Chabad Gets New Staff Member

Chabad Gets New Staff Member

A member of the Chabad of Hebron scene for the past six years, Rabbi Mordechai Hellinger and his wife, Nechama Dina, are the newest additions to the talented staff. No stranger to Chabad’s work here in the City of the Patriarchs, Mordechai has done it all, from student volunteer, Ratz Chabad solider outreach team member, […]

Simchas With Soldiers

Simchas With Soldiers

For years, Chabad of Hebron has been using simchas to connect Jewish families from abroad with local, on-duty soldiers. Many families have visited us to celebrate a Bar or Bat Mitzvah in grand, joyful style. Recently, we added Upshering to the list of events! The Lieberman Family of Crown Heights came to town and made […]

Hebron Bids Duchifat Farewell

Hebron Bids Duchifat Farewell

The Duchifat Brigade said an emotional goodbye to the Hebron community with the conclusion of their six-month tour-of-duty. Filling a local hall to capacity, the celebration and send-off featured recognition of Chabad of Hebron’s efforts with the soldiers, who came to be like family during their time here. Be it doing laundry or light repairs […]

Kids Take Back Streets on Lag B’Omer

Kids Take Back Streets on Lag B’Omer

Lag B’Omer was celebrated in Chabad of Hebron style, lighting Hebron up with the joyful celebration of Rebbe Shimon Bar Yochai. The highlight: a massive tahalucha parade of children through the night, bearing torches, Jewish pride posters, smiles, and songs. Starting in Kiryat Arba, the parade transformed the weary streets for a night, into one […]

Goodbye Golani, Welcome Duchifat

Goodbye Golani, Welcome Duchifat

Following an incredible four months of service, good times, closeness, and hundreds of pounds of tasty bbq meat, Hebron bid farewell to the Golani unit as their tour of duty came to an end. The Chabad of Hebron Ratz Unit took a special liking to the unit, inspiring the soldiers to tons of learning, observance, […]

Rabbi Moshe Levinger (OBM), Modern-Day Hebron Founder

Rabbi Moshe Levinger (OBM), Modern-Day Hebron Founder

Chabad of Hebron joins the Jewish world in mourning the passing of Rabbi Moshe Levinger, founder of the modern-day Jewish community in Hebron. Levinger, who was just a week shy of his 80th birthday, was laid to rest in Hebron. Following the 6 Days War in 1967, Rabbi Levinger worked tirelessly on behalf of the […]

Massive Seder Coming to Hebron

Massive Seder Coming to Hebron

After some recent meetings, it has been settled that Chabad of Hebron will conduct a massive, collective Pesach Seder for all local Border Police and IDF Units serving in Hebron. Expected to serve 300 brave men and women in service, the festivities will be hosted in the Gutnik Chabad Welcome Center at Me’arat HaMachpela, which […]

Breaking News: Double Miracle in Hebron

Breaking News: Double Miracle in Hebron

Terrorists recently attempted an unprecedented coordinated detonation of two explosive devices near a Chabad of Hebron facility, according to an indictment presented by the IDF Prosecutor’s Office. After the pair of terrorists, Hebron residents, threw a pipe bomb at an IDF patrol near the Chabad cemetery, additional units responding to the incident discovered a second, […]

googleb1cb8ef4f28cd831.html