The Rebbe's Yahrzeit

The Rebbe's Yahrzeit

This Thursday, 3 Tammuz, marks the twenty-sixth anniversary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s passing. Since his passing, the Rebbe’s influence on world Jewry has grown exponentially and is felt today more than ever.

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Rabbi Levi Wolff yblch"t, Chabad of Bondi, Sydney shares some thoughts after the passing of his cousin, Rabbi Benny Wolff of Chabad of Hanover, Germany due to Coronavirus.

Rabbi Levi Wolff | News | Friday, May 1

Adopted at Age 91, A Holocaust Survivor Finds Love and Hope

The single mom of three had already reached out to thirty-four welfare organizations, governmental and private, Jewish and non-Jewish. None of them had been able to help.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, April 29

Two Universities React as Antisemitism Steps Out of the Shadows

While administrators debate the limits of free speech, Chabad reps are stepping in, with courage and moral clarity, to make sure Jewish students feel safe and heard.

Sarah Ogince | News | Sunday, April 26

Oxygen And Other Blessings

They started prepping me for transfer to the ICU. I started googling. Survival rate following organ failure is 50%. Intubation has a 30% rate of successful extubation. I was going to die. I said Shema Yisrael. I needed to compose goodbye messages to everyone. But I was in so much pain.

Elazar Green | News | Thursday, April 23

Growing Gains in Toronto

As Toronto's Jewish community continues to grow, Chabad's infrastructure is expanding to suit. Five major construction projects are underway to serve the city's various demographics.

Dvora Lakein | News | Wednesday, April 22

Auschwitz: Barrack 13, Section E

Hungarian-born Geza Rohrig talks with Lubavitch International about his role in Son of Saul as a Sonderkommando in Auschwitz

News | Tuesday, April 21

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