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  Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson --The American Israel Numismatic Association
The Rebbe, who was born in Nikolaef, Russia, studied at the University of Berlin and at the Sorbonne in Paris.
School children know that the Rebbe remembered their birthdays, and expectant mothers carry his picture with them to the hospital, to assure the welfare of their newborns and of themselves.
The Rebbe was involved in the first flight of children on an almost hourly basis.
amerisrael.com /article_rebbe.html   (1069 words)

  Rachmastrivka (Hasidic dynasty) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rebbe Duvid Twersky of Zlatypoly - son of the Rebbe Yochanan Twersky of Rachmastrivka.
Rebbe Mordchai Yoseph of Zlatypoly - son of the Rebbe Duvid Twersky of Zlatypoly.
Rebbe Tzvi Aryeh of Zlatypoly - son of the Rebbe Mordchai Yoseph of Zlatypoly.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rachmastrivka_(Hasidic_dynasty)   (371 words)

 Kalov (Hasidic dynasty) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Rebbe from New York is the Kalover Rebbe, כ"ק אדמו"ר מקאלוב.
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Taub is the Kaliver Rebbe in Israel, the son of the Razla Rebbe, and son in law of Grand Rabbi Pinchos Shapiro, the Kechneye Rebbe, scion of the Nadvorna Dynasty.
The Rebbe has gone around the last 60 years since the war to millions of Jews with his story and the saying of Shema Yisrael.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kalov_(Hasidic_dynasty)   (511 words)

 Arutz Sheva - Israel National News
The Rebbe viewed Saddam - a person who chopped off the ears and noses of dissidents, tortured children in front of their parents, gassed thousands to death and craved the death of Israel - as a truly evil person.
As the address continued, the Rebbe went on to discuss the tremendous significance of the fact that the center of the fighting took place in southern Iraq, in the city of Basra.
The Rebbe, apparently comparing Saddam to Pharaoh, was speaking of the courage required to confront the tyrant of Iraq face-to-face and subdue him.
www.israelnn.com /article.php3?id=2131   (1953 words)

Rebbe Nachman was born in 1772 in the Ukrainian town of Medzeboz.
Instead of appointing a new Rebbe, they continued to turn to Rebbe Nachman's teachings for inspiration and guidance and still looked on him as `the Rebbe.' The Breslover Chassidim have done so ever since, studying his writings and endeavoring to follow his teachings in their day-to-day lives.
Rebbe Nachman's own closest disciples, themselves outstanding Tzaddikim and scholars, handed his teachings on to their own pupils, thus establishing the continuity of the movement.
www.breslov.org /rebbenachman.html   (388 words)

 Rabbi Sim Glaser   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Israel then rises out of the ashes of destruction, but the tragic story ends with a celebration of commitment to laws that are supposed to guide us in our search for… yes, you got it… peace!
With all the hoopla surrounding Iraq, and plenty of press on Israel and the Palestinians, little notice has been paid to the almost 4 million Congolese innocents who have been butchered or starved to death in a relentless civil war in that part of the world over the last three and a half years.
Israel could once and for all get out of the business of protecting its borders and not only redeem Jewish captives from Russia and Ethiopia and Sudan, but begin the greater assignment of repairing the injustices of all the oppressed everywhere.
www.templeisrael.com /glaser06.html   (1704 words)

 Index of the Rebbes Talks Concerning Shleimus HaAretz
Compromise on Jerusalem, Hebron, and the Golan Heights is a humiliation to Israel.
Though the security situation in the Land of Israel is an open miracle from G-d, we require the opinion of a military authority within the framework of nature.
Israel behaved in a manner of "Ufaratzta" and ceded land "in the west, east, north, and south." America needed to make peace, even without territoral compromise on Israel’s part.
www.truepeace.org /thecry/talks_index.htm   (5620 words)

 Zionism & Israel News
Israel is not good at building big companies, he explained, but it is very good at producing people who say, "Wouldn't it be great if you could do this...," then create a start-up to do it — which is later bought out and expanded by an Intel, Microsoft or Google.
In the face of Iran's race to obtain nuclear weapons and predictions that war with Syria is on the horizon, Israel strengthened its foothold in space pre-dawn Monday and successfully launched a spy satellite, which defense officials said granted the IDF unprecedented operational capabilities.
Sheetrit told Israel Radio that he is prepared for Syrian sovereignty over the Golan Heights, but only in an arrangement whereby Syria leases the Golan to Israel for a period of 25 years.
zionism-israel.com /israel_news   (13415 words)

 Jewish and Israel News from New York - The Jewish Week   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
And though he was identified with a movement as old world as chasidism, in the rebbe’s later years he was one of the first to utilize such 21st century technology as the Internet, with www.Chabad.org attracting 50,000 visitors a day (500,000 before holidays), and satellite television transmissions and international link-ups broadcasting major Chabad events.
The rebbe is seen in his full rainbow of activity — counseling a new convert and giving instructions for that convert’s welcome into his new community; advising politicians; waving his arm like a cowboy wielding a lasso when leading wild singing at a fabrengen, his famous gatherings of Torah learning, vodka and chasidic camaraderie.
The rebbe, accompanied by his closest aide, Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky (now one of the administrators of international Chabad), used to come to the Ohel tomb several times a week when only his father-in-law, the previous rebbe, was interred there.
www.thejewishweek.com /news/newscontent.php3?artid=9558   (1956 words)

 From the Orchards of Jerusalem
Being the leader of his generation, and understanding the relationship between Israel and her leaders, his suffering allowed it to be that for the entire 13 years not a single woman in all Israel died in childbirth nor did a single pregnancy miscarry.
Rebbe said to it, "For this you were created." Rebbe wasn’t being callous with the animal.
If Rebbe was but an ember of the flame of Yaakov, and if Rebbe, as we saw in the Gemorah Kesuvos, was obligate in mitsvos even after he died, how much more so on top of how much more so was Yaakov Aveinu obligated in mitsvos after he died.
www.shemayisrael.co.il /parsha/orchards/archives/vayichi61.htm   (2071 words)

 Jewish and Israel News from New York - The Jewish Week   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Rabbi Benzion Halberstam’s rapid acclamation, despite the opposition of a group of dissident Bobovers who favor one of Rebbe Naftuli’s sons-in-law as spiritual leader of one of the major chasidic groups, reflects the tradition of determining a rebbe’s successor that prevails in most chasidic sects.
The successor usually is one of the previous rebbe’s sons, a close relative or a philosophical protege.
Rebbe Shlomo, in his early 20s after the Holocaust, immigrated to the United States after the war with a young Naftuli.
www.thejewishweek.com /news/newscontent.php3?artid=10690&print=yes   (909 words)

 Lazer Beams: Does Halacha require a person to move to Israel?
He adds that one must make painstaking effort to fulfill all of Hashem's commandments in the Land of Israel, and strive to be much more observant and G-d-fearing than he or she was while living outside of the Land of Israel, because Israel is the King's palace.
If this is the case, then the Land of Israel itself will protect a person from sinning; even if a person has a mishap and does sin accidentally, the sanctity of the land will help the person atone and cleanse his or her soul.
Rebbe Nachman of Breslev said, "My place is only in Israel." He instructed his disciples to pray, yearn, and try their very best to merit settling in the Land of Israel, saying that they who dwell in Israel bring a victory for Holiness (Seder Hayom, clause 27).
lazerbrody.typepad.com /lazer_beams/2005/08/does_halacha_re.html   (1404 words)

 770 Live
in October 1990, the Rebbe went on to explain that the Midrashic words "the leader of Persia" may be understood as "the leader of Iraq," since ancient Persia included the territory of present-day Iraq.
Each and every one of us, the Rebbe suggested, should be teaching himself and the surrounding world about a higher way of living -- a life of ethics, honesty, goodness and peace.
That night, I received a telephone call from one of the Rebbe's secretaries, Rabbi Laibel Groner, who instructed me, in the name of the Rebbe, not to publish the segment of the talk that dealt with the U.S. war against Iraq.
www.770live.com /en770/gulfwar.asp   (1876 words)

 Through the Eyes of a Woman: Re'eh: Living in Eretz Yisrael
The Rebbe is not saying that people should not come to Israel; the Rebbe is simply clarifying certain issues regarding coming to Israel.
Israel is regarded as the King's palace, and there are certain rules of conduct in the King's palace which do not necessarily apply in some far-away corner of the kingdom.
The factors by which a person decides to go and live in Israel are often very noble and very spiritual, but may in fact cause them to evade their true responsibility and mission in life.
www.sichosinenglish.org /books/through-the-eyes-of-a-woman/54.htm   (2639 words)

 Orign of Children's Sefer Torah
The Rebbe paid special attention to the sensitivities of young children by directing that they should only be told which parsha contained their letter rather than knowing exactly which letter they had been given.
The Rebbe often mentioned it when people requested blessings on behalf of their children and would emphasize that a letter could be purchased as soon as a child was born.
The Rebbe wrote that he had given her the dollars for those of her children who already had a letter in the Sefer Torah.
jewishmag.co.il /kids/story.htm   (2428 words)

 Arutz Sheva - Israel National News
As the Rebbe's bulletproof van arrived in front of the town's central synagogue, dozens of local residents began making their way to greet the Rebbe, a member of the Council of Torah Sages of Israel and the United States.
The Rebbe addressed the crowd inside the synagogue, speaking of the Jewish People's acquisition of the Land of Israel.
The Bostoner Rebbe and his followers proceeded to the Maoz Yam Hotel which was evacuated last week by the army and currently serves as an army base.
www.israelnationalnews.com /news.php3?id=85211   (365 words)

 Canadian Jewish News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Her own feelings about Israel, she said, were influenced by the late Lubavitcher Rebbe Menachem Schneerson, who cared deeply about the “physical and spiritual well-being of every Jew in Israel” and believed strongly that Jews should make aliyah.
A highlight of the evening was the showing of a video titled The Rebbe and Israel: A Glimpse at the Loving Relationship Between the Rebbe, the People and the Land.
Bloom said Israel can’t lose either way in the November U.S. presidential election, saying Democratic candidate John Kerry supports the same position President George W. Bush does on Israel’s Gaza withdrawal plan and on opposition to Palestinians having the right to return to what is now Israel.
www.cjnews.com /viewarticle.asp?id=3920   (813 words)

 L'Chaim: 936: Ki Savo
So it was that one of his followers, who lived in a nearby village, came to the Alter Rebbe one day with tears in his eyes, and poured out his troubled heart to him.
He told the Rebbe that he had a teenage boy, whom he tried to bring up in the way of the Torah and mitzvos.
He was quickly revived, and in a subdued voice he asked the Rebbe's permission to remain in Liozna, so that he could renew his Torah studies and come back to his family as a Torah-observant Jew.
www.lchaimweekly.org /lchaim/palm   (4156 words)

 The Rabbi Who Scored A Home Run
But the Rebbe's message came back to me twice, at critical times when I was in high school and college.
My cousin wrote a letter to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, pointing out that Avraham is their only child, asking the Rebbe to tell him to come home.
"Israel," the Rebbe said, "is not at all in danger.
www.jewish-holiday.com /homerun.html   (1657 words)

 The Chabad Galleries | 1956
A telegram from the Rebbe, it should be clarified, is an integral part of Chabad-Chassidic life across the globe.
When the month of Nissan ends, a festive farbrengen (Chassidic gathering) is held at the Rebbe's headquarters on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, marking the Rebbe's resumption of his involvement with his thousands of followers across the globe.
The Rebbe speaks for hours, his talks interspersed with bouts of song and l'chaims, often until the wee hours of the morning.
www.chabadnews.us /gallery/Page_0006/0006.htm   (1276 words)

 Internet Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Manhigut Yehudit is a political platform in Israel committed to the Torah of Moshe and the halacha
In 5751/1991 the Lubavitcher Rebbe told the Camera of CNN (when asked what his message for the world is) that - "Moshiach is ready to come now, it is only for our part to do somthing additional in the realm of acts of goodness and kindness...
Shamir is an organiztion originally founded by the Lubavitcher Rebbe - Melech HaMoshiach - himself, to aid the Jews both living in and leaving the former Soviet Union; as well as exploring the convergence of Torah and Science.
home.primus.ca /~aharonbenjamin/links.html   (907 words)

 OU - The world's best known kosher trademark
The OU Webbe Rebbe is a service of the OU, which provides advice and direction in halacha (Jewish law) and other matters of Jewish concern.
The Kashruth Division's Webbe Rebbe staff can provide information about the laws and history of Kashruth, OU Kosher policies and standards, and OU certified products, or investigate "illegal" OU's.
The Webbe Rebbe staff will consult with Rabbis, company representatives, or food technologists to best answer your Kashruth questions.
oukosher.org /index.php/kosher/webbe_rebbe   (176 words)

 The Kabbala of Basra
The Rebbe saw him as a scion of the great anti-Semites of old, professing the legendary brutality and Jew-hatred of Nebuchadnezzar (ancient king of Iraq and Babylonia, arch-hero of Saddam),
"Israel is the safest place in the world." Indeed, despite Iraq launching 39 Scud missiles at Israel, not one death could be contributed directly to those attacks.
The Rebbe expressed a heartfelt prayer "that the American troops succeed in their mission in Basra." This last statement at the time was extremely perplexing.
www.kabbalaonline.org /Society/currentevents/The_Kabbala_of_Basra.asp   (1748 words)

 The Kabbalah of Basra
Thirteen years ago, about a month after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, as the U.S. began building a coalition of nations against Saddam Hussein, one of the foremost religious voices of our generation began quoting an ancient passage of the Midrash, foretelling the events of the day.
A few weeks later, during the holiday of Sukkos (3) in October 1990, the Rebbe went on to explain that the Midrashic words "the leader of Persia" may be understood as "the leader of Iraq," since ancient Persia included the territory of present-day Iraq.
The Rebbe had told his secretary at the time, that "these words will be applicable at a future time (10)."
www.meaningfullife.com /currentevents/gulfwar/The_Kabbalah_of_Basra.php   (1910 words)

 Rossi: Memoirable
The Rebbe spoke in Yiddish, which was almost simultaneously interpreted and piped through speakers hanging from the ceilings.
The Rebbe, at this particular time, focused mostly on children and how they were the future.
He had survived the Holocaust, in which he had lost his entire family, yet there seemed to be no trace of bitterness in his eyes, only a sorrow that bordered on joy and the feeling that he was always remembering and hoping at the same time.
www.rossirant.com /memoirable/archives/000155.html   (4242 words)

 A Suitcase Full of Mitzvahs: Israeli Activist/Author Susan Roth
The Rebbe also blessed her to fulfill "her work," which inspired her to write a best-selling book called Moses in the Twentieth Century.
And for many years, when she was much younger and traveling with her parents all over the world, she also was borne along by the loving, caring troupe of Yiddish actors and actresses, whom she respectfully called aunts and uncles.
When Israel Expo '95 was held in the New York Armory last year, Susan Roth, in addition to her own SJR booth display, sponsored the "770 Lubavitch" booth.
www.moshiach.net /blind/diamonds/d-28.htm   (1980 words)

“Dwelling in Eretz Israel is the equivalent of all the Mitzvot in the Torah” (Sifrei, Parashat Ree)
Settling Eretz Israel is a Mitzvah that encompasses all the Torah, for all those who walk in it four Amot have a portion in the World to Come which is all life.
He writes that Israel's leaders throughout the generations will be held responsible for the fact that we are still in exile, because they should have inspired the Children of Israel to love Eretz Israel.
www.israel613.com /ERETZ2.htm   (10064 words)

 The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Click here to reach "The Daily Sicho" Site, where you can listen to selected excerpts of the Rebbe's Sichos (actual recordings of the Rebbe's talks in the Rebbe's voice in Yiddish) which are relevant to a particular day, e.g., the daily Shiur of Chumash and/or weekly Parshah and/or the special significance of that day.
The Rebbe suggests all Jewish children- "The army of Hashem", to study and memorize them by heart
A stamp that was prepared by Israel but not issued due to the realization that the Rebbe expressed dislike of stamps of pious people
studentorgs.utexas.edu /cjso/Rebbe.html   (604 words)

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