Shmarya Rosenberg--who grew up in a Conservative household, found himself drawn to the Chabad-Lubavitch
movement as a young adult, and then abandoned Orthodoxy--until recently ran a blog called FailedMessiah, which skewered the ultra-Orthodox community for real and alleged failings.
A full weekend of activities and workshops ends on with a gala banquet on Sunday night, followed by a visit to sites important to the Chabad-Lubavitch
movement on Monday morning.
organization said that all lawsuits were dropped and resolved.
2004)(unpublished table decision) (using term "Dover Amendment"); Verified Complaint, Chabad-Lubavitch
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movement has taken a 1922 Berlin power station and transformed it into a Jewish community center.
A group of about 11 Hassidic Chabad-Lubavitch
rabbis also came to Cairo from the United States and Israel and sang at the event.
The site of the Pune blast was close to Chabad House, a Jewish cultural and religious centre run by the orthodox Chabad-Lubavitch
movement whose members were targeted in the Mumbai attacks.
The eatery is near an ashram, or religious retreat, popular with overseas visitors and a Jewish cultural and religious centre run by the orthodox Chabad-Lubavitch
Run by Chabad-Lubavitch
Movement, the centre, which constitutes an educational centre and a synagogue, offers drug prevention services and transit stay to Jews.
The building was called Nariman House, and it had been a Jewish community center run by Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivka, both members of Chabad-Lubavitch
, a Hasidic Jewish group based in Brooklyn.
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.
Sue Fishkoff examined the shlichim of the Lubavitcher community, the movement's outreach emissaries who must exhibit not only independence but also an entrepreneurial spirit to successfully accomplish their work (The Rebbe's Army: Inside the World of Chabad-Lubavitch
[Schocken Books, 2003]).
This article will explore the development and activities of one particular web site, Chabad-Lubavitch
in Cyberspace, known as CLIC and found at www.
Lubavitch Rabbi Itchel Krasnjansky, executive director of Chabad of Hawaii, has said that Hawaii's five airports are displaying Chabad-Lubavitch
menorahs this Chanukah.