Merkos Suite 302, under the direction of Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, has launched a new initiative to support one of the Rebbe’s oldest mosdos, Camp Gan Israel.
In honor of Yud Aleph Nissan, hundreds of young Shluchim participated in MyShliach’s “Shalsheles Hanesiim” project. Now that 10 finalists have been selected by a panel of judges, the community is invited to vote for the top three winners.
Investors from around the world are streaming into Omaha, Nebraska, for Berkshire Hathaway’s famed shareholders weekend. They are eager for financial assessments on the company, world markets and the economy from Warren Buffett, the company’s legendary chairman and CEO.
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For the first time in history, a new Sefer Torah was welcomed to the Jewish community of Northern Cyprus, which has been under Turkish military occupation since 1974.
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32 Shluchim from all over Germany gathered at the beginning of this week in Frankfurt for the annual Kinus Hashluchim of Germany. Rabbi Zalman Gurevitz, Shliach to Frankfurt, hosted the Kinus and the guest of honor was Vice-Chairman of Merkos, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky.
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With the political unrest and anti-Semitic atmosphere in France, it’s understandable that many French Jews have been leaving the country in growing numbers in the past few years to make aliyah.
After eight years as nomads, Chabad of Frederick, Maryland, led by Rabbi Boruch Labkowski, will have a worship space of their own after purchasing the site of a former church.
Several Israeli high school groups competed in the championship round of the FIRST Robotics Competition, this year held in Houston. While there, students enjoyed kosher meals and the last days of Passover with Chabad of Uptown.
In a city where a bottle of kosher milk costs five dollars, even working individuals in Montreal struggle to put food on the table. A members-only operation like Costco, The Family Store sells subsidized groceries and home goods to over 500 Jewish families.
It was by the silence that Rabbi Yossi Deren, director of the Sunday Hebrew School at Chabad of Greenwich, Connecticut, knew his students were ready to reach out to a victim of ISIS’s genocide against the Yazidi people. “It wasn’t what they said. It was their silence and their intense concentration as they heard the story,” he said.
After swastikas were drawn on the entrance to Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, Fla., Jewish students were prompted to hold a program fostering awareness and education, complete with visuals, guest speakers and the assistance of the local Chabad.
According to a recent study titled “Closing the Addiction Treatment Gap,” approximately one in every 10 Americans over the age of 12 – roughly equal to the entire population of Texas – are addicted to alcohol and drugs. That number rises when one includes process addictions such as gambling, eating, gaming, internet, and inappropriate behavior.
The roughly 200 Shluchim who work to spread Judaism in and around Paris, France, gathered over the past weekend for the annual regional Kinus, with the participation of a special guest – Merkos Vice-Chairman Rabbi Moshe kotlarsky.
Ro’ee is a bright, energetic 14-year-old boy living in Jerusalem. He has dozens of friends at his yeshiva high school where he studies Torah at an advanced level. His grandfather loves to boast about his academic successes. The young man has big dreams for the future and has set impressive goals for himself. But Ro’ee is not your average teenager.
It’s been 31 years that Blair Jonas, a furniture wholesaler from Minneapolis, has been attending the semi-annual International Home Furnishings Market in High Point, N.C., a city that has been called the “Furniture Capital of the World.”
How one determined Chabad rabbi made the world-famous Gino’s deep dish kosher for Chicago’s Jews.
Jewish students at Arizona State University finally have a kosher meat restaurant on the Tempe campus they can enjoy.
“Where every Jew is family!” is exactly the kind of slogan one would expect to find in Munster, a bedroom community 30 miles southeast of downtown Chicago, just across the Indiana border. With a population of about 23,000, less than 10 percent of which is Jewish, Munster offers what residents call the best of both worlds: a lower cost of living and the slower pace of small-town life with convenient proximity to the Windy City and its wide array of offerings.
In less than two weeks, JLI affiliates around the world will launch Survival of a Nation, a new six-week course that investigates the momentous—indeed historic—implications of the events that led up to the Six Day War, the war itself, and its aftermath.
Some thirty children arrive every morning to the Gan Yeladim Jewish preschool in Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Raizel Shemtov, a Chabad emissary to the city since 1987 and director of the preschool, has developed a holistic Jewish curriculum earning her rave reviews from parents and educators in the tight-knit Jewish community, and a five-star rating from the Ohio Department of Education.
Rabbi Yosef Langer strolls down Sixth Street in San Francisco’s South-of-Market neighborhood like a politician on the campaign trail, stopping to shmooze with people along the way.