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Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 Special: Lag B'Omer Parade 5730 
Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe: The Lag B'Omer Parade of 5730 was a huge success. For the first time in the history of the Parades, floats were introduced, to the delight of the crowds. As the groups marched, passing the Rebbe, they waved to the Rebbe, and he smiled and waved back ■ more
    
 
Lag Ba'Omer 5777
 Nachle: 2,000 Rejoice with Rabbi Shimon 
A huge crowd of 2,000 celebrants - men, women and children - attended a Lag Ba'Omer event in honor of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai. The traditional hadloko was lit by Moro D'asra Rabbi Yitzchok Yehuda Yaroslavsky, and commenced with the recitation of the 12 Pesukim and Maamorei ChaZaL ■ more
    
 
Lag Ba'Omer 5777
 Gala Parade, Hadloko, Upsherenish & Raffle 
Photograph: Shneur Schiff
The children residing in and in proximity of The Rebbe's Kfar paraded in achdus last night in honor of the holy Tanna Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai. After the parade the traditional bonfire was lit ■ more
    
 
Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 Are Colored Eggs a Minhog Lubavitch? 
Photograph: Illustration
Eating tinted eggs was a Jewish custom for Lag B'Omer since the histalkus of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai. When non-Jews adopted the practice for their "yom eidam', many Jews abandoned the minhog ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Simon Jacobson
 MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 162 
How Can I Apply Lag B’Omer to My Life? When is Being “Wild” Appropriate? Does Chassidus Applied Compromise the Integrity of Chassidus? Are Some People Superior to Others? How to ‘Own’ the Place You’re In? Rabbi Simon Jacobson will clarify these issues and much more on the special Lag Ba'Omer edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 162 ■ more
    
 
The Chassidishe Parsha
 Maamar Parshas Emor: "Usfartem Lochem" 
Parshas Emor discusses the Mitzvah of celebrating the festivals. It goes through each one of the festivals, with its unique commands and prohibitions. The festival of Shavuos is proximate to the Holiday of Pesach, falling on the fiftieth day, after 49 days of counting , after the second day of Pesach ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz
 Parshas Emor: Can Everyone Be Helped? 
In his weekly Parsha lesson, Shliach Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz answers the question for Parshas Emor: Can everyone be helped? Rabbi Minkowicz's shiurim are based on the Sichos Kodesh of The Rebbe ■ more 
    
 
Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
 Jewish Man Attacked with Ax, Badly Injured 

A 26-year-old Jewish man was attacked by an ax-wielding neighbor earlier in the day in the Ukrainian city of  Dnepropetrovsk. The young man was badly injured and rushed to the hospital, where he underwent surgery ■ Head Shliach and Chief Rabbi Rabbi Shmuel Kaminezki,  told Chabad.org that the operation was successful, and that the young man’s status remains “serious, but stable ■ more  


    
 
Leb'n Mit Moshiach
 Hashem is With Yidden in Every Golus 
Rebbi Shimon bar Yochai said: Come and see how beloved are the Jewish people before Hashem, in that to every place to which they were exiled the Shechina went with them. They were exiled to Egypt the Shechina was with them... They were exiled to Bavel, the Shechina was with them...and when they will be redeemed in the future the Shechina will be with them. This statement of RaShBY needs to be understood ■ more
    
 
New WhatsApp Series
 Derher Marks Six Day War Anniversary 
With the onset of the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War, a new WhatsApp series by A Chassidisher Derher, gives insight into the Rebbe's unique perspective and instructions regarding these historic events ■ This, and the fascinating events that followed, including the launch of the groundbreaking Mivtza Tefillin, are explored in a brand new WhatsApp series by A Chassidisher Derher ■ more
    
 
Got Bitachon?
 Another Yid First... Literally (1) 

The chessed of R' Bentzion Pil didn't only express itself in the monetary chessed which he performed, but in other ways as well. There was a time when R' Bentzion Shemtov was in the city of Charkov, and he found out that the Russian communist police were looking for him to arrest him for 'counter-revolutionary activities' - practicing Judaism. He immediately began seeking a place of shelter from the police ■ more

    
 
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus
 A Small Bite of Shabbos Delight 
When we count the Omer, and celebrate Lag B'Omer, we are 1- in the process of "shining and refining our Midos - character traits", 2- focusing on the most shining and innermost teachings of the Torah, and 3- shining upon (and educating) the up and coming generation of young boys and girls, so that they in true innocence and purity, follow in the footsteps of Rabbi Akiva and Rabbi Shimon, and lead the world to perfection ■ more
    
 
AD MOSAI? Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Tragic Loss: R' Shlomo Schneerson, OB"M 
With much sadness we report the very untimely passing of R' Shlomo Schneerson, OB"M, of Kfar Chabad, at the age of 55. R' Shlomo is the son of mythological beekeeper R' Moshe OB"M and Uzit Schneerson of Kfar Chabad. The levaye will take place today, Erev Shabbos,at 2:15 PM, leaving from the plaza of Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim in Kfar Chabad ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm
 Video: Parshas Emor and Lag B'Omer 
What are the lessons from Parshas Emor and Lag BaOmer? Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm, dean of the popular Online Smicha Program, enlightened us in his timely weekly video ■ more
    
 
"Soldiers Saved the Entire World"
 CIS Jewish Community Celebrates Victory Day 
Photograph: Levi Nazarov
Hundreds of Jewish communities across Russia commemorated yesterday the country’s victory over Nazi Germany in 5705. Victory Day, celebrated in Russia every year on May 9th, is an important date for the country, whose entire population, including millions of Jews, was affected by World War II and its aftermath ■ Rabbi Lazar recited the Kaddish prayer for soldiers, who perished fighting the Nazis ■ more
    
 
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 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: It is exceedingly important that the simchah of Shabbos and Yom Tov be experienced not only at shul and during farbrengens, but also in the home of each and every member of Anash ■ more

    

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