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6,500 Chabad Rabbis Gather in Show of Jewish Pride and Solidarity
Annual Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries Focused on Promoting Jewish Pride, Fighting Antisemitism by Increasing in Light, and Solidarity with Israel Amid War
The 102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Who Rediscovered His Faith
How A Chess Game in a Manhattan Park Lit a Long-Dormant Jewish Spark
Illini Chabad Dedicates 27,000-Square-Foot Center
Governor J. B. Pritzker Cuts Ribbon, Praises the Center’s Message of Belonging and Inclusion Amid Antisemitism
Missouri Restaurant Goes Kosher for a Day to Support Israel
“Kosher Night at Novellus” in Partnership with Chabad of S. Charles County, MO, Aims to Raise 100k for Humanitarian Aid in Israel
After Two Jewish Hostages Freed, Their Rabbi is Thankful, Prayerful Amid Continuing Crisis
Evanston Chabad Rabbi Meir Hecht “Grateful” After Community Members Judith and Natalie Raanan Freed from Gaza; Rabbi Prays for Hostages Still in Captivity
As “Second Front” Threatens to Flare Up, Chabad Works Tirelessly for the Jews of Israel’s North
Metulla, Israel, is all but deserted today. As mortars, rocket artillery and missiles are launched by terror groups into Northern Israel, the Israeli military has…
#LightForIsrael Campaign Encourages Millions to Respond to Darkness With the Light of Shabbat Candles
Influencers and Shluchim Spread the Word as Shabbat Candles are Lit in Solidarity with Israel
Jews Unite Worldwide Amid Horrific Situation in Israel
Chabad centers in Israel provide shelter and support
Chabad Makes Sukkot More Accessible than Ever
Chabad Will Bring the Sukkah’s Protective Shade, the Lulav and Etrog’s Message of Unity to More and More People
In Canada’s Prairies, a Sweet New Year is Produced Locally at Chabad
Saskatchewan Jewish families join Chabad rabbi to extract fresh, local honey at Chabad's apiary
Amid Earthquake’s Devastation, Chabad-Lubavitch of Morocco an Oasis of Aid
Chabad checking in on survivors, organizing food and water distribution, and aiding those displaced from their homes
Jewish Children Put War Out of Mind at Camp Gan Israel — Kharkiv, Ukraine
For children from the beleaguered city of Kharkiv, near the border with Russia in northeastern Ukraine, the sounds of war have been a part of…
Chabad Marks Birthday of Movement’s Founder
On 18 Elul, we celebrate the birthday of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
Creating Community on the Ball Court
They come for basketball. They stay for Judaism.
City Names Street “Chabad Way,” Recognizing Chabad at University of Illinois’ 20-Year-Anniversary
When the 4,000 or so Jewish students who call the University of Illinois home walk down Armory Ave. in Champaign, Illinois, they’ll notice a new…
Launching Chabad Centers — No Longer Just a Young Person’s Game
Until recently, there had been no synagogue active in the town.
141-Year-Old College Now Offers Kosher in Every Dining Hall
For the first time in the university’s 141-year history, hot kosher meals will be available at all campus dining halls
Maui Chabad Under Evacuation Orders as Wildfires Rage
Chabad Initiates Rescue Efforts Amid Emergency
Remembering the Rebbe’s Father
The 20th of Av (corresponding this year to August 7) marks 79 years since the passing of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson (1878-1944), father of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Rabbi…
The Songs of the Soul on Shakedown Street
In a unique cultural phenomenon, an outsize percentage of Deadheads — fans of the Grateful Dead band — are Jewish, and when Phish did a…
Summer Festivals: Chabad Cuts the Mustard
Summer festivals have been in the Chabad wheelhouse for years, but they are new and especially exciting for the smaller, more isolated Jewish communities that…
Tisha B’Av: Remembering for a Better Future
This evening, Jews around the world will remove their shoes, begin a 25-hour fast, and sit low on the floor in the manner of mourners.
Second Chabad Center Opens in Cowboy State
With the opening this past spring of Chabad of Laramie, the campus town now has a Chabad House as well, and the Cowboy State's 1500…
Anniversary of Rebbe’s Liberation from Soviet Prison
Today, on the Jewish calendar, marks the 95th anniversary of the miraculous liberation of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Joseph Isaac Schneersohn, from Soviet prison.
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