Vienna's Jewish Renaissance

Vienna's Jewish Renaissance

The revival is arresting. Fritz Bittman, one of few remaining Jews born in the shadows of the Holocaust, offers a rarefied perspective. He considers the arc of change from the post-Holocaust years when young Jews had only negative associations with their Jewish heritage. “Without the work of Chabad in Vienna, a lot of youngsters here would not know what Judaism is. The Lubavitcher Rebbe has released a lot of sparks.”

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Critical Thinking Meets Chanukah Fun

STEM is a new-age curriculum designed to engage children in science, technology, engineering and math. This Chanukah, it was integrated in children’s programming at Chabad centers around the world.

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 20

Helping Seniors Get Cyber-Savvy

The Cyber-Seniors program began in 2009, when two teenage sisters noticed how much technology had improved their grandparents’ lives, allowing them to keep in closer touch with their children and grandchildren. The sisters developed a training manual and recruited their friends to visit nursing homes, where they taught seniors how to use email, Facebook, and YouTube.

Sarah Ogince | News | Monday, December 18

Chanukah Lights at the Polish Parliament

Poland’s new Prime Minister was sworn in Tuesday evening, December 12, as Chabad kindled the first light of Chanukah, in the Polish Sejm (Parliament), where the two events were hosted back-to-back.

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 13

From Imprisonment To Freedom

It’s a 219 year old celebration. And it happens all over the world. The 19th of Kislev, beginning at sunset on Wednesday evening and lasting through Thursday, Dec. 7, will be marked globally with lectures and farbrengens—gatherings of people dedicated to the study of Chabad Chasidut—the mystical inner dimension of Torah study.

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 6

Chabad Mumbai: Remembering, Rebuilding

Nine years ago this week, terrorists stormed the Nariman Chabad House in Mumbai. Members of the Islamic terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba held Chabad representatives Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg and four of their guests hostage, before brutally murdering them. Two-year-old Moshe Holtzberg was saved by his nanny.

Shaindle Fogelman | News | Tuesday, November 28

Thinking About Giving Thanks

What are you thankful for? At the 6th annual International TGIS Shabbaton, the hundreds of teenagers who participated said they’re thankful for Shabbat. High school students who participated locally in cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles and Manchester in the UK, united in their regions for a phone-free 25-hours.

Staff Writer | News | Thursday, November 23

Moshe Holtzberg Returns To Mumbai

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