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They Were Supposed to Have Their Wedding in Houston this Sunday

“It was really hashgacha pratis [divine providence] because we had all this food, a lot more supplies than we usually have on hand, so we were able to make dinner” for many more people."

With Stores Flooded, Kosher Food Has Run Out in Houston

Hurricane Harvey flooded two of the few main supermarkets carrying kosher food and caused the other two to shut down as well—one has been turned into a shelter by authorities—and supplies are now beginning to run low.

Court Stops Demolition of 100-Year-Old Boro Park Synagogue, Chevra Anshei Lubavich

The sellers claim the building is dilapidated; the congregants vehemently deny the charge, saying it's not true.

Crown Heights Business Owner Predicts Calabria’s Smaller Etrogim ‘Will Work Out’

"Even the non-Jewish farmers admit it’s all in God’s hands. They may have a surprise, and a new crop may soon have beautiful, clean Esrogim."

‘Not Your Average Food Basket’

The project shows homemakers how the body requires different energies at different hours for maximum productivity.

US Jewish Leaders Warn Imams Preaching Anti-Semitic Hate in American Mosques (video)

"Islamist terrorism, fueled by religious fanatics, constitutes the number one threat to the safety and security of the American people."

Watch Moshe Holtzberg: ‘Dear Mr. Modi, I Love You and Your People in India’

PM Netanyahu has been invited for a return visit to India, and has invited Moshe Holtzberg to come with him.

PM Modi to Meet Son of Chabad Emissaries Killed in Mumbai Terror Attack

Nowadays Moshe lives with his maternal grandparents in Afula, in Jezreel Valley.

Lubavitch ‘Leviticus Bus’ Torched in Crown Heights

In the summer of 2016, the same bus' tires were slashed with a knife.

Crown Heights, NY Community Leaders, Artists, Elected Officials Rally Against Hate

The New York Police Department determined that the fire was intentionally set and is investigating it as a hate crime.

42 Orphaned Girls Celebrate Their Bat Mitzvahs With Challah & Smiles in Jerusalem

"It’s such an important thing for mothers to stay in touch, and for our children to have others who understand what they are going through."

Imagine Political Leadership Without the Party Politics

Kronfeld believes her "progressive conservativism" will have widespread appeal for New Yorkers.

Chabad Wins Animal Rights Case on Kapparot in Federal Court

'the log shows that Chabad of Irvine only used 95 chickens and lost $24 in connection with the Kapparot Ceremony in 2014.'

Lag B’Omer Bonfires at Meron Light Up Night, Brings Prayers & Music By Day...

The 6 am nightmare of police shutting down the buses and miles of traffic all gets wiped away the second the passenger reaches his destination and becomes one with the dancing crowd.

Marking Holocaust Day, A New Jewish Prayerbook with German Translation is Published in Berlin...

For the first time in more than a century a one-volume complete Orthodox prayer book is printed in Germany with all daily and holiday prayers in modern German translation.

Russia’s Chief Rabbi: If Le Pen Wins, Run

Russia's chief rabbi also praised President Putin, who is Le Pen's strong supporter.

Brooklyn Chabad Synagogue Robbed, Gabbai Attacked

The injured gabbai was taken to Maimonides Medical Center in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn.

Chabad Emissary Dies From His Wounds

Rabbi Menachem Mendel Deitsch was attacked in the Ukraine in October 2016.

115 Bar Mitzvah Boys Celebrate in Jerusalem

Every effort was made to focus on the happiness of the day and leave the child’s pain aside.

Spa for the Soul: New Mikvah in Nigeria

'We wanted the place to look relaxing and modern.'

Israeli Kids Try Their Hands at One of the Busiest Matzah Bakeries in the...

Similar model matzah bakeries bring the experience to Jewish children (and children at heart) all over the globe.

Israeli Police Station Inaugurated in Orthodox Jewish City of Beitar Illit

The new police station will provide services to some 90,000 residents in Beitar, Gush Etzion and Efrat.

Demand for Shmurah Matzah Growing

Passover is around the corner, and handmade shmurah matzah is starting to pop up on supermarket shelves.

New Jewish Cemetery to Open in Kazan in 2017

The debate over establishing a new Jewish cemetery in the city of Kazan, capital of the Republic of the semi-autonomous republic of Tatarstan in southwest Russia, is all but resolved.

Migdal Ha’Emek Disabled Residents’ Center Sends Purim Packages to City’s Children

Residents at the center worked together with volunteers for two days to prepare the mishloach manot gift baskets, thanks to a budget secured by the mayor.

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