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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a grandfather for the third time, his daughter adding a baby girl to the family circle.
A Chabad rabbi answers anti-Semitism on campus by bringing more light to the school with a public Chanukah menorah.
Obama's Chief of Staff twisted Hanukkah into a holiday that is supposed to remind Jews of Muslim refugees, some of whom are proven terrorists.
Germany's newest kosher supermarket ignores the EU's labeling orders and imports products from Judea, Samaria and the Golan Heights.
Jews are gathering at Chabad-led "farbrengens" in Israel and around the world to celebrate the Chassidic New Year, "Yud Tes Kislev."
A 40-year-old Jewish man was repeatedly stabbed in Milan by a female Arab terrorist
More than 5,200 Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis and communal leaders sat down to exchange news at this year's international emissaries' conference in NYC.
Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries fight an arson attack in Los Angeles with Jewish 'fire.'
Rabbi Binyomin Klein, 79, long-time aide of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, zt'l passed away Friday morning.
At the ninth hour, Chabad of Dead Sea whipped together sheva brochot in 2 hours for a newly wedded tourist couple -- out of nowhere.
Volunteers at Chabad of Kathmandu are working to distribute waterproof tents to earthquake victims in Nepal ahead of moonsoon season.
The death toll continues to rise following earthquakes in Nepal as rescue workers fight the clock.
Chabad co-emissary Chani Lifshiftz says "hundreds of Israelis" arrive safely at the Chabad House after deadly quake in Nepal.
Chabad of Kathmandu, backed by Israelis are providing satellite phones to trekkers heading up the Himalayas.
The terrorist was behind the attack that killed 166 people, including a Chabad center rabbi and his wife.
A 22-year-old Israeli murder victim was expected at the Berlin Chabad Passover seder, but never showed up.
A Chabad emissary managed to provide a last-minute Passover seder to IDF soldiers in the middle of nowhere, guarding the Jordanian border.
Researchers at the University of Haifa find that it is better for customer service employees to express positive emotions rather than show neutrality in their work.