Kansai, Japan: New Chabad Representatives Revive Jewish Community

Kansai, Japan: New Chabad Representatives Revive Jewish Community

The Kinki (Kansai), historic Jewish community was in shambles when American bombers took out its synagogue and Jewish community center in Kobe, Japan in 1944.

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Record-Journal - CT

Wallingford Jewish center dedicates new holy scroll

November 9, 2014

The Valley Signal - CA

Rabbi/filmmaker visits Chabad of SCV

November 7, 2014

Heritage - FL

Chabad of North Orlando's new Torah scroll is coming to completion

November 7, 2014

Heritage - FL

Challah Bake unites women around the world

November 7, 2014

The Daily Voice - NY

Chabad of the Rivertowns Sponsors Challah Bake In White Plains

November 5, 2014

New York Times

Friends, relatives keep Anne Frank’s memory alive

November 4, 2014

The Post-Tribute - IN

Sukkot commemorates Jews’ Exodus from Egypt

November 2, 2014

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Blog: Carnage in Jerusalem

Yesterday at about 7 a.m. my daughter Miri called. "Mordechai just came home from shul. He said that Arabs came in and...

Tziporah Heller | News | Thursday, November 20

Muslims Mark Kristallnacht in Berlin

In a departure from convention, a group of Muslims youth participated at a memorial in Berlin marking the 76th year of...

Staff Writer | News | Tuesday, November 18

It’s Pies for Joy to Say Thanks to Seniors

It was all smiles when preschool children and their families made Pies for Joy for seniors in time for Thanksgiving. The...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, November 17

A Different Kind of Olympics in the Former Soviet Union

While Russians were preparing for the Winter Olympic Games of 2014, thousands of pupils at Or Avner Chabad Jewish Day...

Staff Writer | News | Thursday, November 13

Key Club Memorializes Fellow Student with Charity

When Michelle Nourmand, an eleventh grade student, passed away last June from a brain tumor, she left her classmates and...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, November 10

Grant Will Bring Preschool from Trailers to Building

“Investing in early years infrastructure is part of the government’s plan to make Victoria a world leader in...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, November 10

Sinai Scholars students at Texas A&M University tour a mikvah.

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