Chabad-Lubavitch


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a large missionary Hasidic movement known for their hospitality, technological expertise, optimism and emphasis on religious study

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The Chabad-Lubavitch organization said that all lawsuits were dropped and resolved.
Today there are 3,300 such Chabad houses throughout the world, and Chabad-Lubavitch has become an influential force in Jewish life.
For the fourth consecutive year, giant samples of menorahs will be exhibited in public spaces in major towns as part of a worldwide campaign headed by Chabad-Lubavitch Worldwide Movement from New York to Paris, from Sao Paulo to Vladivostok.
Leopold CafE[umlaut] (right) is crowded with its devoted patrons; a rabbi of the Jewish Chabad-Lubavitch movement pays homage to victims at a bullet-riddled wall of Nariman House (below); and commuters at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus go through the daily grind.
Lubavitch Rabbi Itchel Krasnjansky, executive director of Chabad of Hawaii, has said that Hawaii's five airports are displaying Chabad-Lubavitch menorahs this Chanukah.
is a member of Chabad-Lubavitch of Oregon, a Hasidic group that encourages Jews to practice mitzvahs or "commandments.
The Rebbe's Army: Inside the World of Chabad-Lubavitch by Sue Fishkoff (Schocken)
NEW YORK -- Former Columbia University professor and Swiss Consulting Group CEO Thomas Zweifel and Rabbi Aaron Raskin of Brooklyn-based Chabad-Lubavitch, co-authors of The Rabbi and the CEO: The Ten Commandments for 21(st) Century Leaders (SelectBooks, 2008), are making local appearances in support of their innovative new book.
Typically an intense and demanding time of year at Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters, the days and hours before Passover reach a kind of crescendo, with "the demands on our resources squeezed to what seems like its limit, always in the hours, even minutes before Pesach," said Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky.
The legal dispute centers on the so-called Schneerson Library, a collection of 12,000 books and 50,000 religious documents assembled by the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement over two centuries before World War II, and kept since in Russia.
The Institute of American and Talmudic Law (IAT Law), is a New York City based non-profit organization that provides continuing legal education CLE to attorneys and other professionals, and is an affiliate of Chabad-Lubavitch of Midtown Manhattan (NY).
CDATA[ More than 1,000 Chabad-Lubavitch Hassidim and Land of Israel activists toured Samaria over the interim days of the Passover holiday.
Run by Chabad-Lubavitch Movement, the centre, which constitutes of an educational centre and a Synagogue, offers drug prevention services and transit stay to the Jews.
The beauty of the idea for 770 Western Parkway"-the name Guma has given the project-"is that it's a partnership between a lay-leader like myself, and Chabad-Lubavitch, with a universal message of relevance to people from all walks of life.
But the tax-exempt Yeshiva - which is part of the worldwide ultra-Orthodox Chabad-Lubavitch movement, run by Russian Jews and their descendants based in Brooklyn, N.