CHABAD


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CHABADChochmah Binah Daat (Jewish outreach organization.)
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"It combines ancient Jewish traditions with a modern twist," said Rabbi Kotlarsky, director of the Chabad Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mendy Rivkin and his wife, Sheiny Rivkin, founded Chabad of Towson in 2008 to serve the student populations at Towson University and Goucher College, according to a news release announcing the lawsuit.
Get more sweetness in your meal, and more apples, with this kugel (https://www.chabad.org/recipes/recipe_cdo/aid/3351111/jewish/Apple-Noodle-Kugel-for-Rosh-Hashanah.htm) recipe by Miriam Szokovski on Chabad. While there are no raisins to be found in this dish, there's a cinnamon crumb topping to finish off the apple-noddle dish.
The bespectacled Moshe, now 11, also sporting the 'Kippah' and a dark suit, had an emotional 'reunion' with the Israel Prime Minister, as his Indian nanny and saviour Sandra Samuel and grandparents flanked them in a small room in the Chabad House, in Nariman House, Colaba.
In contrast to the Lithuanian school of Haredim that emphasizes study of the Talmud, Hassidic sects like Chabad give equal weight to the heart in the Jew's ties to God.
It was Rabbi Gabi and his wife who had founded the Mumbai Chabad in 2003.
Two years later the unresolved claim for the Schneersohn 'Library' and 'Archive' is still pending in US Court in the case of Agudas Chasidei Chabad of United States v.
Members of the Central Massachusetts Chabad received permission recently from the Massachusetts Port Authority, which owns and operates the airport, to place the Jewish symbol in the facility's lobby.
There are six other Chabad locations throughout Manhattan's midtown area, including the "giant sukkah," a temporary but erected in celebration of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, which according to the organization draws thousands of visitors every fall to its Bryant Park location.
<![CDATA[ A Chabad member answered Dovid Efune's article suggesting that Chabad emissaries bear arms, as they have been threatened again.
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Government has also enhanced security in Chabad houses or Jewish centres located in different parts of the country as these religious places continued to be vulnerable as terrorist targets.