'I Remember How it is to be an Orphaned Child'Holocaust survivor and Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Lau, together with Rabbi Lior, visits parents of Rabbi Henkin to comfort Henkin family.
Rabbi Lau: If We Take First Step, God Will do RestHours before holiest day of the year, Arutz Sheva speaks with Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau on celebrating Yom Kippur to fullest.
New Scrolls for 90-Year-Old Tel Aviv SynagogueTel Aviv's Great Synagogue celebrates its 90th birthday with the introduction of four new Torah scrolls.
Rabbi Lau: Sharon 'Feared Civil War'Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau revealed Tuesday that he had met with then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon a month before the Disengagement.
Watch: A Conversation with Former Chief RabbiRabbi Yisrael Meir Lau gives tips to rabbis at Barkai Center prize ceremony.
Putin: 'I support the struggle of Israel'Warm meeting between delegation of rabbis, led by Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef, and Russian leader.
Hundreds in Tel Aviv Pray for Kidnapped StudentsApproximately 700 people gather at the Rabin Square for a prayer vigil for the safe return of the three abducted students.
Rabbi Lau: 'Judaism is the Answer to Nazism'Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, at March of the Living, notes that the Jewish people have a long memory - and that the future lies in its heritage.
'We Learned Nothing From the Holocaust'Rabbi Yisrael Lau, child survivor turned Israeli chief rabbi, says all Jews are 'survivors', laments Jewish youth going to live in Berlin.
Rabbi Lau Fights Sabbath Store-OpeningTel Aviv’s renowned rabbi says Sabbath sales bad for workers, families, Jewish unity, and the economy.
Rabbi Lau: My Son's Victory - Message to the NazisFormer Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau reacts to his son’s election.
Rabbi Lau: Today We Have a HomeRabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, who survived Buchenwald, in a powerful message to March of the Living participants.
Rabbi Lau on Holocaust Day: Focus on LifeRabbi Lau calls to learn about how Jews died, but more importantly, about how they lived.
Puah Institute Holds 13th ConferenceThis time there was no boycott or ruckus over "women's inclusion."
Former Israel Chief Rabbi Marks 1942 Nazi MassacreFormer Israel Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau joined Rostov's Chabad-Lubavitch emissary in marking the 70th anniversary of a tragic massacre.
Rabbi Lau: Hate Slogans a ’Desecration of HaShem’The anti-Zionist hate graffiti scrawled at Yad VaShem is a “defamation of the name of G-d,” says survivor Rabbi Lau.
Rabbi Lau at Migron Brit MilaFormer Chief Rabbi Lau officiated at the brit mila of his grand-nephew at Migron, a week before the Knesset discusses legalizing the town.
Knesset Committee Passes Nazi Symbol BillA Knesset committee has passed a bill to fine perpetrators NIS 100,000 if they use as a slur any Holocaust symbol or calls anyone a "Nazi."
Rabbi Lau: Shouts of 'Nazi!' Cause Me NightmaresRabbi Yisrael Meir Lau tells Ma'ariv he was shocked to see a photo of a Jewish boy wearing a yellow star in last week's hareidi protest.
Peres: We Cannot GeneralizePresident Shimon Peres: Condemn those who exclude women, but don't generalize to include those who don't.
Rabbi Lau: First of All, Peace Among UsRabbi Yisrael Meir Lau in a greeting for Rosh Hashanah: Before we make peace with our neighbors we need to make peace among ourselves.