In preparation for the upcoming Passover holiday, the Kashrut system under the Chief Rabbinate of Russia has been hard at work for the past few monthes. They have been working to offer a huge variety of products for the holiday without compromising the high level of kashrut and special standards set by the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berl Lazar.
Another gem of the Jewish Chesed Center in Moscow: professional and dedicated nursing care for the elderly and lonely Jews, including many Holocaust survivors.
Two students from the University of Sydney and Western Washington University were awarded the Jewish Academic Innovation Award for their in-depth research papers that used modern, Western academia written in the age-old pilpul style to analyze contemporary matters in the context of Jewish tradition.
Chabad of Orange County, NY, directed by Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston, recently hosted a Jewish Pop Art Event with “Pop Art Rabbi” Yitzchok Moully.
The Boys of the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn and their buddies from local Yeshivas gathered for a unique event to culminate the joyous month of Adar. Billed as an evening of “Music and Talent,” the young adults joined at the JCM for a most memorable evening.
Like many students their age, the students of Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy (LYA) in Longmeadow, MA, studied the conversation between Chana and Eli Kohen Gadol at Shiloh, at the beginning of the book of Shmuel. As a result of her prayer, the prophet Shmuel was born, and Chazal established rules for shmoneh esray following Chana’s example.
In light of the Rebbe’s call to make sure that every Jew has Shmurah Matzah for the seder, every year talmidim of the Lubavitch Yeshiva of London distribute matzah to the nearby residents, a project of Kingsley Way Beis Hamedrash and the YGL Shluchim.
The children of the Lubavitch Cheder in Paris were treated to a field trip today – to the city’s Matzah Bakery, where they learned all about and participated in the Matzah baking process, in what was a fascinating, hands-on learning experience.
Nearly Two hundred-fifty men and women gathered on a Sunday evening at Chabad of Flamingo’s beautiful Ballroom in North Toronto for an exclusive presentation of the story behind the recently released and highly acclaimed “Early Years” book, produced by JEM and published by Kehot Publication Society.
One thousand students, faculty, administrators, and alumni from ten Pittsburgh-area universities celebrated Shabbat at Carnegie Mellon’s Wiegand Gymnasium last weekend.
What do Sofia, Bulgaria; Pucon, Chile; Reykjavik, Iceland; and Discovery Bay, Hong Kong have in in common?
110 Jewish college students from across Virginia gathered for a one-of-a-kind Shabbat experience, hosted by the Chabad House at University of Virginia, on the weekend of March 24-26 in Charlottesville.
This morning, a city-owned truck plowed into a Jewish cemetery in Paris, France, toppling numerous headstones and sending jitters through the hearts of the local Jewish community.
As far as super-parents go, the Friendship Circle parent body tops the list. As part of their ongoing mission to offer respite to their parents, the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn hosted their annual “Parents Night Out” this past Tuesday.
Hundreds of students at the George Washington University in Washington, DC came together for a Mega Challah Bake the likes of which GW has never seen before.
Hundreds gathered in front of 770 to attend the Levaya of noted Mashgiach and Shochet Rabbi Dovid Steigman OBM who passed away last week.
Jewish students from universities across North America found inspiration and a renewed commitment to live a Jewish life on a recent heritage trip to Poland.
As Belgian royals, families of victims marked Wednesday the first anniversary of the Brussels terror attacks which killed 32 people and wounded hundreds at the airport and at a metro station, a remembrance event was held at the European Jewish Building in the heart of the EU institutions.
For two consecutive Sundays during the month of Adar, the six Oholei Torah Pre-1A classes celebrated their siddur parties.
It’s no secret that the capital of Russia has turned into an empire of Torah, Chassidus, Chinuch and Kashrus. Yiddishkeit and community life is flourishing for the hundreds and thousands of Jews living in Moscow and its surrounding cities, thanks to the dozens of institutions that have been founded by Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berl Lazar.
The Makava Rebbe, Rabbi Shimon Lemberger Shlita, paid a visit to the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens during a visit to New York from his home in Kiryat Ata, Israel.
It was another ordinary Saturday afternoon when Chabad Rabbi Zvi Yaakov Zwiebel stepped out of the Chabad Librescu Jewish Student Center, located just across the street from Virginia Tech University, to find the lawn littered with over a hundred leaflets bearing hand-drawn swastikas.