500th Weekly Edition of ‘Living Torah’ a Milestone

On a crisp September morning in 2001, terrorists hijacked and slammed two airplanes into the World Trade Center’s twin towers in Lower Manhattan. Just miles away, Rabbi Elkana Shmotkin, executive director of JEM (Jewish Education Media), was hard at work on a new project.

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At Camp Conference, Directors Talk Anything but ‘Bunk’

Binyamin Murray grew up on a poultry farm in rural Connecticut, learning to hunt with a bow, and catch fish in lakes and rivers. Spiritually, the 2006 University of Vermont graduate has traveled a long way from his secular upbringing: He’s studying for rabbinical ordination at the Rabbinical College of America, aChabad institution in Morristown, N.J.

Container Arrives in Nepal Just in Time for Seder

Over 1,000 Jewish travelers breathed a sigh of relief when, after having been stuck for weeks in an Indian port due to a strike by Israel’s Foreign Ministry, a container of supplies needed by Chabad of Nepal to conduct the world’s largest Seder arrived just hours before the onset of Yomtov.