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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.

Bomb Threat Sent to Brooklyn Jewish Children’s Museum

The text of the message, sent by cell phone notification, claimed that three pipe bombs were "scattered throughout the museum."

Tuition-Free Jewish Day School Opening in Minnesota

The school is looking to grow by offering one year of free tuition to new families with students entering for the first time this fall.

Chabad Opens Up Store in Newfoundland

Their dishes, books, strollers, menorah, Shabbat candlesticks, and other home and Jewish necessities would soon begin a 1,500-mile journey.

Farewell to Chabad Lubavitch Chassidic Master of Melodies, Eli Lipsker, z’l

Eli’s recordings of Jewish music opened a path for other observant Jewish musicians and vocalists, and created an entirely new genre.

During Historic Visit, Netanyahu Shares with Australia’s PM Personal Moments with Lubavitcher Rebbe

Following Netanyahu's speech, Wolff presented him with a framed photo of the prime minister receiving a dollar bill from the Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory.

East Ukraine Jews Again Facing Daily Artillery Barrages

'We prayed Shacharit so well that the walls of the synagogue were shaking,' Rabbi Mendel Cohen, jokes wearily.

New Orleans Hebrews Swept in Ol’ Mardi Gras Shabbat Excitement

We have no idea how one can maintain the two warring notions of 'Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans' and 'avoiding immodesty' in the same sentence

3,000 Lubavich Women Emissaries from Around the Globe Gather in New York

Hailing from as far away as Bangkok and the Congo, and as near as the Hamptons and the Bronx, these Chabad women serve communities throughout the world.

PM Netanyahu Visits Singapore Jewish Community at Maghain Aboth Synagogue

PM Netanyahu: "I want a reciprocal visit this year. This is year in Jerusalem, I look forward to meeting you there."

‘Nazis Rule’ Scrawled in Jewish Student’s Dorm Room at U of Minn

The drawing had a swastika and the words, "Nazis Rule." It depicted a death camp with Jews in a gas chamber.

NY Councilman Asks Obama to Commute Rubashkin’s Sentence, Too

NYC Council member Chaim Deutsch sent a letter to President Obama asking for last-minute clemency for Sholom Rubashkin before he leaves office.

Operation Survival: ‘Local Event to Address Issue That’s Become a National Epidemic’

Hundreds of local Jewish community members crowded into a wedding hall to hear about how to deal with the plague of substance abuse.

Russia’s Chief Rabbi: Terrorists Should Not Enjoy Safe Harbors

'The terrorists are trying to impose their agenda and language on the world, focusing on no negotiations, no value for human life, and murder and intimidation.'

Watch: The White House Kitchen is ‘Kosherized’ for A Hanukkah Party [video]

Rabbi Levi Shemtov says he is privileged to supervise the "kosherizing" of the most important kitchen in the USA.

PM and Wife Sara Visit Great Synagogue of Astana in Historic Visit

PM Netanyahu and his wife visited the Great Synagogue in the capital city of Kazakhstan, Astana, "in an Islamic country that honors coexistence."

Joint Azeri-Israeli Presidential Fund Supports Local Jewish Education

PM Netanyahu revealed in a speech in Baku that Israel jointly funds Jewish education with the president of Azerbaijan, and his predecessor.

Rabbi Adin Even Yisrael Steinsaltz Hospitalized in Jerusalem

One of the most beloved rabbis worldwide is recovering at a Jerusalem hospital after a catherization for a cranial blood clot.

Which Is Worse for Jews: Halloween or Christmas?

It is impossible to paint lipstick on either of these pigs, but in the competition between Halloween and Christmas over which of the two holidays is more dangerous Halloween wins out, hands down.

US Jewish Leaders Briefed by Dept. of Homeland Security Ahead of High Holy Days

More than 100 Jewish institutions were briefed on security in a pre-holiday conference call by the US Dept. of Homeland Security and Jewish Federation.

How 1970s Hassidic Hackers Created Worldwide Broadcast Network

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