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News | Thursday, August 30
Germany's lower house of parliament passed a resolution yesterday, July 19, reaffirming the religious rights of parents seeking to circumcise their infant sons.
Mordechai Lightstone | News | Friday, July 20
Chabad scholars and students marked the centennial anniversary of the ground-breaking series of Chasidic discourses delivered orally by the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Sholom Dovber Schneersohn. In honor of the anniversary, Kehot is publishing a new annotated edition of the series.
News | Tuesday, June 5
Twenty seven people, including nine children, were injured today (Friday) in multiple bombings in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine in what is being qualified as terror attacks. At least four blasts went off in quick succession around noon throughout the city center, targeting public areas including a tram stop, cinema and railway station.
News | Friday, April 27
Last night, Wednesday, March 7, some 300 Jewish students at the University of Texas in Austin gathered for the reading...
Mordechai Lightstone | News | Thursday, March 8
Lord Mayor of Oxford, Cllr Elise Benjaminparticipated in a grand menorah lighting on Broad Street,Tuesday evening, thefirst night of Chanukah. More than 150 people joined the celebration organizedby Chabad of Oxford.
News | Thursday, December 22
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BAILA OLIDORT: You were an enthusiastic student from a young age. Did you look for moral character in your teachers?...
Baila Olidort | Friday, June 22
Chana Silberstein has been the Chabad representative to Cornell University, Ithaca College, and surrounding areas since 1984. She has created and implemented Jewish educational programs in a variety of formal
Baila Olidort | Tuesday, October 4
Naftali Loewenthal caught my interest about twenty years ago when his book, Communicating the Infinite, was issued by Chicago University Press. The Chabad Chasid, a Ph.D in Jewish history
Baila Olidort | Friday, April 15
Mr. Sharansky met with Baila Olidort, editor of Lubavitch News Service in his office at the Jewish Agency’s headquarters in Jerusalem, where he talked about his vision, his respect for Chabad’s model of outreach, and the moral ambiguities he discovered in freedom.
Tuesday, May 11
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky was secretary to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, for a period of 40 years. As a young boy of 13, he came to New York from Boston, where he met the man who, four years later was to become the 7th Rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch. The Rebbe reached out to the young yeshiva student living away from home, in ways, says Rabbi Krinsky, that moved him and sustain him to this day.
Tuesday, August 11
June 25th marked the 15th anniversary of the passing of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory. In honor of the occasion, lubavitch.com interviewed Rabbi Adin (Even Yisrael) Steinsaltz. Rabbi Steinsaltz, a noted rabbi, scholar, philosopher, social critic and a prolific author of books on a wide scope of Jewish topics, is most commonly known for his popular commentary and translation of the Talmud into Hebrew, French, Russian and Spanish. A Chasidic scholar as well, Rabbi Steinsaltz has translated the Tanya, the primary source text of Chabad Chasidism, into English and written numerous works on Chasidic and Kabbalistic themes.In 1988, he was awarded the Israel Prize, Israel's highest honor, for Jewish studies.
Baila Olidort | Thursday, June 25
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