About Chabad-Lubavitch

Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today.

Overview
"Lubavitch" in Russian means the "city of brotherly love." It conveys the responsibility and love engendered by Chabad toward every single Jew.
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Approach
Chabad-Lubavitch is a vibrant, dynamic force in Jewish life, and its programs touch the lives of millions of people affect Jewish life in every community.
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History - Russia until today
Some have termed outreach kiruv rechokim, drawing close those who are distant. Lubavitch comments: No Jew should be characterized as distant, for, in essence, we are one.
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Lubavitch Today
For more than half a century in the United States, Chabad-Lubavitch has singularly championed Jewish continuity.
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Shluchim - The Emissaries
They are a team. Husband and wife. Shliach and shlucha. They are the emissaries of the Rebbe, the representatives of Lubavitch, the messengers of Chabad.
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The Mitzvah Campaigns
On Wall Street in New York, in London's Picadilly Circus, and in Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Square, Jewish pride and Jewish precepts came out of the closest forever.
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Recent Articles files under Headquarters
Court Confirms Chabad’s Exclusive Rights To Flagship Synagogue At 770 Eastern Parkway
“Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters is gratified by the decision handed down last week by the Civil Court of the City of New York, confirming exclusive rights…
STATEMENT BY CHABAD-LUBAVITCH WORLD HEADQUARTERS
Every day that Jews are barred from entering the synagogue by armed guards is an unforgivable violation of the Jewish people!
Celebrating Radical Change With Chabad-Lubavitch
The banquet dinner, an elaborate, dramatic affair, is in itself no small nod to the challenge of radical transformation:
Hi Resolution: Annual Photo Captures Thousands of Faces
For some photographers, thousands of rabbis standing around the red ‘no standing’ sign outside Lubavitch World Headquarters are a dream; for others, a nightmare.
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