Chabad Education Chairman Rabbi Krinsky vows vibrant Jewish life will continue in Paris.
Argentina’s president Christina Fernandez has accepted an official Jewish godson for the first time in the country’s history to help counter legend of death...
The annual Giant Chabad Menorah was lit without a ceremony this year in Martin Place, Sydney.
A Chabad rabbinic student stabbed in "770" has returned home from the hospital.
Is Sydney also going to turn out the lights on Christmas trees?
Vice President Joe Biden will assist in the lighting this year of the Hanukkah menorah on the ellipse in front of the White House.
Chabad officials reveal the "770" stabber kept saying "Kill the Jews." Community and city leaders urge residents to stay "calm" and "keep the peace."
Footage clearly shows that police did not use excessive violence.
Police shot the attacker.
Only 49 US States have a Chabad House. Is this holding back the Moshiach?
Friday, the 30th of Tishrei is the Yartzheit of Rechavam "Gandhi" Ze'evi who was murdered by Arab terrorists in Jerusalem.
Ze'evi was an IDF general...
My difficulties persisted until I met a beggar outside a restaurant after Tisha B'Av 12 years ago.
A “wandering Sukkah” catches up with wandering Jews.
The “Shomrim” security squad tracked own the suspect.
A Jewish father and his 5 year old son were attacked in another round of the ‘knockout game’ in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Chabad rabbis say middle-of-the-night jolt makes him understand better what Israelis are going through in the war.
His father asked him to read Psalms from the Book of Tehilim every day.
Chabad has provided a list of all the soldiers injured so far in Operation Protective Edge, so you can add them to your prayers.
“This is the most important gift for my son.”
Tonight is Gimmel Tammuz, the Yartzheit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Here's a Dvar Torah for the day.
A new Gutnick Edition biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, zy'a, by R. Chaim Miller is out for the 20th anniversary of his passing.
Nine-year-old Yossi was the only Jewish player in his Arizona little league. His refusal to give up tzitzit was a lesson in humility.
One shul was destroyed, and the fire department managed to save the Torahs in the second.
Felder said he and his fellow students learned well the teaching of the Rebbe.
More than 400 people sat down at the first seder this year at the Chabad House of Bangkok, Thailand.
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