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Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, chairman of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch in Brooklyn, N.Y., said Tuesday in a statement that Moscowitz participated in a three-hour teleconference of the organization's executive board on Monday. He praised Moscowitz for having
Show of Force 'It's difficult living in a society where people from the outside think you're not normal' Photo: Ido Erez While some ultra-Orthodox women see Torah study as only way of life, others say haredi men who are not suited for yeshiva study
Wortzman took part in a class conducted via the internet, as part of a Chabad project to provide schooling for the children of the movement's shluchim (emissaries) around the world.
Fears that the tumult in Ukraine would place the Jewish community in harm's way appeared to be realized late Monday...A Jewish community center and synagogue were firebombed in Ukraine late Monday, according to the Chabad Lubavitch organization.
Nationalist haredi rabbis may not appreciate female sexuality, but God does, as it contains holiness and will function as vessel to purify the priests. The ceremony under the wedding canopy went smoothly...With its, conclusion the freshly wed
It was imperative that we get her out of there and fly her to Israel for continued medical care." The Rabbi, together with the help of the community in the Ethiopian capital, pressured the airline and government officials and succeeded in arranging
In 2012, a group of rabbis held a rally in Citi Field to condemn "unfettered internet use" according to The New York Times . The leaders suggested members of the community use filters to protect themselves from inappropriate content. This has caused
For some ultra-Orthodox Jewish leaders, WhatsApp might be too good at telling people what's up. The messaging app is getting increasingly popular with members of the Satmar Hasidic Orthodox group in New York, which is causing concerned rabbis to
Elie Wiesel was supposed to be the keynote speaker at the inauguration ceremony of the new display at the Jewish pavilion in Auschwitz , the place where he was enslaved and lost his loved ones. For personal reasons he was unable to attend the
The Breslov Hasidic movement is up in arms in recent days following a bill submitted to the Ukrainian parliament, suggesting that visitors to the tomb of Rabbi Nachman in the city of Uman will be charged a fee.