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43 Reported News Brief 10/9/2013, Cheshvan 5, 5774 Rabbi Nagari: Jewish State' beat State of Tel Aviv' The massive funeral Monday for Rabbi Ovadia Yosef the largest funeral in Israel's history proves that Judaism has won, Rabbi Mordechai Nagari
Russia's Chief Rabbi and senior Chabad emissary, Rabbi Berel Lazar, together with other chief rabbis of cities scattered across Siberia and the region included Rabbi Yitzhak Gorelik of Kazan, Rabbi of Perm, Rabbi Zalman Deutsch, Rabbi of Irkutsk,
They brought him flowers from the Jewish Home Young Leadership faction.
On Monday, July 1, the Ministry of Culture of Russia and the Russian State Library (RSL) presented in the Moscow Arbitration Court lawsuit demanding the Library of Congress to return seven books from the collections of Schneerson. We
Financial Times Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 26 2013, 4:20 PM EDT There are still jobs where good writing matters, even in an age of Facebook and Twitter. (Yong Hian Lim/Getty Images/iStockphoto) A few weeks ago I received an e-mail from a U.S.
06 Reported News Brief 6/23/2013, Tammuz 15, 5773 Jews Attacked on Mount of Olives Saturday Night A group of Jews who traveled from the Binyamin-region Jewish community of Beit El to Jerusalem's Mount of Olives was attacked by about 50 Arabs,
A federal judge says Russia is acting like a scofflaw'' and an outlaw'' by refusing his order to hand over a Jewish group's historical books and documents...That's a Hasidic movement within Orthodox Judaism headquartered in Brooklyn. Russia has
Chairman Yiftach Ron-Tal of the IEC board of directors toured the site this week and said that those who come to Meron will now have safe lighting. Electricity was one of many underdeveloped infrastructures at the site.
Leading the prayers was Rabbi Yehoshua Ben-Shoshan, an associate of the late former Sephardic chief rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu. Rabbi Yoseph has been suffering from a serious illness for some time. People are asked to pray for Harav Ya'akov ben Margalit,
The Rebbetzin was born in Russia and lived most of her life in New York where she helped countless people with the establishment of a worldwide Chabad network.