Synagogue Confiscated By Soviets Now A Jewish Orphanage

Synagogue Confiscated By Soviets Now A Jewish Orphanage

In a place where Jewish activities-were once conducted in secret, the Jewish community of Dnipro, Ukraine celebrated the renovation and reopening of its orphanage for boys on November 11.

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Largest-Ever International Conference of Chabad Rabbis Concludes in New York

“Unbelievable to be at the world’s largest kosher dinner,” tweeted Michael Snow, Director of Jewish Affairs for NY Governor Andrew Cuomo. And as #kinus, trended on twitter, some 5,600 attended the annual Gala Banquet of the International Conference of Chabad Rabbis, last night.

Ashira Weiss | News | Monday, November 5

Seven In The Sunshine State: New Chabad Families In Florida

Since the last November, the state of Florida has welcomed thirteen Chabad families. Lubavitch.com caught up with seven of the most recent of these young idealists, to hear about their goals and challenges, and how they’re impacting the Sunshine State.

Ashira Weiss | News | Friday, November 2

North Carolina Towns Welcome Chabad Presence

Thirty five miles north of Charlotte, suburban Lake Norman, named as one of “the best places in North Carolina to bring up a family,” is a fast-growing area that now features a Chabad center for the area’s Jewish families.

Ashira Weiss | News | Tuesday, October 30

Shining a Light in Pittsburgh

As Shabbat ended, Chabad centers around Pittsburgh began to react to the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, this morning. Eleven people are said to have been killed, and six injured.

Ashira Weiss | News | Sunday, October 28

In Jerusalem, Special Residents Get New Home

In the heart of Jerusalem, a stone’s throw from the famous Machaneh Yehuda outdoor market, stands Beis Finger Rehab Center. A state-of-the-art residence, it was opened earlier this year by Colel Chabad, Israel’s longest running social services organization (established 1788).

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, October 25

Creating a Home For the Young and Professional in Jerusalem

As a young, single, immigrant to Israel, Levi Margolin struggled to find a community he felt comfortable calling his own. Now, eight years later, Levi and his wife Aidel, a native Jerusalemite, work to create that community for young professionals in the holy city they have made their home.

Ashira Weiss | News | Tuesday, October 23

The Rabbi's Shocking Response to the Kid with the Afro

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