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Simon Jacobson and The Meaningful Life Center

Thousands Empowered by an Evening for the Books

A standing room only crowd – with thousands more online – enjoyed an inspiring and uplifting Evening for the Books with Rabbi Simon Jacobson and singer Eli Marcus.

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Rabbi Simon Jacobson inspires the police at the 71st Precinct with a universal message about Chanukah and the pursuit of liberty and religious freedom.

Chanukah: Lessons Light Teaches Us About Law Enforcement Rabbi Simon Jacobson inspires the police at the 71st Precinct with a universal message about Chanukah and the… Read more >

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Florida Law May Require “Moment of Silence” in Schools

Students in Florida may soon be required to take a “moment of silence” to start off each school day, thanks to the dedicated work of a group of Shluchim.

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No Simple Solution For Hate Crimes, NYPD Chief Says

At a meeting with Jewish activists, New York City’s new police chief Dermot Shea called the uptick in hate crimes “very troubling,” but said that his goal is “to change the DNA, to get to the root causes.”

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Living Chassidus Brings Elul and Tishrei to Life for Women

Living Chassidus’ Systematic Avodah Initiative culminated with an award ceremony for those who completed the program and a farbrengen with the author of 60 Days, Rabbi Simon Jacobson.

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Intown Jewish Academy Bar Mitzvah Gala

Celebrating 13 years of Intown Jewish Academy, students, rabbis and community members enjoyed a Bar Mitzvah Gala Sept. 9.

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Making Sense of Death

This article was originally published on Jewish News Birth is G-d saying you matter.  I learned that from… Read more >

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Melbourne Joins in Unity for Gimmel Tammuz

In a momentous and cohesive display of community Achdus, the Melbourne Chabad and general community gathered for a grand Melave Malka to mark Gimmel Tammuz, with guest speakers Rabbi Laibl Wolf and Rabbi Simon Jacobson.

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Gatherings worldwide mark 25th anniversary of Lubavitcher Rebbe’s passing

All across the globe – from the more than 50,000 visitors expected at his burial place in Queens, NY, to gatherings and study groups in community centers, synagogues, camps and private homes – people from all walks of Jewish life, in communities large and small, are coming together this week and next to mark the 25th anniversary of the passing of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.

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Hungarian Ambassador Visits 770

Hungary’s Ambassador to the United States Dr. Laszlo Szabo visited Lubavitch Headquarters, heard about the Rebbe’s impact and pledge to keep fighting anti-Semitism.

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