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New immigrant billionaire Roman Abramovich settles into home in Tel Aviv
He became Israel’s wealthiest citizen on Monday, making aliyah upon arrival in his private jet.
Binghamton University to host alternative graduation ceremony for Jewish students
Because of the timing of Shavuot, arrangements have been made to accommodate observant students and their families at separate celebrations and proceedings.
Chabad rabbi’s son combats smartphone threats to children via Herzliya startup
An artificial-intelligence parenting app balances children’s needs for privacy and parents’ need to keep their children safe. It also features a location tracker and has introduced mood analysis on phone calls.
Chabad honors wounded veterans, parades rescued Torah at Cave of Patriarchs
In Hebron, the group paraded a Torah that was saved by a 14-year-old boy from a burning synagogue in Hamburg, Germany, on Kristallnacht.
Chabad heads to Iceland as 3,000 women emissaries celebrate at ‘day of strength for all the Mushkas’
Carin M. Smilk
At a gala banquet Sunday marking the 30th anniversary of her passing and the closing event of the annual conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries (Kinus Hashluchos), it was revealed that a young couple will soon be moving to Reykjavik to open Chabad of Iceland—meaning every major capital in Europe now has a Chabad center.