Hungarian Government Recognizes Chabad of Hungary

Hungarian Government Recognizes Chabad of Hungary

Today, the government of Hungary officially recognized EMIH, the Orthodox Jewish Communities Association, the umbrella organization of Chabad of Hungary, granting them “special status.

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He helped lead the greatest hostage rescue in history.

November 19, 2019

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Chabad of Hungary gets status upgrade from government

November 18, 2019

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Schusterman and Babbit Get Down to Business

November 14, 2019

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Green light for Chabad growth in Whitefield

November 14, 2019

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Local teen and L.A. comedian to headline 'Laughter & L’chaim'

November 13, 2019

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Coping with Life Challenges is Topic of Chabad Course

November 12, 2019

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Campus Gala reflects on late Rabbi Sasonkin’s influence

November 12, 2019

A Path Out of Poverty and Into Jewish Service

Fifty students from Odessa and abroad currently attend Chabad’s Jewish University in Odessa. The Jewish University is the only institution of higher learning in the region where students can earn accredited bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, law, and humanities while also engaging in Jewish studies.

Rena Udkoff | News | Monday, November 4

As Getty Fire Burns in LA, Chabads Offer Assistance

At about 1:34 on Monday morning, in the hills of Brentwood, California, a eucalyptus branch fell onto a power line, sparking a fire that quickly burned more than 500 acres. By 3:15 10,000 homes were evacuated.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, October 31

University of Pittsburgh Marks One Year for Tree of Life

On October 27, 2018, the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh became the site of the worst mass killing of Jews in America. At the nearby University of Pittsburgh, the outpouring of support for the Jewish community on campus was instant and firm.

Ashira Weiss | News | Tuesday, October 29

Odessa's Orphans

The Jewish community, which provides hundreds of the city’s Jewish children with daily meals, shelter, and the education they need to hope for a better future, is now fighting for its survival. Today, community leaders describe a crisis that has reached “catastrophic” levels, leaving them without the critical funding needed to continue the most basic humanitarian services.

Rena Udkoff | News | Monday, October 28

Hot Meals and Warm Jewish Spirit Uplift Stranded Passengers in Barcelona

After technical delays forced a Norwegian airline traveling from Israel to New York to land in Barcelona, Spain, more than 100 passengers found themselves stranded with nothing to eat. The passengers, returning from the Sukkot holiday in the Holy Land, had already experienced a delayed departure. Many of them, kosher consumers, and unable to to exit the airport without visas, left many adults and children had run out of food.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Thursday, October 24

12 Hours in the Heart of the Hood

Members of 10 Atlanta Chabad centers met at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport for a six a.m. flight last Wednesday. The 83 travelers, ranging in age from four months to their mid-70s, took off into the sunrise for 12 hours of Soul travel.

Dvora Lakein | News | Thursday, October 24

More than 1,000 Jewish students from universities in six nations gathered in New York City last weekend for an annual event that brought together young men and women from France, England, Brazil, Argentina, the United States and Canada.

More than 1,000 Jewish students from universities in six nations gathered in New York City last weekend for an annual event that brought together young men and women from France, England, Brazil, Argentina, the United States and Canada. Go to galleryGo to gallery »

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