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.
During the height of the Yom Kippur War, the Rebbe gave Mr. Aryeh Morgenstern detailed military instructions to convey to Israel’s political and military leadership.
Over 1,500 Young Shluchim joined a global Connection Point rally as part of this year's Kinus Tzeirei Hashluchim.
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.
“But she isn’t Jewish,” I replied. “I know,” Rabbi Klein said, “but the Rebbe asked for her mother’s name.” Read more:
You've heard Rabbi Sacks tell over his stories with the Rebbe. Now hear the Rebbe retell them from his perspective.
But the Rebbe knew just how to answer me – a teenager who wanted to conquer the world, to be special, to be unique. And he did it so simply. He crossed out “guinea pig” and he wrote “pioneer.” Read More:
The entire world is deeply saddened by today's news of the passing of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of Great Britain.
This enlightening JEM production, My Bar Mitzvah with the Rebbe, focuses on the special rite of passage and the Rebbe's unique approach to a young Jewish male's coming of age.
The 20th of Cheshvan marks the birthday of the fifth Rebbe of Chabad, the Rebbe Rashab. He was born in the year 5621 (1860).