Germany: Light in the Footprint of Hate

Germany: Light in the Footprint of Hate

As a light drizzle fell, thousands gathered for a historic Menorah lighting in Berlin, Germany. “I just watched a light extinguish a dark history at the foot of the Brandenburg Gate,” tweeted Richard Grenell, US Ambassador to Germany.

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The Case for Religious Freedom: the Struggle to Expand a NJ Synagogue

Rabbi Dov Drizin never imagined that his Chabad House would become the centerpiece of a federal lawsuit. Arriving in suburban Pascack Valley, New Jersey, he and his wife, Hindy, found “an incredibly welcoming and gracious community” that was very receptive.

Tzipora Reitman | News | Sunday, November 25

Jewish Life Thaws in Remote Arkhangelsk

Government archives show that Arkhangelsk, some 750 miles north of Moscow and more than three degrees higher than Anchorage, Alaska, was once home to two synagogues. Last month, the city’s small Jewish community inaugurated a new synagogue and community center.

Staff Writer | News | Tuesday, November 20

California's Blaze Begins to Contain, Chabad's Help Expands

There are people who lost everything, people who lost a great deal, and people who are still under mandatory evacuation orders who are in need of material and emotional support. Chabad centers respond to reach all of them.

News | Friday, November 16

Ottawa Student Gives Back

More than ten years after he first met the local Chabad representatives, Harley Finkelstein and his wife Lindsay Taub, have decided to give back to the center, donating half a million dollars to purchase a permanent home for the Rohr Chabad Student Network.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Tuesday, November 13

Open Hearts, Helping Hands at UMass Amherst

When hackers broke into university printers and distributed anti-Semitic flyers two years ago, the University of Amherst community was shaken by the spike in blatant hatred.

Shterna Karp | News | Tuesday, November 13

They Come With Hate; We Bring Joy

“When I saw the swastika and the infamous Nazi slogan ‘Arbeit macht frei’ (work sets one free), I was shocked and hurt,” Rabbi Benjy Brackman wrote in an email to his congregants at Chabad of NW Metro Denver.

Ashira Weiss | News | Friday, November 9

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