutique Dairy Farm in Germany Goes Kosher
Germany’s kosher consumers can now enjoy a full line of locally produced boutique cheeses and milk that come from a small dairy farm near the…
The Hidden Jews of Solano County
(lubavitch.com) It’s an 820 square mile swath in Northern California with a population of about 500,000. Until recently, anyone living there who happened to be…
Russia’s Public Schools to Embrace Religious Education
Come September 2010, The Foundations of Jewish Culture, as the Jewish volume is named, will be delivered along with the other volumes, to 4th and…
First Israeli Real Estate Trade Fair Held in Moscow
Among the guests joining Chabad of Moscow’s Israeli community for Shabbat services and dinner last Friday night, were a group of Israeli realtors, bankers and…
At Eton College, Jewish Students Try Tefillin
  Eton College doesn’t sound like a place where you would expect to find a Chasidic rabbi helping boys wrap tefillin ...      
A Torah-on-Loan Travels To North Cyprus
A Torah-on-Loan Travels To North Cyprus When Randi Luxenberg was planning her 25th wedding anniversary, she came up with a gift idea for her husband,…
Ukraine Jewish Community Unveils Memorial
Natan Sharansky, Chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, joined the Mayor Ivan Kulichenko, Chief Rabbi of Dnepropetrovsk and the Dnepropetrovsk region Shmuel Kaminezki, and…
Chabad of Israel Prepares To Welcome 130,000 More Jews To High Holiday Services
Chabad-Lubavitch of Israel is expecting to greet an additional 130,000 Jews.
Hong Kong Jewish Community Celebrates Rabbi’s 50th
 When Goldie Avtzon, Chabad representative to Hong Kong, decided to throw a surprise party in honor of her husband’s 50th birthday last week, she had…
New Jewish Day School To Open On Cape Town’s West Coast
Come January 2010, Cape Town's West Coast Jewish community will have its own junior-primary Jewish day school.
First Chabad House Opens in St. Martin/St. Maarten
Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters officially appointed new Chabad representatives to St. Martin/St. Maarten in the Caribbean Islands.
Chabad Center To Open in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
 Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, the educational division of Chabad-Lubavitch, has appointed Chabad representatives to Cambodia, a first for this South East Asian country.  
Entrepreneur Says It’s Time To “Give Back” To Chabad
What’s a successful entrepreneur doing sponsoring the publication of an esoteric, Chasidic discourse? Or repairing the gravesite of its author in some remote Ukrainian townlet?…
At US Colleges, Students Explore Traditional Jewish Values
(lubavitch.com) “In this essay, I examine how my understanding of G-d affects how I should live my life. I ask, ‘what is God, where is…
At Argentine Consulate, Hundreds Bid For Art and Orphans
(lubavitch.com) Thursday night’s frigid temperatures did not factor in at all at the Argentine Consulate of New York City, where hundreds of guests mingled jovially…
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