Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chap. 9, Lecture 1Tanya is a method of enhancing one's spiritual life.
Retreat Helps 260 Orphans and Widows over HanukkahColel Chabad initiative provides entertainment, therapy and much more for 75 families struggling with their loss over the holidays.
Chabad Menorah Honors Sydney Terror VictimsChabad cancelled its annual candle lighting event following Syndey terror attack, decided instead to erect Menorah as tribute to victims.
Mobile Hanukkiyot Bring Holiday to All of IsraelChabad 'mitzvah tanks' to bring holiday cheer nationwide for Hanukkah, ending in Jerusalem.
Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chap. 8, lecture 3Tanya is a recipe for healthy spiritual living.
Parents of Slain Journalist to Light MenorahThe parents of Steven Sotloff, who was beheaded by ISIS terrorists, will light a menorah in his honor at Chabad Center in Miami.
NY Raises Security at Chabad Center, Jewish SitesAfter brutal stabbing at 770 center, politicians vow security and additional means to keep Jews safe from rising anti-Semitism.
NY Stabbing Testimony: 'I'm Killing a Jew!'Chabad hassid eyewitness to stabbing in Brooklyn tells Arutz Sheva all the details of the shocking attack on the Chabad center.
Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chap. 8, Lecture 2Tanya is a recipe for a healthy spiritual life.
Yud-Tet Kislev in JerusalemAn original prayer book, an art exhibition of a Hevron artist and a Knesset Speaker codenamed Baal HaTanya at Yud-Tet Kislev celebrations.
India Marks Six Years Since Mumbai AttacksChabad center completing memorial for all the victims of coordinated massacre in Indian capital, as survivors recall the horror.
Israeli Man Attacked in BerlinIsraeli visiting Berlin, with interest in moving there, was attacked by four assailants speaking 'German with an Arab accent.'
Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chap. 7, lecture 4Tanya is a way to achieve emotional and spiritual health.
Fellowship and Pioneering Spirit at ChabadThousands of rabbis attend mega-event in New York - like one group whose friendship and pioneering spirit spans 5 continents.
Weekly Tanya Lecture: Chap. 7, part 3Tanya is a recipe for healthy spiritual life.
Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chapter 7, Lecture 1The aid to a spiritually healthy life.
Avalanche Survivors Celebrate Simchat TorahKathmandu's Chabad shaliach gives inside look at the enormity of the avalanche disaster for Israeli tourists in Nepal in special interview.
Phone Calls Flood Kathmandu ChabadKathmandu Chabad Rabbi says hysteria is mounting following avalanche; concerned parents desperate for information.
Watch: Thousands in Brooklyn Jewish CelebrationChabad hasidim and Jews worldwide converge in Brooklyn to celebrate Simchat Beit Hashoeva.
Chabad Mitzvah-Cycles: Bringing Sukkot to JewsFrom New York to Denmark and England, Chabad's pedi-cabs are bringing the holidays to Jews - and bringing Jews to the holidays.
Defense Minister Takes a Break for Spiritual BoostAmid the operation in Gaza, Defense Minister took time to write the first letter in a new Torah scroll dedicated to IDF soldiers.
Shleimus Haaretz ShowSecond installment of Chabad podcasts discussing the Lubavitcher Rebbe's legacy for Israel.
Chabad 'Mitzvah Tank' Joins Troops Near GazaChabadnik volunteers provide spiritual and moral support as IDF soldiers poised for Gaza ground assault.
Over 100,000 People at Chabad Rebbe Memorial TentMasses flock to New York for the 20th anniversary of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson's death.
Soldiers Take on Tefillin For The Three TeensLavi Battalion combat soldiers take on the commandment of wearing phylacteries daily for the merit of the souls of Eyal, Naftali and Gilad.
Exclusive Interview with Krakow's New Chief RabbiRabbi Eliezer Gur-Ari, incumbent Chief Rabbi of Krakow, talks to Arutz Sheva on Jewish life - and anti-Semitism - in Poland.
Weekly Tanya Lecture: Chap. 6, Part ITanya is a recipe for a healthy emotional and spiritual life.
Russia Refuses to Return Disputed Chabad ArchiveMoscow court rejects US order to hand over Schneersohn Library, hits back by fining the US for withholding part of the collection.
Rabbi Says No Danger to Jews in ThailandChabad rabbi says despite martial law and terror warnings, Jewish community and visiting Israelis need not fear. 'Not a new situation.'
Weekly Tanya Lecture: Chap. 5, Part IITanya is a way to improve spiritual health. An in depth study of the ancient works of of the Alter Rebbe, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi.
Rabbis: Stay Away from Jewish-Christian GroupThe Binyamin Region Rabbinical Council instructed schools in the region to reject program funding from a Jewish-Christian group of donors
Thai Jewish Community Stresses 'No Need to Panic'Jewish community leaders in Bangkok urge calm after terrorists arrested, stress that security situation is under control.
When It Becomes too Much...A young girl from Australia, deals in a poignant way, with Jewish loss and tragedy. And a memorial for a wonderful teacher that turns into a message for all of us.
World's Biggest Passover Seder in KathmanduChabad Lubavitch seder, which was in danger of being postponed due to Foreign Ministry strike, to be held as scheduled.
In Nepal's Chabad House, Hikers Bring Seder MealsWith no supplies due to a strike, Chabad has turned to visitors coming to Nepal, received hundreds of pounds of matzah.
113 Orphaned Boys to Celebrate Bar MitzvahColel Chabad in Jerusalem will host a mega bar mitzvah celebration for 113 orphaned boys and their families.
Netanyahu Bakes Passover Matzah For First TimePM takes break from diplomacy to visit Chabad factory and bake traditional unleavened bread. Hareidi MK slams 'PR stunt.'
Strike Or No, Chabad's Nepal Seder Will HappenDespite reports that Foreign Ministry strike threatens to cancel world's largest seder, Chabad clarifies it will not be stopped.
World's Largest Seder Threatened by MFA StrikeStrike cancels cargo shipments of kosher-for-passover food to Chabad in Nepal, threatening to foil planned Seder for hundreds of tourists.
How a Rabbi Became a Martial Arts SensationChabad Rabbi and amateur MMA fighter Rabbi Yossi Eilfort seeks to dispel misconceptions about his choice to enter the ring.
Chabad Purim Initiative To Help Jews in UkraineChabad calls for donations to help Ukrainian Jews survive the spike in anti-Semitic violence and threats of war.
NYPD Officer Has Bar Mitzvah 14 Years LaterMark Schwartz of Queens realizes bar mitzvah was something missing in his life, now feels 'proud to be a Jew.'
Return to Music 30 Years After Return to JudaismFrench singer Gilbert Sitbon left a stellar career in its prime to study Torah; he now finds his way back to the studio.
Foreign Ministry: Chabad ‘Service’ is IllegalMinistry rejects Shaked Committee’s plan to count Chabad emissaries toward ‘hareidi service’ goal.
Praise for Chabad Schools' Emphasis on CompassionDeputy Minister: Chabad a model of how to teach giving, compassion, purpose.
Weekly Tanya Lecture: Chap. 3, Part 3A guide for enriching one's spiritual life.
MK Stern: Recognize Chabad as National ServiceAs part of debate over hareidi enlistment, MK suggests Israel recognize Chabad youth who volunteer abroad as doing national service.
Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chap. 1, Part 3Likutei Amarim, end of Chapter 1. Tanya serves as a roadmap for healthy emotional living.
Jewish Center in Brazil Caters to Community PoorChabad opens new center for Ten Yad social services program, to serve over 8,000 poor in one of Brazil's largest cities.
School Accuses Chabad of 'Religious Coercion'Parents protest against Chabad approaching their children to discuss Judaism after school, claiming 'religious coercion'.
Rabbi Brings Message of Unity to Jerusalem StationIconic restored Ottomon-era station may be open on Shabbat - but rather than protest, a local synagogue is spreading some Hanukkah joy.
Weekly Tanya Lesson: Chap. 1, Lesson 2Tanya serves as a roadmap for healthy emotional living. Arutz Sheva posts a weekly lesson in Tanya, Chabad Lubavitch's fundamental text, written by its first Rebbe.
Soldier Honored at Candlelighting for Jewish UnityChabad Terror Victim's Project honors wounded IDF soldier who volunteers at hospitals; part of Hanukkah campaign for Jewish unity.
Publicizing the Miracle of Hanukkah in MoscowRabbi Lazer, Chief Rabbi of Russia, lit first Hanukkah candle Wednesday outside of Red Square, across from the Kremlin.
Chabad NY Shabbaton Attracts Over 1000 StudentsThe Annual Chabad on Campus International Shabbat brought many students to NY to raise Jewish education and leadership.
Thousands of Emissaries Fill Chabad NY EventNearly 4,000 rabbis from around the world gather at Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters in NY for international conference.