Princeton is one America’s most selective universities. Its alumni figure prominently among captains of industry, political leaders, and notable names in film, literature, and the arts. Chabad of Princeton is no different.
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A prominent Chabad-run Moscow synagogue, itself a target of 21st-century anti-Semitic hate and destruction, has donated a Torah scroll to the yeshivah in Tel Aviv that was launched and led by terror victim Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger. The 47-year-old father of 12 was fatally shot on March 17 at a junction near the Ariel settlement, heroically attempting to save others after being severely wounded.
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On Monday, the New York State Senate passed Resolution J997 which honors the Anniversary of the Birthday of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The resolution was introduced by New York State Senator Zellnor Y. Myrie.
Hundreds of passengers pass through the Chabad Air counter at JFK Airport daily, many with inspirational stories about Chabad and the Rebbe. Today we present you the fifth in a series of those stories.
Just weeks after the horrific anti-Semitic shooting attack at Chabad of Poway that took the life of a congregant and injured three others, the synagogue’s rabbi, himself injured in the shooting, visited the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland, where more than a million Jews and others were murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
Rabbi Nochem Kaplan praises the new book Dear Rebbe as revealing many lesser known details about the Rebbe’s activities to reach Jews from all segments of society.
The Rosenberg family will be sitting shiva following the passing of their mother, Mrs. Gitel Rosenberg OBM. They will be sitting at 618 Montgomery St, Brooklyn, NY 11225.
For the past four years, a beautiful Shavuos Visitation program has helped shluchim living in geographically remote areas with no family or fellow Lubavitchers nearby. Organized by The Ufaratzta Circle, a small-community outreach department at Merkos 302, this remarkable project sends groups of Yeshiva bochurim to more than 40 shluchim throughout North America for the Yom Tov, helping the community make a minyan for Krias HaTorah, imbuing the communities with an energetic holiday chayus, and bringing powerful chizuk to the shluchim and their children.
Michael Chighel, PhD, gives his latest course called, Your Backstory Continuing. The Course identifies and parses major trends in Jewish history and what they mean to us today.
Just in its third round, the wildly popular Connection Point program has already spread to 37 schools, and now has more than 2500 students involved.
This week, Dr. Elmer (Eliezer) Offenbacher of Jerusalem, Israel, passed away. Dr. Offenbacher, 95, merited to have correspondence with the Rebbe and an audience in 1951, and just a few short months ago, Rabbi Zusha Wolf, My Encounter’s lead Israel interviewer, arranged an interview with him.
Rabbi Avtzon, a veteran mechanech and the author of numerous books on the Rebbeim and their chassidim presents this weeks story. He is available to farbreng in your community and can be contacted at email@example.com.
As the rabbi of the only Ashkenazi synagogue in a country with a mostly Sephardic population in an overwhelmingly Muslim nation, Rabbi Mendy Chitrik doesn’t often get to enjoy a good Yiddish conversation or schmooze about the nuances of a Chassidic teaching. But that’s what happened this week in Istanbul when he and his wife, Chaya, hosted 80 Chabad rabbis and rebbetzins serving remote communities from around the world.
In Zagreb, people are coming forward to participate in an exciting experience that takes Judaism out of the museum and into the lived life. Que in Rabbi Pini and Reizy Zaklas, the Shluchim who are making it happen.
In memory of Lori (Leah) Gilbert-Kaye OBM, who was murdered in the Chabad of Poway shootimng just a few weeks ago, Shmuli Simpson, an 8th grader, decided to make a difference.
Dovid Efune, the editor-in-chief and CEO of The Algemeiner, writes an obituary for his grandfather Mr. Peter Kalms.
Mr. Aba Brenenson resides in Kfar Chabad, Israel, where he has worked as a Torah scribe for the past thirty-five years before retiring in 2015. He was interviewed in his home in October of 2018.
It’s a great day when something new comes through the door; an unknown reel, a video, or new photos. We’re pleased to share the latest and newest collection we received, the Lag B’omer photos of photographer Avraham Slavin.
We present a photo gallery from the 20th Annual Regional Kinus Hashluchim held in the Beth Chaya Mushka School in Paris.
Rabbi Yehuda Dukes, who runs JNet, had an incredible encounter that shows just how Chabad reaches every single Jew, no matter their physical location.
Anatevka, a small Jewish refugee town 30 km west of Kiev, hosted yesterday an official opening of a new Community Rehab Center – ‘Beit Shmuel.’
At a launch event last month for Chabad’s CTeen of Hunterdon County, the teens learned about the helpline’s work and assisted in assembling care packages for the local homeless. They also took a more interactive role and called local seniors and homebound individuals to remind them to take their medications and to bring some relief from the loneliness they might feel.