Article by Rabbi Binyomin Cohen: When eminent Chabad rov in Baltimore, R. Avrohom Elyeh Akselrod, davened for hours long on Rosh Hashana night, his shul president was sure he was davening for a raise. But the chossid’s innocent response took the man by surprise.
A group of Crown Heights mothers who are concerned by recent incidents are advocating the installment of an impartial rabbinic board to oversee chinuch decisions in schools.
From the Anash.org Inbox: “I am putting pen to paper because I am pained, upset, and frankly disappointed”.
From the Anash.org inbox: “Our neighborhood has seen a miraculous turnaround, as the achdus we only dreamed of became the nucleus of so many activities. Once we have stretched, why would anyone want to shrink?”
From the Anash.org inbox: A Crown Heights resident writes his concerns over the lack of face coverings in public, and why it is important that the community wear them.
As antisemites exploit the coronavirus crisis, Ohio Shliach Rabbi Aryeh Kaltmann writes about the painful experience of seeing these displays in his State capital.
Rabbi Mendy Katz writes how he experienced Chof-Zayin Adar and how it changed everything for him – and all of us.
The news these days is full of talk about elections. Indiana Shliach Rabbi Eliezer Zalmanov shares insights on one particular vote and lessons we can draw.
A technical issue with my internet connection solved a much deeper issue in my life.
Rabbi Fitzy Lipskier didn’t promote himself or seek sensation. He was a committed educator whose efforts bore fruit years later.
Op-ed: The Rebbe modeled a humane way to do kaparos; let’s take the time to do the same!
Following a claim that Lubavitch doesn’t value Torah study or compromises halacha for the sake of shlichus, Miami Rosh Kolel Rabbi Aryeh Citron proves that the opposite is true.
In a letter to fellow anash and shluchim, Rabbi Asi Spiegel of Tzfas shared a remarkable occurrence related to 25 years since Gimmel Tammuz.
When the Rebbe instructed Tzach not to set up mivtzoyim directly along the route of the Israel Day Parade.
The Rebbe’s campaign isn’t only for public schools. It can have a positive effect in our schools too.