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Gut Shabbes! (Bamidbar)

This week, we’ll hear the Torah reading of Bamidbar, the first in the book of Numbers, and as we do so, it’s likely that we’ll be thinking of the upcoming festival; Shovuos. 179 more words


WATCH: Rabbi celebrates at Manchester False Flag

Posted on May 24, 2017 | Leave a comment

Rabbi Shneur Cohen of Chabad Manchester city was spotted serving coffee and donuts to cops after the terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester arena on May 21, which resulted in the death of 22 people and sending another 59 to hospital. 294 more words


A Kiddush Hashem

Last night, Britain experienced a terror attack which united the country in grief and fear. A suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena targeted innocent concert goers, leaving at least twenty two dead and fifty nine injured. 376 more words


Manis Friedman Headlines Event With Child-Rapist Protector

Manis Friedman, inspirational religious leader, and well known speaker, renowned in the Chabad community, and well known for his infamous comparison of sexual abuse to a case of diarrhea, 627 more words


I claim to hate labels, particularly when they refer to religious observance, because really, we’re all Jews- no more, no less. But the fact is, they are there, and we can’t pretend they’re not. 389 more words


Gut Voch!

Light attracts. Where a lantern is placed, those who seek light gather around.”

The above quote comes from the Previous Rebbe- Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch. 102 more words


Gut Shabbes! (Behar-Bechukotai)

I was reading the Tanya this morning when I came across the following paragraph. The analogy used here is so beautiful and inspiring that I felt I just had to share it. 226 more words