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Mexico – a meeting place of my Jewish soul

And so, inspired by the journey of Abraham in Parshat Lech Lecha, I left, and I truly did find it for myself, and continue to, here in Mexico. 


Jews of Ukraine will spread the light of Hanukkah despite the war with Russia

The war with Russia has led to the departure of 50,000 Jews from Ukraine, as well as the deaths and injuries of hundreds of Jewish community members.


Hanukkah: World's largest menorah set up in New York City by Chabad

The world's largest Hanukkah menorah has been set up by Chabad in New York City and will be lit by Mayor Eric Adams and Israeli Ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan.

What is the connection between chess and Judaism? - opinion

Some people believe that Jewish chess players use the same way of thinking while playing chess as if they were studying Talmud.


New York Giants game to include Sunday Night Football’s first-ever menorah lighting

Chabad's teen network plans to light the menorah at a high-stakes match between the Washington Commanders and New York Giants on the first night of Hanukkah.

A young Haredi man outside the IDF enlistment office in Jerusalem

French-born Chabad rabbi ‘stuck’ in Israel by IDF for not enlisting

He was detained when he asked to leave the country at the end of a vacation in August with his wife and daughter. The case was publicized by Kol Barama radio journalist Mendi Rizel.

  MEDICAL STAFF operating intensive care equipment (illustration)

Chabad woman fighting for her life after trying to save her drowning baby

Henya Federman and her family were out by the docks on the US Virgin Islands when their 4-month-old baby fell out of her arms and into the water.

Colel Chabad: Israel's oldest charity is making bigger impact than ever

The needs of those in Israel changed drastically, especially with the foundation of the state. As a result, Colel Chabad adapted to become what it is today.

'The Chabadnikim': A 'Book of Morman'-esque play in Tel Aviv - review

The play deals with serious issues such as homosexuality, especially in Hassidic communities, immigrant workers and a questionable shidduch system - but with a light-hearted, fun approach.

By Rachel Golda Bernstein

From dream to shiny reality against all odds

For the first time in Israel - A unique visitor center in Akko presents precious gems mined exclusively from Israel, set in the "HOLYGEMS" jewelry.

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