Thursday, / June 30, 2022
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The Jerusalem Post
Chabad emissaries to Ukraine making seders for new arrivals to Israel

“The shluchim in the Ukraine act as our social workers. They call and say they need help and we help,” Chabad Rabbi Traxler said.

i24 News
Poland: the Chabad movement offering aid to Ukrainian refugees

Rabbi Stambler and his wife, Dina, are welcoming Ukrainian refugees day and night for more than a month

Jewish Insider
DC’s Jewish conference scene returns with Chabad gathering

Ukraine was at the heart of this year’s Living Legacy conference, attended by high-profile guests from the White House, Foggy Bottom and Capitol Hill

Times of Israel
Chabad counselors suspend lives to save Ukrainian campers, some behind Russian lines

Young men and women from Camp Yeka quit jobs, fly to Europe to locate hundreds of children, sending money, love, and a path to safety

Jewish News Syndicate
Chabad in Kishinev looks to provide Purim cheer for Ukrainian refugees

“Our main goal isn’t to only compensate for what the refugees don’t have but to give them a good feeling and make them happy,” says Chabad emissary Shmulik Zalmanov.

The Jerusalem Post
Ukraine-Russia war: Chabad ‘shluchim’ escape Ukraine with orphaned women

Thank you Chabad and all the amazing shluchim/heroes for helping so many Jews in Ukraine and opening so many orphanages for all these lost kids.

The Washington Post
After decades of building their lives in Ukraine, Jews are once again fleeing the country

“Over 30 years we built an amazing community,” said Avraham Wolff, 52, a rabbi who moved from Israel to Odessa, Ukraine, in 1992, as an emissary of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, which is known for global outreach. “And it’s a shame that it has come to this.”

Times of Israel
Chabad couple, with seminary in tow, races from Ukraine to Israel just in time for Sabbath

During a 3-day rush to Kfar Chabad, Mendel and Rivka Borodkin, who work at a girl’s seminary in Dnipro, had to steer a group through a series of bureaucratic and other hurdles.

Local 10
Family of 11, including 9 children, arrive in South Florida after fleeing war-ravaged Ukraine

Rabbi Yisroel and Mrs. Alizah Silberstein arrive in Miami after harrowing escape from Ukraine with only one suitcase.

Haaretz
Ukrainian Jews Prepare for Worst, Pray for Best and Vow to Stay

Jewish community leaders tell Haaretz they are not currently preparing to leave Ukraine. ‘I cannot, as a rabbi, just pack my suitcases and go to Israel and leave everybody behind,’ says one situated close to the Russian border

The Jewish Chronicle
Coffee and meditation: Chabad comes to the suburbs

Lubavitch’s new centre in Hampstead Garden Suburb offers a contemporary multi-purpose space for people to find a connection to Judaism.

Billings Gazette
Jewish life grows in Billings with planned Chabad center

The Jewish movement known as Chabad Lubavitch has announced plans to open a center in Billings where adherents can gather and worship.

It will be the fourth Chabad center to open in Montana; the other three are in Bozeman, Missoula and Kalispell.

“I’ve been keeping an eye on Billings for 15 years,” said Rabbi Chaim Bruk. “It became clear that the need was strong.”

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