'No indication of a hate crime,' says Assistant State Fire Marshal ■ A criminal investigation has been opened
'I Told a Camper That the Lord Created a Jewish Partner for Each Jewish Person. She Found It Hard to Take'
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An Israeli trying to instill Jewish values at a Chabad summer camp in Florida, and an opera stage manager coping with the coronavirus shutdown
A major post-coronavirus shakedown is about to hit Jewish institutional life. Who is best prepared to survive it?
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein ran a tax deduction scheme for donors of the Chabad synagogue in California, and could face up to five years in prison
Chabad wants to play a two-faced game, backing Israel’s most fanatic settlers on annexation but maintaining its non-political Jewish outreach image, and funding, in the U.S. It’s not going to work
The attack took the life of congregant Lori Gilbert-Kaye and wounded three others, including the congregation's rabbi, but it also rallied the forces for good
Kathmandu's female ‘shaliach’ withdraws participation in torch-lighting event after rabbinical court’s firm opposition
More than half of Chabad group confined in a Jerusalem hotel, while their peers say they've only learned of the diagnosis through the media
The Hasidim returned from a New York yeshiva in a neighborhood which American authorities fear had been the site of a major outbreak
The university says it noticed a clause on sex separation for a Chabad event too late to cancel, a mistake it pledges to avoid in the future
The donation is the rapper's second in four years to the Downtown Jewish Center Chabad of Fort Lauderdale, of which his lawyer is a member
Masked Polish guards had been hired by the local Jewish community to prevent worshipers from entering the synagogue
Law enforcement investigating possibility that fires were anti-Semitic hate crimes
The gunman, identified as John Earnest, walked into the synagogue, killed one woman and wounded three others with his assault-style rifle and then fled in a car before calling police himself
Chabad of Poway is a branch of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, a hasidic group with emissaries across the globe who are focused on reaching out to unaffiliated Jews
'It was terrifying because you didn't know if something was going to come afterwards,' says Rabbi Menachem Heller who was inside the chabad with his family
Row over whether the victims' bones should be retrieved from Danube River reveals larger debate over how the Jewish community should approach Orban's government
Ezra Gershi allegedly deposited 300,000 shekels in escrow to back up his promises of jobs and funding in exchange for Chabad votes
Although the event's organizers said in court that people of both genders would be allowed to move freely, a Haaretz reporter was barred from entering the women's area
Tel Aviv District Court okays Chabad's planned program for Monday with the judge criticizing municipal authorities for trying to cancel it too late.
'Education and Sharing Day' commemorates the birthday of Rabbi Schneerson, who led Chabad throughout the second half of the 20th century
Even though Chabadniks are anti-Zionists bent on spreading religiosity, the state and its citizens continue to grovel before them and give them easy access to our most precious resource: our children
Russian Orthodox Bishop says last czar was murdered by Jews for ritual purposes
Proudly Resilient Defying neo-Nazi Threats, Jewish Students at University of Florida Refuse to Hide in Fear
'We should be countering darkness with light - and so while Spencer was in his evil darkness, we created goodness and light on the other side'
For one night I swapped Tinder and instant noodles for dinner with Chabad emissaries. The highlight was a 3D puzzle of the Temple
$66 million initiative has funded outreach centers run by Chabad and Olami, which are actively engaged in bringing Jews closer to Orthodox Judaism
About 1,000 young Russians who attend Jewish studies in Chabad clubs were rewarded with a week-long European tour. As well as visiting tourist sites and learning more about Judaism, several even came back engaged
The idea isn’t so much to turn Israelis into Orthodox Jews, but to get them to identify with the worldview of a party identified with settlements, says one critic
Study finds that members have become increasingly reticent to pay mandatory dues following the 2008 financial crisis and prefer pay-what-you-can system
Moscow district court ordered Yosef Khersonsky, an Israeli who heads one of the capital's communities, to leave Russia in connection with his 'setting up without permission a for-profit foreign entity'