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Chabad House Welcomes 1,000 Students The Rutgers University Chabad House, the largest Jewish Student Center in the nation, is proud to be celebrating its most successful year with a...
Video: Chanukkah with the Governor Governor Chris Christie celebrates Hanukkah with the lighting of the Menorah in the outer office with Rabbi Yosef Carlebach, and Rabbi Mendy Carlebach
Rutgers Chabad's RU Week of Kindness Sharing the light is a universal theme of Chanukah, but when it comes to bringing the festival of lights to such places as Afghanistan...
Weekly Torah Portion
The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
Constructing the Mishkan - A Common Task Following G-d’s giving of the Torah, and before the sin of the Golden Calf, the Jewish people were on the level of tzaddikim , the truly righteous...
Our Parsha - Terumah Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Terumah.
Moshiach in the Parsha That is, each one must transform himself and his quarters into a sanctuary for G-d: a place of Torah, Prayer and Charity, with effort that all...
Magazine
Tefillin. G-d-bound The scriptural source for the mitzvah of tefillin (phylacteries) is the verse, “You shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as...
Mitzvot Then and Now Joseph, son of Jacob, was sold as a slave and brought to Egypt, and then was later imprisoned for twelve years. Nevertheless, he did not stop his...
Robots and Souls This suit essentially is a lightweight robot exoskeleton, which uses a sophisticated computer to mimic the body’s natural movements while...
Praising His Great Name In Judaism we find that names are given great significance. According to our sages, even parents are granted the gift of prophecy when naming their...
Holidays
How To Celebrate Purim is the festival that commemorates the breathtaking victory over the murderous designs of Haman. It is observed on the fourteenth day of the...
The History of Purim - A Brief Synopsis It is a story of great courage and self-sacrifice--first and foremost by Queen Esther and Mordechai, and ultimately by the whole Jewish nation...
Thoughts & Essays A Woman Called Esther * Unfettered By Intellect * The Physical Festival * Beyond Knowledge * Be Happy ;-) * When The Stakes Are High * Cosmic Sleep
Purim Stories The End Of Stalin * When Only Purim Will Do * The Building Competition * And The Winner Is... * The Heroic Struggle * Purim in Poona * Remembering...

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Friday, 3 March 2017
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