Chabad News

By Rabbi Shimon Raichik

Es past; yah or nisht?

This last week we commemorated Yud-Beis and Yud-Gimmel Tammuz, the release and redemption of the Previous Rebbe from prison in Soviet Russia. During a Yud-Beis Tammuz fabrenge Continue Reading

London rabbi inspires on anniversary of late leader’s passing

In the years since the June 12, 1994, passing of the seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, at New York City’s Beth Israel hospital, the anniversary of that Continue Reading

LIVING WITH MOSHIACH #3628

In memory of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok ben R' Zalman Yuda Deitsch OBM
Our preparation for building the Holy Temple should involve building new houses, and adding to existing houses, so Continue Reading

24 VINTAGE PHOTOS: Rebbe Visits Camp Gan Yisroel - 15 Tammuz 1957

The 15th of Tammuz is a special day for Camp Gan Yisroel and Camp Emunah as it marks the date in 1957 and 1960 when the Rebbe visited both camps.

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LIVING WITH MOSHIACH #3627

In memory of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok ben R' Zalman Yuda Deitsch OBM
King David writes in Psalms (132:17): "I have kindled a light for My anointed - Orachti ner liMshichi." This refer Continue Reading
by Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky

Diary: Italy 1956-2016

(Lubavitch.com) On a recent visit to Italy, I was reminded of the first time I traveled there. It was the summer of 1956. I was a rabbinical student then, and traveling with me Continue Reading

Oholei Torah Shlichus 5777 - 174 Bochurim!

Oholei Torah Shlichus is out! Oholei Torah has released the list of 174 bochurim who will go on 'Shlichus' to 43 locations around the globe.
Rabbi Elchonon Lesches, Dean of th Continue Reading
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Yahad Awards Honor Jewish Youth Leaders

FJC’s Yahad leadership awards were distributed last Sunday at the closing of the Yahad youth forum in Moscow. The first annual awards are aimed to recognize the efforts of Continue Reading
By Amanda Gordon

Krinsky dishes on his baking methodology and aspirations as a restaurateur

The aroma of butter and cinnamon led me around a Crown Heights street corner and into Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse. The kosher bakery transitioned from operating as an exclusively Continue Reading
by Baila Olidort

We Used To Call It A Mitzvah

(Lubavitch.com) There is no remembrance of former things . . . And I hated all my labor wherein I labored under the sun, seeing that I must leave it unto the man that shall be Continue Reading
By Mordechai Lightstone

First Project for New Emissaries to Panama: A Jewish Cemetery

(Chabad.org) Most Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries launch their arrival in a new city or country with programs such as one-on-one study, holiday programs, summer camp and Hebrew schoo Continue Reading
by Rena Udkoff - Hungary

Hungarian Yeshiva Desecrated by Nazis Restored to Jewish Community

(Lubavitch.com) Hungarian-born Jewish children may not appreciate the rich background to their summer camp experience. An old synagogue in Mád that has stood empty and dilapid Continue Reading
Rabbi YY Jacobson

Stalin Vs. Schneersohn - 90 Years Later: Who Won?

The year is 1924. Vladimir Lenin, the father of the communist revolution, is dead; over 900,000 people pass through the Hall of Columns during the four days and nights that Continue Reading

LIVING WITH MOSHIACH #3626

In memory of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok ben R' Zalman Yuda Deitsch OBM
Judah and Tamar had two sons, Peretz and Zerach. Peretz is the direct ancestor of King David and Moshiach. The Mid Continue Reading
By Rabbi Avtzon

Megillas Yud Beis Tammuz

The following is based on what I heard from Rav Dovid Edelman, a”h, The Rebbe and Frierdiker Rebbe’s Shliach to Springfield Mass., for close to seventy years.   Our sages inf Continue Reading

LIVING WITH MOSHIACH #3625

In memory of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok ben R' Zalman Yuda Deitsch OBM
The rejoicing of a groom and bride is one of the greatest expressions of Jewish happiness. This rejoicing heralds Continue Reading