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Who Controls Israel’s Destiny

At a Chassidic gathering held on Shabbat Bereishit 5752 (1991), the Lubavitcher Rebbe focused his attention on the teaching with which Rashi begins his...

Tzfat on Target

In my first three decades, I never heard a real explosion up close...or lived in a war zone. That was until last Thursday, July 13, 2006. Bombing was...

Unity in Times Good and Bad

Anxiety Brought us Together Disaster is the parent of opportunity. When the normal and routine are shaken, when calm and confidence are shattered, the...

It Takes Two

They say, “It takes two to fight.” The news media and pacifists seem to revel in that saying, constantly portraying the Middle East crisis as...

Fearing Our Own Strength

Israel is, thank G-d, a strong country, with an exceptional military that combines courage, skills and profound morality. This has been the tragic Israeli...

Will Disengagement Promote Peace?

Many wonder what lies behind Arab rage against Israel. Compared to the millions of Muslims slaughtered by other Muslims in Sudan, Syria, Iraq and other...

Would the Holocaust Have Occurred If Israel Were Around?

Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Weisel was once asked whether the world had learned anything from the Holocaust. Wiesel responded, "Yes - that you can get...

Neighborhood Bully

Well, the neighborhood bully, he's just one man, His enemies say he's on their land. They got him outnumbered about a million to one, He got no place to...

I want to donate to the families of Israeli terrorist victims. Can you direct me?

It's so nice to see that there are people who really care...Go to http://www.chabadisrael.com and then select the "Chabad's terror...

Why will Elijah the Prophet herald the Messiah?

Chassidut explains that Elijah was the exact opposite of Moses: When Moses was born, the Torah tells us that the house became full of light. This is...