The Paratrooper’s Birthday

I was raised in Kfar Chabad, Israel, in a family of dedicated Lubavitchers. After completing my yeshivah studies, I served as a paratrooper in the IDF. This was in 1989, and I was stationed deep in Lebanon, in a place that was swarming with terrorists. Read More:

The Ten-Minute Miracle

I took a pair of tefillin and went out to the center of town. There, I began to approach passersby offering to help them put on tefillin, and the response was positive. After about ten minutes of this, a man came over to me and asked, “Who are you?” Read More:

A Mighty Mother’s Triumph

Sadly, he became blind, deaf and very hyperactive. Overnight, our lives had been turned upside-down. Read more:

I had been ordained as a rabbi and I thought that the rabbinate would be my future. But now it became apparent that it wouldn’t be.

Like a Father

In honor of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin's wedding anniversary on the 14th of Kislev, JEM presents a very special production documenting the Rebbe's personal involvement in the marriages of several young couples during the early years of his leadership.

Fresh Take on Known Event

This fascinating JEM film recalls the events in the aftermath of the Rebbe's attack, as witnessed first hand by Dr. Ira Weiss, who would become the Rebbe and Rebbetzin's primary cardiologist.