Changing the Jewish Narrative

Changing the Jewish Narrative

For many, Belgrade's Jewish community is defined by the tragedy of the Holocaust. But as a new movement devoted to changing the narrative grows, the city’s Jews are discovering the joys of a vibrant, sustainable Jewish experience.

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Ukraine Chabad Builds Apartment Complex For Emissaries

Yesterday, Chabad of Dnipro, Ukraine, laid the foundation for an apartment complex located near the iconic Menorah Center, one of the largest Jewish community centers in the world.

Staff Writer | News | Thursday, January 2

Today in Jewish History: The Victory in Chabad Library Trial

On the 5th of Tevet (Hei Teves) in 1987, the extensive library of the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, was declared as belonging to Agudas Chasidei Chabad Lubavitch.

lubavitch.com | News | Wednesday, January 1

Seven Menorahs in North East, London: A Grateful Man Gives Back

When Grant was a child in the sixties, living in Stamford Hill, in a non-observant home just two streets away from the Lubavitch Foundation of the United Kingdom.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Wednesday, January 1

Soul Lights

Sitting with the Rebbe’s shluchim at the closing session of the Annual International Conference of Chabad Lubavitch Emissaries near the end of November, I felt the enormous spiritual power concentrated in the cavernous hall.

Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky | News | Monday, December 30

A Wink From Above

It’s happened to all of us. In this column, we asked readers to tell us about that uncanny experience that reminded them that sometimes, miracles happen . . . to us, here, now.

News | Saturday, December 28

At 100, Vet Who Fought The Nazis Lights Menorah For The First Time

When the rabbi visited Yeffim Isakovich at his home on Thursday, the fifth night of Chanukah, to celebrate the Red Army Veteran’s 100th birthday, Yeffim marked another milestone as he lit the menorah for the first time in his life.

Ashira Weiss | News | Friday, December 27

Rabbi Kalman Weinfeld, Rabbinic Coordinator for OK kosher certification, helps two co-pilots don tefillin before disembarking from a flight to the Bahamas.

Rabbi Kalman Weinfeld, Rabbinic Coordinator for OK kosher certification, helps two co-pilots don tefillin before disembarking from a flight to the Bahamas. Go to galleryGo to gallery »

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