Why do they hate us? What should we do about it? A new presentation, coming Tisha B'av, takes an in-depth look at the Rebbe's approach to combating ant-Semitism.
Here's My Story: Growing up, I was a rambunctious child. I was impatient and had a penchant for sparring with authority, regularly testing my teachers in the Chabad yeshivah I attended.
The viewing of the Rebbe's Lag B'omer parade on Wednesday for Crown Heights schoolchildren and their parents outside 770 was a smashing success.
Over 200 members and supporters of the JEM Foundation from around the world gathered in New York City for the inaugural JEM Foundation International Gala.
Rabbi Moshe Yehuda Leib Landa, 83, was a noted scholar, halachic authority, dedicated chassid and chief rabbi of Bnei Brak. He passed away after Shabbat at Laniado hospital in Netanya.
The Rebbe responded: “Is this the proper way to receive God’s blessings — by making preconditions with Him?
I wrote to the Rebbe about my dilemma, and I had an opportunity to discuss this issue with him in a private audience on the occasion of my twenty-third birthday in 1969. That is when the Rebbe explained to me that I had got it all wrong.
Here's My Story: “It’s too big a risk,” the driver insisted, “anything could happen if the Arabs riot.”
A rabbi who was also a successful businessman once asked the Rebbe whether it would be advisable for him to leave business in order to focus exclusively on outreach.
There is no such thing as a Jew who is far from God. Reaching out to other Jews simply means bringing even closer, those who are already close to God. 21 Adar 5750 - March 18, 1990