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Chabad Rabbi: ‘Brexit’ Gives Hope to Anti-Semites

The head of the Rabbinical Centre of Europe which represents over 800 Rabbis across the continent, Chabad Shliach Rabbi Menachem Margolin, said that Jews across Europe are deeply worried that Brexit will lead to an increase in anti-Semitism across the Europe.

Jews, Christians and Muslims Join Forces to Help Needy During Ramadan in Morocco

In what sounds like a page ripped out of novel, several dozen Muslim activists, a group of Jewish teens and a rabbi joined forces on Sunday in a number of Moroccan cities to supply 1,500 underprivileged Muslim families with food staples for the daily meal that marks the end of each daily fast during Ramadan.

Ukrainian City Renames Street in Honor of the Rebbe

Pulling down on a light-blue tarp, Rabbi Shmuel Kaminezki and Rabbi Mayer Stambler unveiled a brand-new street sign this morning in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine: Menachem Mendel Schneerson Street, 1.

257 New Rabbis to Be Ordained in Morristown

The sun will surely smile down on Sunday when 257 newly ordained rabbis will gather in the Chabad-affiliated Rabbinical College of America, outside of Morristown, N.J., for what is possibly the largest celebration of its kind.

12-Hour Marathon ‘Teach-In’ Inspired by the Rebbe

As the clock struck one this afternoon, some 75 influential societal leaders, innovators and changemakers gathered together with a large group of laypeople at the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan. For the next 12 hours, with barely an interruption, they will engage in a marathon of public conversations and fireside chats—impactful dialogues that organizers of the inaugural One-to-One Global Forum say are designed to spur tangible and transformative societal good.