Now, a century later, Chabad-Lubavitch historian Eli Rubin has unearthed new information about the trial of Mendel Beilis that remained unknown to modern-day researchers of the trial. Some of his discoveries were recently published on Chabad.org in an article titled The Tsar’s Scapegoats: Beilis, the Chassidim and the Jews.
Chabad-Lubavitch is using creative marketing ideas to make Judaism meaningful, relevant and accessible to every Jew, wherever he or she may be.
Playa del Carmen remains a popular spot for Israeli backpackers. Hundreds are heading this month to Chabad of Playa del Carmen, where they are enjoying a meat and chicken meal for only 30 pesos, or about $2.25.
Volunteers from throughout the state and beyond have been helping with both the physical effort and donations for those devastated by floodwaters. With the holiday of Sukkot beginning on Wednesday night, Colorado Chabads are in the midst of all the planning and preparation.
Chabad-Lubavitch of Wyoming, based in the town of Jackson—in western Wyoming, almost completely surrounded by mountains and in the well-known valley of Jackson Hole—serves the roughly 500 permanent Jewish residents there and the 40,000 Jewish tourists population that visits annually.
TheJewishWoman.org – the premier destination on the Web for Jewish women of all backgrounds – is relaunching with new content, a new design and a renewed commitment to help its readers “graduate in their Judaism.”
As part of a seven-decade old annual program dubbed the ‘Roving Rabbis’, 350 Chabad-Lubavitch rabbinical students have been dispatched to Jewish communities in Asia, Europe, the Americas and beyond.