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With Rabbi Raksin’s Killers Still at Large, Miami Jews Remain United, But Fearful

On Monday evening, police officials and community leaders from Miami-Dade met with residents of the North Miami Beach Jewish community to inform them of the latest updates in the unsolved case of a Crown Heights rabbi who was shot and killed while walking to synagogue on August 9, but despite police outreach many residents remain fearful, wondering whether or not the case will ever be solved.

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Secular Studies Teacher Positions Available!

Secular studies teachers needed for a Lubavitcher elementary boys Yeshiva in the heart of Flatbush.

A warm and friendly atmosphere and a most rewarding and fulfilling Shlichus.

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JLI Teens Teaches What’s Relevant to Jewish Youth

Amid the gleaming, densely populated towers of Hong Kong, a dozen Jewish teenagers from various backgrounds were in full-swing class mode at the headquarters of Chabad-Lubavitch of Hong Kong. The conversation grew more animated as the subject matter jumped from bullying to honesty to issues of privacy. The teens were excited, engaged. They tried individually to express their own opinions, grappling to apply the core Jewish principles they had been discovering to the topics at hand.

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Op-Ed: Is Jewish Inferior?

by Meir Yedidya

We’re in one of the rooms in the Pediatrics Department at Downstate Medical Center. My brother, 16, was suffering from severe stomach pains, and our doctor sent him for some tests and rest until they’ll have it all figured out. I’m sitting beside his bed scribbling on the margins of a Sudoku book; he’s watching a video on my phone. While contemplating my future summer plans, an official looking guy – dressed casually, but definitely working for the Hospital – with a big smile walks in, and explaining that his job is to ensure that the Hospitals patients don’t fall behind in their studying for the upcoming high school Regents, asks if my brother will be needing any help.

Yaldei Hosts Respite Program

What does it feel like to try and communicate when you have an expressive language disorder? Maybe something like talking through a mouthful of marshmallows. How about trying to follow verbal instructions when you’re a visual processor? A lot like focusing on a story while wearing blackout glasses and having the ABCs whispered in your ear. We often hear the names of different disabilities, but do we really understand the challenge they imply?

Search for Yeshiva Student Intensifies, Feared Abducted

As the search for the missing yeshiva bochur in Jerusalem enters its fifth day, the father of Aron Sofer is asking the public to keep his son foremost in their minds and deeds.

Shluchim’s Homes Damaged by Gaza Rockets

This morning, hours before a ceasefire was set to take hold between Israel and Hamas, dozens of rockets and mortar shells rained down on southern Israel from Gaza. One rocket caused much damage and destruction to the homes of Rabbi S. Gruzman and Rabbi Shneur Lieberman, both Chabad Shluchim in Ashkelon. In the nearby Eshkol region, a mortar shell killed one Israeli man and injured two others.