In 1974, after the Maalot massacre, the Rebbe pushed the Mezuzah campaign to new heights. Responding to the Rebbe's call, the Yeshiva students came up with a novel idea: "Tanks against assimilation." They couldn't have possibly imagined how far their idea would go.
Rabbi Putterman reported back that the Rebbe had said: “Find a doctor who thinks you shouldn’t take the test.” He didn’t tell us to get a better doctor, and he also didn’t overrule Dr. Bender directly and advise against the angiogram. He wanted us to find another doctor who would tell us not to do it. So we needed to get another opinion. Read More:
Connection Point concludes five beautiful programs throughout the month of Kislev/December.
In this enlightening JEM film, the curtain has been pulled back to give the viewers a precious glimpse at this crucial support group and its origins. Read More:
I also spent a lot of time wandering around the Judean desert near Jerusalem, where I would see the beauty of nature that G-d created. So my belief in G-d became very strong. Crediting all this to yoga, I considered going to India for more in-depth study. Read More:
Now, for the first time, a new JEM film relives the historic epilogue of Hey Teves and the incredible results of the Rebbe's declaration that this is clearly an auspicious time for all personal requests for blessings to be delivered to the Previous Rebbe's gravesite to be answered in full.
Building on the success of the Classic Program, Connection Point debuts “Connection Point Yomei Depagra” - for special days in the Chabad calendar.
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:
In a Chanukah season unlike any other in recent history, several new JEM productions have helped ignite the spirits of thousands across the globe.
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: