Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Av 24, 5774

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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg and Bryan Schwartzman, JE Staff
Several days after hearing that Chabad Lubavitch emissaries Rabbi Gavriel Holtzberg and his wife Rivkah were among the nearly 200 people killed in a string of terrorist attacks last week in Mumbai, Philadelphia-based Lubavitch Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Weber was still in a state of shock. "I cannot believe it," said Weber, reached on his way to New Jersey's Newark International...
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The worldwide Chabad Lubavitch movement must respond to last month's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, by doubling its efforts at Jewish outreach and react to acts of cruelty by spreading acts of kindness, stated Rabbi Abraham Shemtov, who chairs the executive committee of the Agudas Chassidei Chabad, Chabad's umbrella organization. Shemtov, who also oversees Lubavitch activities in the region, delivered...
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For nearly a decade, Philippe Karsenty, a French stockbroker-turned-media critic, has waged a public campaign to get a state-run television channel to admit that footage it aired in 2000 of a 12-year-old Palestinian boy being killed by Israeli soldiers -- imagery that became iconic, was broadcast around the world, and then used as a rallying cry against Israel -- was,...
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For nearly a decade, Philippe Karsenty, a French stockbroker-turned-media critic, has waged a public campaign to get a state-run television channel to admit that footage it aired in 2000 of a 12-year-old Palestinian boy being killed by Israeli soldiers -- imagery that became iconic, was broadcast around the world, and then used as a rallying cry against Israel -- was,...
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For nearly a decade, Philippe Karsenty, a French stockbroker-turned-media critic, has waged a public campaign to get a state-run television channel to admit that footage it aired in 2000 of a 12-year-old Palestinian boy being killed by Israeli soldiers -- imagery that became iconic, was broadcast around the world, and then used as a rallying cry against Israel -- was,...
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