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Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 Rare Photo:The Rebbe Sells His Chometz 
After the histalkus of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka on Chof Bais Shvat, Tismach, the Rebbe stayed in his home, and the selling of the chometz through the Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Yisroel Yitzchok Pikiersaki took place in The Rebbes home ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm
 Video: Peeling Fruits and Vegetables on Pesach 
Many Yidden are stringent about not consuming unpeeled fruits and vegetables on Pescah. Is there a Halachic basis for this custom? Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm, dean of the popular Online Smicha Program, clarifies the issue of peeling produce on Pesach ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz
 Pesach: What Will the Geula Feel Like 
In honor of Passover please enjoy this special video based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.Shliach Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz answers the question: "What will the ultimate redemption feel like ■ more

 

 

    
 
Kein BaKodesh Chazisicho
 Rare Footage: Yud Gimmel Nissan, 5745 

In this video, from Yud Gimmel Nissan, 5745, the niggun "Yemin Hashem" is sung at the farbrengen, in conjunction with the Rebbe Tzemach Tzedek's yom hilulo.  The Rebbe is seen wiping away holy tears ■ more 

    
 
Chag HaPesach 5777
 Special: Michtov Kloli Yud Alef Nissan 5734 
Shturem.org presents the Michtov Kloli of The Rebbe dated Yud Alef Nissan, 5734. The Michtov Kloli is presented in Yiddish, Loshon Kodesh and English ■ more
    
 
Mivtza Pesach 5777
 Berlin: Thousands Receive Pesach Assistance 
This year, in the framework of its annual efforts to provide for disadvantaged members of the Jewish community of Berlin, over 1,000 welfare-supported Jewish families received generous food baskets in honor of the upcoming holiday of Pesach. The packages, which were distributed by Head Shliach Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, Rabbi of the Jewish community in Berlin, and by Shaliach Rabbi Shmuel Segal, were filled with a wide assortment of food ■ more
    
 
Merkos Shlichus Pesach 5777
 622 Tmimim Span the Globe for Sedorim 
Photograph: Itzik Roytman

HaTomim Naftali Hertz Pewzner and his chavrusa HaTomim Menachem Sassonkin arrived last weekend in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland and the northernmost capital of the world, to prepare for the public seder they will hosting for the Jewish residents of the city as well as for the Jewish tourists. This chavrusa is one of 310 additional chavrusa's who arrived in hundreds of locations around the world in order to prepare for the public Sedorim, as part of Merkos Shlichus program ■ more

    
 
Got Bitachon?
 A Pesach Gift from Hashem 
The two partners who owned a beer brewery in Dobromysl mistakenly neglected to sell their chometz, and only realized this once Yom Tov had arrived. Trembling, they approached the Rov to get a legal ruling on the situation. After some contemplation of the issue, the Rov ruled that the the entire factory needed to be completely disposed of after Pesach ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Simon Jacobson
 MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 158 
Chassidus Applied to Pesach; How Important are Minhagim? Do Alcoholics Belong at the Seder? Should Spouses Be Impassive to Each Other in Public? What is the Cornerstone of a Jewish Education? Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson tonight, as he clarifies these pertinent issues on MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 158, Special Pesach Edition ■ more
    
 
Chabad of North Dakota
 Great Great Grandson Returns on Shlichus 
Photograph: chabad.org
In 5650, Rabbi Benjamin Papermaster arrived in North Dakota, some 7,000 miles from his home and family, with only a Torah scroll and a few sparse belongings in his possession. He became the first rabbi to the Dakotas.There, he found a group of 15 Jewish settlers and their families who were tenaciously trying to settle the windswept prairie. The local Jews, however, were uninterested in the Eastern European rabbi ■ more
    
 
Yom HaBohir Yud Alef Nissan 5777
 Illinois Salutes The Rebbe, Prepares for Pesach 
In honor of Yud Aleph Nissan the Head Shliach of Illinois, Rabbi Meir Moscowitz, was invited to give the invocation at both the State Senate and the House of Representatives in the Illinois State Capital ■ more
    
 
Yud Gimmel Nissan:
 Yom Hilulo: The Rebbe Tzemach Tzedek 
The third Lubavitcher Rebbe, the Rebbe Tzemach Tzedek , was the son-in-law of the Mitteler Rebbe and the grandson of the Alter Rebbe. His erudition was extraordinary even for a Rebbe, and he introduced a number of new and particularly sublime ideas■Video: Yud Gimmel Nissan, 5745- The Rebbe cries during the niggun "Yemin Hashem" ■ more
    
 
Yagdil Torah Presents:
 New! Kuntres Yud Gimmel Nissan 
The Rebbe encourages us to learn the works of a Rebbe in Nigleh and Chassidus on his Yom Hilula, and to learn (at least one perek) Mishnayos beginning with the letters of his name. Yagdil Torah compiled a publication with Mishnayos and selected pieces of the Tzemach Tzedek's Torah ■ more
    
 
Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 "Beyom Ashtei Osor" "Ana Nasiv Malka" 
Photograph: Screen Shot/ JEM
Maamar Beyom Ashtei Asar Yom - Ana Nasiv Malka 5731 - AUDIO OnlyOne of the most studied of the Rebbe’s Yud Alef Nissan Maamarim may well be the one delivered on the occasion of his sixty-ninth birthday, in 5731, on the words “Beyom Ashtei Osor,” commonly referred to as “Ana Nasiv Malka ■ more
    
 
The Chassidishe Parsha
 Parshas Tzav: ôVeachaltem Achol Vesavoö 
“Veachaltem Achol Vesavoa…” Many of the rituals of our Torah involve eating foods. One of the main commandments involved in the offering of a sacrifice is the eating of the meat by the Kohanim. In this week’s Parshah, Parshas Tzav, the eating of the Korbanos by the Kohanim is dealt with at length and was one of the preparatory stages for the final inauguration of the Mishkan ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Yehoishophot Oliver
 Don't Forget the Nossi! 
During the beginning of the month of Nissan, you will observe signs hanging in Lubavitcher Shuls that read: “Don’t forget the Nossi ■ However, perhaps this exhortation also holds a deeper meaning: “Don’t forget the Nasi!”—the Rebbe, our Nossi and leader ■ to the daily Nossi
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