Tefillin on the Run: Chabad at the Comrades

The Comrades Marathon is to South Africa what the New York City Marathon is to the United States. Only two times as long. At 90 kilometers, or 56 miles, the world’s oldest and largest marathon is billed as the ultimate human race. When the gun goes off this Sunday morning at 5:30, 20,000 runners will descend from the Kwazulu Natal town of Pietermaritzburg to Durban on the sea. Along the way, they will be feted by course-side bands and adoring spectators. And Rabbi Shlomo Wainer.

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Weekly Letter of the Rebbe: War Miracles

As we approach the 49th anniversary of the Six-Day War, we present a letter from the Rebbe in which he discusses the miracle of the Six-Day War and of the Yom Kippur War. The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s personal trusted secretary, Rabbi Nissan Mindel.

Picture of the Day: Remembering Jewish Fallen Heroes

In honor of Memorial Day, Shliach and Air Force Chaplain Capt. Elie Estrin, along with Capt. Ari Wood of the U.S. Army and Lt. Commander Greg Touchton of the U.S. Navy, place flags and pray at the graves of military veterans in Seattle, Washington, in a program sponsored by the local chapter of Jewish War Veterans and co-sponsored by various Jewish communal groups.

Tanya Printed on Mount Everest

Lubavitcher Photographer Meir Alfasi took Judaism to new heights by trekking up Mount Everest with his black hat and Kapota, along with paper and a printer, and printing the Tanya on the mountain. “The Lubavitcher Rebbe instructed us to print the Tanya in every place where there are Jews,” he told Israeli media.