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Did Yeshayahu Predict Computers?
Now, finally, Torah has come to the world of inanimate objects – i.e., computers, which are made up of metal and plastic. → read more
11.09.2019 | Views: 110 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
‘In G-d We Trust’ going up at South Dakota public schools
When students return to public schools across South Dakota this fall, they should expect to see a new message on display: “In G-d We Trust.” → read more
29.07.2019 | Views: 103 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Rabbi Avtzon Delivers Prayer in US Congress
On Thursday, 22 Tammuz, the world watched Rabbi Gershon Avtzon, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, proudly deliver the Rebbe’s message from the podium of the United States House of Representatives. → read more
28.07.2019 | Views: 372 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Building the Beis Hamikdash
As the Rebbe said in his Sichos, by transforming our home into a mikdash me’at (miniature sanctuary), making it a place of Torah study and prayer. → read more
22.07.2019 | Views: 104 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
A King for Today
It is a positive commandment — one of the 613 — to appoint a Jewish king. → read more
22.07.2019 | Views: 118 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 2
Anticipating the Coming of Moshiach
One of the principles of our faith is to believe in Moshiach — and not only to believe in Moshiach, but to anticipate his coming every single day. → read more
18.07.2019 | Views: 194 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus?
A man is attracted to a woman and vice versa. They find the ensuing relationship very fulfilling and meaningful so they decide to marry, and as life passes and becomes busy they forget the initial excitement. The resulting crisis could be avoided if men and women realize they are different and learn how to react to each other’s weaknesses effectively. → read more
25.06.2019 | Views: 260 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
The Soul: Oil, Wick & Two Flames in a Lamp
“The soul of man is the lamp of G-d” is what the wisest of men, king Shlomo, said. Centuries later, Rabbi Dovber of Lubavitch expounded on this theme and masterfully explained how the various aspects of the lamp – the oil, the wick, the fire and the earthenware lamp itself are the perfect way to describe the various aspects of the Jewish soul. → read more
19.06.2019 | Views: 213 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
True Psychotherapy: The Giving Method
All too often, people spend years in therapy wallowing in their past failures, blaming anyone and everyone for what went wrong in their lives. This approach in psychotherapy is doomed from the start, because mental health is not dependent on what the world gives you, but on what you give the world. → read more
17.06.2019 | Views: 186 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
According to Rambam, Jews and non-Jews have identical souls, which of course comes across as very surprising to most of us. But this stems from having a very simplistic understanding of the Rambam. → read more
03.06.2019 | Views: 167 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
President Trump: "America Is A Nation That Believes In Redemption"
President Donald J. Trump speaks about excessive sentencing and criminal justice reform during his third annual State of the Union address, saying that "America is a nation that believes in redemption." → read more
03.03.2019 | Views: 316 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 1
Rational Giving
This lesson seems so obvious as it pertains to bacteria, yet as human beings, we find it very difficult to learn. → read more
13.02.2019 | Views: 288 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 1
Could the Pope Have Saved Jews During the Holocaust?
Does she not know of the terrible tragedy of the millions of Jews who were savagely put to death by the Germans and their cohorts, while the rest of the world the gentiles looked on with complete indifference? → read more
19.12.2018 | Views: 353 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Rabbi Turen's Invocation Before the Illinois State Senate
Almighty G-d, I beseech you today to bless the Illinois State Senate, its participants, and the entire state of Illinois, in the merit of the spiritual giant of our time and our country, Melech HaMoshiach, the Lubavitcher Rebbe Shlita... → read more
18.11.2018 | Views: 465 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Rock star Perry Farrell studies Lubavitcher Rebbe's teachings
Fans know Perry Farrell as a singer from the alternative rock band Jane’s Addiction, but few know that he was born into a Jewish family and his real name is Peretz Bernstein. → read more
05.07.2018 | Views: 627 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Israel and Allies Checkmate Iran
In early May, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed Iran’s nuclear archives smuggled out by Israeli intelligence services. This was proof that Teheran was secretly continuing work on nuclear development while covering this fact up from the world community. → read more
14.05.2018 | Views: 653 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 7
A new era: the unification of North and South Koreas
This miracle manifested in itself in nature via the pressure exerted on North Korea by President Donald Trump who within the span of a year, solved the nuclear threat emanating from the North Korean government. → read more
30.04.2018 | Views: 477 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 2
The impact of Jewish and Chassidic dates on world events
Chassidus explains that any action directed to spread Torah and Chassidic teachings brings light and holiness to the world and cleanses everything that can be cleansed and rectifies whatever is rectifiable. → read more
02.01.2018 | Views: 744 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Two thirds vs. one third, which will prevail?
Now is the right time to remind the nations of the Seven Laws of the children of Noah since through the fulfillment of these laws, the nations can earn their share in the World to Come. → read more
25.12.2017 | Views: 521 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
The Rebbe’s prophecy about online shopping and electronic payment systems
Who could have imagined back in 1991 that only five or six years later the Rebbe’s words would become part of everyday reality. → read more
21.12.2017 | Views: 570 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
Flying on clouds
The first source mentioning clouds as a mode of transportation of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel is the prophet Daniel. → read more
06.12.2017 | Views: 685 | Comments: 1 | Rating: 6
Rabbi Reuven Wolf talks about Moshiach
Rabbi Wolf told over his personal fascinating story, and how he came to the immense Koch in Moshiach that every Shliach has to have. → read more
22.11.2017 | Views: 1938 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
The Redemption of the Exile itself
The word Geulah (Redemption) consists of the word “gola” (exile) with the addition of the letter “alef”. Specifically, the term geula best fits the description of the process of leaving the exile. → read more
09.11.2017 | Views: 552 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
Where’s Paradise?
Paradise or Gan Eden is the place where a soul gets to once it leaves this world. There it occupies itself with the Torah based on the strengths and comprehension which it possessed in this world. → read more
25.10.2017 | Views: 870 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Fulfilling the commandment to be Fruitful and Multiply after the Resurrection of the Dead
It’s already been explained how the commandment to “be fruitful and multiply” will be fulfilled after Moshiach comes, but another question remains: how will this commandment be fulfilled after the Resurrection? → read more
16.10.2017 | Views: 642 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 2
Why to interfere with HaShem's blessing and contemplate a change of sex?
In the light of the above, it is not clear why you should want to interfere with HaShem's blessing and contemplate a change of sex... → read more
14.06.2017 | Views: 608 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
Zero to Three in under 24
From this, the Rebbe, King Moshiach, points out, we see that when we calculate time until the construction of the Third Temple, we need to keep in mind that the Temple can descend in a matter of minutes! → read more
22.07.2015 | Views: 1122 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 2
Don’t cover that Rabbi’s picture!
But Alex just answered “Just don’t cover that picture!”. Meanwhile the glue made the Peres poster soggy enough that it drooped over his friend’s hand and got all stuck together. → read more
27.09.2012 | Views: 2093 | Comments: 2 | Rating: 0
I'm not going to put on Tefillin!
It was a flight from Israel to New York on El Al. I began at the back of the plane with my Tefillin and worked my way forward with fairly good results. → read more
23.07.2012 | Views: 3437 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Japanese Ambassador Visits Kfar Chabad with Rabbi Edery
Rabbi Edery took the ambassador to the replica of 770 (Lubavitch World Headquarters) in Kfar Chabad. It was very interesting to see the synagouge and house of learning and the many people who attend daily. → read more
16.06.2012 | Views: 4174 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
The eighth day of Chanukah and Moshiach
Every Hebrew letter also has a numerical value. The letter "Nun" represents: 50; "Gimel" is 3; "Hay" is 5; "Shin"is 300 - together they add up to 358. → read more
28.12.2011 | Views: 2460 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
Kaparot is an important tradition of the day of Erev Yom Kippur. → read more
03.10.2011 | Views: 2115 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
Do everything you can to bring Moshiach, here and now, immediately
What more can I do to motivate the entire Jewish people to clamor and cry out, and thus actually bring about the coming of Moshiach? → read more
21.08.2011 | Views: 2453 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Adventure on the plane
After I was sure that all the kids had done the ‘mitzva’ I turned to my gentile friends who were mumbling possible explanations to one another until finally one of them asked me, ‘what are these boxes etc.’ → read more
04.04.2011 | Views: 3112 | Comments: 1 | Rating: 4
Shabbaton Lake Yamanaka 5771 Chabad Tokyo
All the guests stayed in bungalows in the woods near LakeYamanaka. The scenery was breathtaking. The meals and prayers were held in a big cabin lodge. → read more
20.10.2010 | Views: 3947 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Japan said "NO" to War
In Japan, there is a also a storm happening - but a good one. Over a week ago, the Prime Minister, Naoto Kan made revolutionary statements. He apologized to South Korea for the years of suffering under the Japanese rule. → read more
20.08.2010 | Views: 2703 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Haiti: mother named her son Israel
Doctor Shir, who works at Hadassah, delivered the first healthy baby in the Israeli hospital. The mother told Dr. Shir that she would name her son Israel. → read more
19.01.2010 | Views: 3014 | Comments: 1 | Rating: 3
The light holiday of Chanukah or the secret of a shortage
So although the Greeks did have everything, something was still missing and they were trying in vain to wrest from the Jewish people the secret of whatever it was they, the Greeks, were lacking. → read more
10.12.2009 | Views: 2522 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
20 things you need to know about Kabbalah
Kabbalah — is that a science? Who was the first kabbalist? Where did the monkeys come from? Why is Madonna learning Kabbalah? Why in the past was Kabbalah considered a dangerous thing? Kabbalah and astrology – is there a connection between the two? Did the founder of Christianity have anything to do with Kabbalah? → read more
25.11.2009 | Views: 16588 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 8
Jewish Healing
As an experienced Kung-Fu instructor, and well-versed in its methods of inflicting injury on the human body, Dror felt that he should also know how to repair the damage, so he began to study natural healing. → read more
29.09.2009 | Views: 3469 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
The Japan Times about Chabad of Japan
The Japan Times, featured a fantastic article written by Daniel Robson, about the Chabad House. It describes many of the activities and acts of kindness that Chabad House does on an ongoing basis. → read more
26.09.2009 | Views: 4161 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Google Earth, Israel and… Moses
Amazing thing you can see on your computers using Google Earth program. If you look closely at the video, right next to Israel's terrain you can see the figure of a man, supposedly Moses, carefully looking at the Promised Land. → read more
23.09.2009 | Views: 8934 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 7
How To Relate To Gimmel Tammuz
Once again, we are faced with the crucial question: How should we relate to Gimmel Tammuz? In this essay, Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Ginsburg offers a clear perspective on how to approach this day. "It is our fervent desire that the Rebbe Melech HaMoshiach be revealed, and that he himself answer all our questions. But if, G-d forbid, Moshiach is delayed for another few moments, we must also be aware of what the Rebbe wants us to do in this contingency". → read more
22.06.2009 | Views: 3199 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 7
All the Nations of the world will stream to G-d's Temple
A Japanese man, called Sakamoto san, stopped them. After finding out, what brought them to his part of town, offered to give an office he wasn't using in Asakusa, for free for 1 year, until Chabad House would find another place. → read more
19.06.2009 | Views: 4562 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Kfar Chabad Couple Has First Child After 24 Years
Two years ago, Moshe Estrik wrote to the Lubavitcher Rebbe King Moshiach through „Igrot Kodesh“ and asked for a blessing to have children. When he opened the book, he saw the words „buy an apartment in Kfar Chabad …changing your place will change your luck“. → read more
08.06.2009 | Views: 3907 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 8
Why was the Torah given in the Desert?
The giving of the Torah in the desert, not indoors, or in a garden or forest or city, is to teach us a lesson. → read more
21.05.2009 | Views: 3111 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Japan: Kids In Action!
Moshiach (8), who is the oldest of the Edery kids once asked a Jewish man, if he would like to put on Tefillin to which he replied:” Sorry I’m in a rush I haven’t go time”. → read more
02.05.2009 | Views: 3020 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Education and sharing day, U.S.A., 2009
Few have better understood or more successfully promoted these ideas than Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, who emphasized the importance of education and good character. → read more
11.04.2009 | Views: 2931 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
The Role of the Jewish Woman in Bringing the Redemption
The Rebbe King Moshiach emphasizes that according to Torah sources, the generation of the final Redemption is a reincarnation of the generation that left Egypt. Jewish women in Egypt believed wholeheartedly in the words of the prophet, Moshe, that they would be redeemed. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 4658 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
Accepting the Kingship of the Rebbe King Moshiach
Torah sources emphasize that establishing and deepening our faith in the Redemption actually hastens its revelation. This is also true with the acceptance of Moshiach and the strengthening of our faith in him. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 3706 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 7
What can we do to reveal Moshiach?
The more we learn about Redemption the more we are enabled to open our eyes and see it in actuality. All of this should be done in the spirit of faith and joy. The very belief in the Rebbe's prophecy brings true joy. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 2390 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Moshiach lives eternally
All that's left for us to do now, he told us, is to greet our righteous King Moshiach in such a way that every commandment we keep and every good deed we do has to be specifically with the purpose of doing it in order to greet Moshiach. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 3013 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
The Rebbe identifies Moshiach
The Rebbe meets the criteria of Moshiach and has made us aware of his identity as Moshiach. Therefore many projects have been organized to publicize the Rebbe as King Moshiach. These projects received the Rebbe's blessing and approval. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 7618 | Comments: 3 | Rating: 6
Understanding who is the Rebbe
From prime minister to layman, child to renowned Torah scholar, thousands of men, women and children from every walk of life come to the Rebbe's synagogue at 770 Eastern Parkway to receive the Rebbe's personal advice, blessing and unbounded love. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 2512 | Comments: 2 | Rating: 8
The qualifications for Moshiach
The Rambam's (Maimonides) Laws of Kings is the only source in Jewish law on the identity of Moshiach and the criteria he must fulfill. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 6432 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 7
What Moshiach is about?
This world will become a place where suffering, war and jealousy cease to exist, a world of physical and spiritual peace and prosperity, permeated with the awareness and knowledge of G-d, a world where death ceases to exist and every Jew who has ever lived is brought back to life forever. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 2127 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
It's Ok To Get Excited About Moshiach
An unprecedented level of excitement has been generated in the aftermath of the announcement by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson that the Time of the Redemption has arrived. → read more
25.02.2009 | Views: 2273 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
Power of Keeping Shabbat
The lawyer was dumbfounded and he said, “In the decades I’ve been in this profession, I have never had anything like it. One minute they have evidence against you and the next minute they skip 100 questions and approve you for ten years...” → read more
24.02.2009 | Views: 3302 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 8
Radiating Outward
Similarly, we have a responsibility to radiate light outward. The Jewish people are known as a light unto the nations. It is up to us to serve as proud examples of the Torah’s teachings, and to spread its light outward to the entire world. → read more
24.02.2009 | Views: 2078 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Daniel fell off Fuji and miraculously was saved
Rabbi Binyomin immediately contacted the Israeli and British embassies and Mr. Muto to contact the police of the Fuji mountain area. The police contacted the mountain rangers, who said that they were aware that someone fell because a Japanese mountain climber who climbed with Daniel, Mr. Honda, told them. → read more
23.02.2009 | Views: 4063 | Comments: 2 | Rating: 7
The Seven Noahide Laws
Just as the horrifically evil events we have recently witnessed, as incomprehensible as they are, have shaken the entire world for the worse. So every good deed done now can reveal untold blessings and change the world for the better. → read more
23.02.2009 | Views: 2841 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 9
Why is it so important to convince non-observant Jews to keep the mitzvot?
We are living in the generation which can hear the approaching footsteps of Moshiach, a stage by which "all the propitious final times for the coming of the Redemption have already passed. → read more
20.02.2009 | Views: 2532 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Adaptability of Life
Biologists have discovered over a hundred species of "extremophiles", which live under conditions that were originally thought to be too extreme for life. → read more
20.02.2009 | Views: 2239 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
How is it to our advantage now to anticipate Moshiach's future arrival?
The Redemption and the coming of Moshiach are not merely a future reward, but form an integral part of our present divine service. Without the belief and anticipation of Moshiach's imminent arrival, our divine service now would be lacking a dimension. → read more
12.02.2009 | Views: 2013 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
Hearing the Lightning
Look around the room. What do you see? You see walls, a floor, a ceiling. You see furniture: A table, a desk, a chair. If you go outdoors, you see the sky, flowers, trees. But what lies under the surface of what you see? → read more
12.02.2009 | Views: 3124 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
A Naked Singularity
A fascinating phenomenon studied by modern physics is the black hole. When a massive star has spent all its energy and no longer radiates light, it collapses under its own weight. Some stars stabilize at smaller sizes. → read more
12.02.2009 | Views: 2314 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Chief Rabbi Confirms Gaza Miracle Story
Former Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, recovering from a life-threatening disease, prayed several times at the Tomb of the Biblical Matriarch Rachel before the recent war in Gaza. Informed that an “old woman” saved IDF soldiers’ lives in Gaza, he said, “Did she mention that I sent her?” → read more
22.01.2009 | Views: 3495 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Foremother Rachel is protecting our soldiers in Gaza
There are reports from the battlefield in Gaza about a woman who saved Israeli soldiers several times. Eyewitnesses claim that the woman told them that she is foremother Rachel and was sent to guard them. → read more
20.01.2009 | Views: 2603 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Mordechai Keidar on Al-Jazeera
Jerusalem is our city forever and is not an issue for you, for Al Jazeera or for anyone else. Period. Jerusalem belongs only to Jews. → read more
20.06.2008 | Views: 3529 | Comments: 2 | Rating: 4
The purpose of our site
One of the features of this time - the presence of Moshiach in everything. Therefore, we will be publishing articles explaining how to reveal the Moshiach in all that surrounds us. → read more
22.01.2009 | Views: 2275 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 9
The Rebbe Told us That He is Moshiach
The Rebbe meets the criteria of Moshiach and has made us aware of his identity as Moshiach. Therefore many projects have been organized to publicize the Rebbe as King Moshiach. These projects received the Rebbe's blessing and approval... → read more
31.08.2007 | Views: 2889 | Comments: 1 | Rating: 7
770 around the world
Because Lubavitch Chassidim attach great significance to everything connected to the Rebbe King Moshiach, Lubavitch Chassidim all over the world have built replicas or near-replicas of the building. → read more
09.08.2007 | Views: 11910 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
There is a Rebbe in Israel
There is a Rebbe in Israel, and he is not bound by the laws of nature, and one who wishes to go by the safest root, in his business or his home and so forth, will not raise a finger without consulting the Rebbe... → read more
25.07.2007 | Views: 4128 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 9
The Miracles of Hanit
He said that he heard me eulogize one of his fallen friends during the recent war. The sailor had a relatively new beard, an almost new knitted kippa on his head, and the beautifully pure innocence in his eyes of a new Ba'al Tshuva. → read more
14.07.2007 | Views: 2366 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Jews Smarter, It's Genetic
Jews' average IQ score is seven to 15 points higher than gentiles and they are exceptionally accomplished, claims the British social theorist Dr Charles Murray. → read more
13.04.2007 | Views: 2492 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Niz’s raps are 100% kosher
Nathan Isaac Zand - who goes by the moniker Niz - is a Brookline-bred hasidic Jew who puts his faith to a beat and knows how to tear up a stage. → read more
13.04.2007 | Views: 7318 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
The Chasidic Horse Trainer
This week, the horse R' Gedalia trains raced in a tournament with a rider wearing a Moshiach jersey made specially for the race... and of course his horse won first place! → read more
18.03.2007 | Views: 3805 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Two souls
There is season for throwing thoughts. Quiet lightenings without thunder. Piercing storming oceans of my heart. Reaching world that lies beyond and under. → read more
19.02.2007 | Views: 2468 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Miss South Africa's Journey To Judaism
Ellen Nester Peters was crowned Miss South Africa South in 1973, and later that year she came in ninth at the Miss World contest. Today she is an observant Orthodox Jew known as Ilana Skolnik... → read more
19.01.2007 | Views: 4289 | Comments: 1 | Rating: 4
The Rebbe's dollar opened her eyes...
It's not easy to imagine being blind - we can close our eyes and try but in a pinch we can always open them. But not Mrs. Schecter. → read more
18.01.2007 | Views: 4985 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 5
Yechi HaMelech
Answers to commonly asked questions on the declaration of Yechi. → read more
02.01.2007 | Views: 3852 | Comments: 6 | Rating: 5
And Together All Flesh Shall See..
Scientists studying perception at the University of Wisconsin Medical School have come up with a new technology that allows blind people to "see" well enough to catch a ball, walk around obstacles, play rock-paper-scissors, and watch a video. → read more
28.12.2006 | Views: 2456 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 4
Y-Love Supreme
Meet Yitz Jordon, a mocha-skinned, Hasidic rapper also known as Y-Love. He’s a convert to Jewish Orthodoxy who spits faith-based rhymes in a mixture of English and Aramaic, the ancient language of the Talmud and Kabbalah. → read more
20.11.2006 | Views: 2826 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Matisyahu Makes It Cool To Be Jewish
He lives in Crown Heights, the heart of the Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn, but Matisyahu is a rapper. → read more
25.10.2006 | Views: 10250 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
Jewish Ledger Reports on Matisyahu
The following article appeared in The Ledger, an independent Jewish Newspaper. The article follows Matisyahu’s journey through life, including his relationship with The Shliach of Washington square Rabbi Yakov Bankhalter, and Matis' recent rise to stardom. → read more
05.10.2006 | Views: 3422 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 3
Make a teacher for yourself
“I suggested and requested, with a “request of the soul” (and beyond, but at the moment I don't have a more suitable expression) that this should be publicized everywhere - that it would be worthwhile and very proper for every Jewish man and woman and child to fulfill the instruction of the Mishna, “asei lecha rav,” “make a teacher for yourself” - and go to him from time to time in order to ascertain where you stand with regard to your avodas Hashem.” → read more
20.09.2006 | Views: 2663 | Comments: 2 | Rating: 4
A Taste Of Moshiach In The Land Of The Rising Sun
From a spacious villa in Tokyo, Rabbi Binyamin Edery directs Chabad activities throughout Japan. In eight months he managed to create a revolution and to breathe new life into the Jewish communities scattered throughout Japan. The central Chabad House has become a magnet even for non-Jews, and many Japanese are hearing about their unique role for the first time. A story of amazing success despite all odds. → read more
14.09.2006 | Views: 4736 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 0
Beirut’s last Jews
Only around forty Jews remain in the Lebanese capital. The once thriving community had sixteen synagogues; today, there is only one, with a broken roof → read more
20.08.2006 | Views: 2332 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 2
"Military Experts Should Have Priority"
If we would have listened to the military experts we would have saved this trouble, having taken control over Tzur would’ve saved us from additional difficulties. → read more
30.07.2006 | Views: 2451 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 6
King without his Crown
What's this feeling? My love will rip a hole through the ceiling. I give myself to you from the essence of my being. And I sing to my God this song of love and healing. I want Moshiach now and it's time to starts revealing/. → read more
13.07.2006 | Views: 2483 | Comments: 0 | Rating: 2