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Rabbi Nochum Mangel, Chabad of Greater Dayton
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By Rabbi Nochum Mangel, Chabad of Greater Dayton When the young Rabbi Moshe Feller first arrived in St. Paul, Minn. as shliach (representative) of the Chabad movement, he was invited to write an article in the local Jewish newspaper. He felt honored by the opportunity, and wrote an article about

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By Rabbi Nochum Mangel, Director, Chabad of Greater Dayton As we approach this time of year, you may hear people saying that Chanukah is really a minor Jewish holiday. They may be basing their judgment on any one of the following points, alone or in combination: • Chanukah has no

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By Rabbi Nochum Mangel Director, Chabad of Greater Dayton As many in the media have noted, the bruising fight over the Iran deal revealed a deep split among American Jews. For many decades, the overwhelming majority of American Jews were united in their support of Israel, no matter what their politics.

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By Rabbi Nochum Mangel Chabad of Greater Dayton I carry around in my pocket every day dollar bills that I received when I went to see the Lubavitcher Rebbe, may his merit shield us, on my birthday. When I told the Rebbe that it was my birthday, he replied by

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By Rabbi Nochum Mangel, Chabad of Greater Dayton The Torah teaches that at the beginning of Passover, the Israelites should harvest an Omer (a certain amount) of the newly ripened barley and bring it as an offering of thanksgiving to the Temple in Jerusalem. Following that, they were to count

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By Rabbi Nochum Mangel, Chabad of Dayton We have just celebrated Simchat Torah. Synagogues were filled with singing and dancing, parades and happiness, celebrating the gift of Torah. But what do we mean by Torah and why do we celebrate it? We use the word Torah in different ways. Sometimes,

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Hillel class Martha Moody Jacobs Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer At Hillel Academy, it’s 3:30 p.m. on a Thursday. In a classroom, empty desks are arranged in a semicircle. Black judges’ robes are wadded up in a chair. Students, laughing and talking, trample stalks of wheat into the carpet

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Chabad business ethics course Chabad’s Rabbi Nochum Mangel leads a Business Ethics Roundtable   By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Beginning this month, a course designed and taught by Chabad of Greater Dayton Director Rabbi Nochum Mangel will be available for use to more than 4,000 Chabad-Lubavitch institutions around

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Religion May 2010 By Rabbi Nochum Mangel, Chabad of Greater Dayton Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer, May 2010 Rabbi Nochum Mangel Near the end of March, Captain Tejdeep Singh Rattan, a 31-year-old dentist, graduated as an officer at Fort Sam Houston after the U.S. Army made an exemption to

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