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News & Events
Huge Passover Seders Celebrated at Rutgers Despite the mass exodus at Rutgers of students going home for the Passover holiday this year, Chabad House enjoyed a mass ingathering of over 300...
An Arab bakery that observes Passover? This is a true story that occurred 47 years ago, and this writer corroborated with the granddaughter of the chief character, Rabbi Shlomo Zalman...
Picture of the Day Chabad model Matza Bakery getting ready for next Sunday April 2nd at 3pm @ShopRite EB
Weekly Torah Portion
The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha - Tazria-Metzorah A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
Ten Minute Video Class! - Parshas Tazria An easy-to-use, insightful TEN MINUTE Torah lesson in your own home.
Our Parsha - Tazriah-Metzora Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Tazriah-Metzora.
Wrong Address In the city of Vitebsk lived two tea merchants, both named Hosheia, known as 'Big Hoisha' and 'Little Hoisha'. 'Big Hoisha' was a wealthy man...
Magazine
Day of Gratitude In the upcoming week we will mark the birthday of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, the spiritual leader of the Jewish people. Tens of thousands of chassidim...
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
What Is Shavuot? It is the second of the three major festivals and comes exactly 50 days after Passover. It marks the giving of the Torah by G-d to the entire...
Each Day At first glance, the counting of days seems to be of no consequence, since the flow of time is beyond man's control. Yet, it is obviously very...
Counting Then and Now The first time the Jewish people counted during the period between Passover and Shavuot was when they left Egypt and were preparing themselves to...
Seven Perfect Weeks We are commanded: "You shall count... seven perfect weeks." There are sages of the post-Talmudic era who interpret this charge as implying that the...

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