Pre-War Chabad Yeshiva Building in Poland Long Thought Gone, Is Found

Pre-War Chabad Yeshiva Building in Poland Long Thought Gone, Is Found

A rooky researcher from S. Paulo, Brazil made it her goal to locate the former glorious building of the Lubavitch Yeshivah school, known as Tomchei Tmimim, building in Otwock, Poland.

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Jewish Federation Head Visits Chabad

Last week, Jerry Silverman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Jewish Federations of North America, met with...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, October 29

Grieving Family of Fallen Soldier Finds a Way to Celebrate

When the parents of an IDF soldier killed in Operation Protective Edge during this past summer told a Chabad...

Staff Writer | News | Tuesday, October 28

Israel’s Welfare Minister Visits Chabad Humanitarian Program

Israel’s Minister of Welfare and Social Services, Meir Cohen, accompanied by Yair Revivo, the mayor of the city of...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, October 27

Teenagers Make Their Own Charity Boxes for Ukraine’s Needy

Teenagers in Fairfax, Virginia, created charity boxes that, once filled, will go to the needy in Ukraine. A part of the...

Staff Writer | News | Friday, October 24

New Building for Growing Moscow School

Hundreds turned out last week to mark the dedication of a new building for Moscow’s Cheder Menachem Jewish day...

Staff Writer | News | Thursday, October 23

Shake the Lulav, Save a Life

Chabad of the East Valley, in Chandler, Arizona, is hosting a stem-cell and bone-marrow registry drive coupled with the...

Staff Writer | News | Tuesday, October 7

After being assisted by Rabbi Levi Cunin of Chabad of Malibu, Yossi Dina, an Israeli businessman, spends some spiritual time in prayer.

After being assisted by Rabbi Levi Cunin of Chabad of Malibu, Yossi Dina, an Israeli businessman, spends some spiritual time in prayer. Go to galleryGo to gallery »

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