Taipei’s first Jewish Community Center, with a new synagogue, opens this month. Its generous benefactor hopes to unite the tiny community there, but Jews in Taiwan are like Jews everywhere. They have issues.
For 20 years, Chabad of Rural and Regional Australia has been connecting with Jews in unexpected places—far from Melbourne and Sydney
Mitzvah Tanks have changed their routine during the pandemic, but they keep on rolling
A documentary about a Montana Lubavitcher raises the question of how best to do outreach
The Tenth of Shevat is a Hasidic commemoration that reminds us that only we have the responsibility and the ability to fix what’s broken in our lives
Tragedy transformed Devorah Halberstam into New York City’s most outspoken expert on anti-Semitic crime. Are we listening?
New criminal-justice reforms combined with restrictive gun laws are making it impossible for Jews to be safe in New York
Boro Park, Brooklyn, late 1970s, at the nexus of a cultish hippiedom and ultra-Orthodoxy
As the leading targets of hate crimes, Jews are routinely being attacked in the streets of New York City. So why is no one acting like it’s a big deal?
The surprising story of how the sixth Chabad rabbi made it out of Warsaw
How a visit from my dead mother led me to the Lubavitcher Rebbe and showed me the way to heal our world
A new book gives us Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson as social reformer
A parade of diverse people—poets and politicians, generals and physicians, God-fearing and disbelievers—turned to the Lubavitcher Rebbe for guidance. Why?
How Russian aggression decimated Jewish life in eastern Ukraine
Mourning the era of American Jewish freedom
Mumbai, 2008: The child of a murdered Chabad rabbi screams for his mother, while a Brooklyn-born Jewish lesbian finds unexpected, exotic love, in an excerpt from ‘Mother India’
‘All this divisive stuff is going on and so they decided to put a Jew in charge!’ quipped Rabbi Bleich
The ex-major leaguer is studying alongside a Chabad rabbi as he embarks on a ‘spiritual journey’