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Oholei Menachem - The Chabad school blazing a trail with secular subjects

In normal times, when coronavirus is not disrupting our lives, children of Tel Aviv lawyers play soccer with children of rabbis during recess before sitting down for their Talmud class.


Elie Kligman, MLB prospect, won't play baseball on Shabbat

Speaking to Chabad, Kligman highlighted his connection to Judaism and noted that he has never played on Shabbat, and prays three times a day.

A man prays at a makeshift memorial outside the Tree of Life synagogue

Steps Jewish institutions are taking to secure against possible attacks

That’s because earlier in the year, local Chabad leaders decided to reevaluate their security following an incident with a trespasser.


Chabad holds annual Eiffel Tower Hanukkah celebration with mayor's help

The Hanukkah holiday is typically marked by big, public celebrations, in keeping with the holiday's spirit of being publicized.

Chabad in Warsaw, Poland, holds public Hanukkah celebration amid COVID-19

Celebrating the holiday openly is considered an important part of Hanukkah, which emphasizes the publicizing of the mitzvah.

Assault reported at Chabad menorah-lighting in Kentucky

A driver who was using antisemitic language dragged the community member with his car and ran over his leg.


Jewish orgs spread the light of Hanukkah amid COVID-19 gloom

Jewish communities around the world are adapting their Hanukkah celebrations due to the ongoing pandemic.

Chabad of Long Island plans special Hannukah coronavirus-safe events

Some 35 events will take place across the New York City region, sponsored by its 38 Chabad branches.

PRAYING OUTSIDE the Beit Chabad house in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Annual Chabad celebration virtually sweeps through Tel Aviv

One of the benefits of the coronavirus era is that it is possible to participate and speak at a gathering from a distance.

Kushner's synagogue rabbi optimistic about DC’s transition

The only thing giving Rabbi Levi Shemtov any anxiety right now is the fate of the Abraham Accords.

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