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MUST WATCH!
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All I can say is WOW!!! I bought this challah cover to give to my friend who is getting married and it is absolutely stunning. We changed the color silk to gold and changed the lace to a gold trim. We then as Esther put it, “United“ the bride and groom’s Hebrew names with a heart for a loving touch. It looks sooo expensive and special. I am really excited to give it to my friend. I don’t even think this picture does it justice but all in all this was an amazing experience and I can’t thank Esther enough!!

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Beautiful matzo cover, made Pesach extra special during a challenging time for everyone. Cover arrived right before Pesach too, which in itself was a miracle considering many delays with COVID-19. We hope to have this cover in our family for many more Pesachs! Would buy again from this seller in the future. Item matched description and detailed exquisitely.

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Thank you so much for the wonderful challa cover. Was a very big surprise for the family. Truly unique and one of a kind. Especially love the kohen hands. Great service and fast delivery even during Corona mayhem.

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Very beautiful BH. We ordered a beautiful challah, matzoh and wine bottle cover about this time last year from your beloved wife.. we get very nice compliments all the time 🙏❤🙏

Http://www.ArtFromTzfat.etsy.com
There is a call-out for everyone of every persuasion to join in a day of prayer on Monday, 21 December around 6 am or noon or whatever time works for you to pray for an end to the pandemic. It's very informal. Just stop and take a moment to pray for the health of the country and the world.
In bringing the week of Yom HaShoah to an end today (the commemoration of the Holocaust) and looking to Israel’s Memorial Day tomorrow, I wanted to share an incredible story I have studied for 25 years, and published a book about in 2016, called: “The Rabbi Saved by Hi**er’s Soldiers: Rebbe Joseph Isaac Schneersohn and His Astonishing Rescue.” I started the study under former head of Jewish Studies at Yale University, Paula Hyman, back in 1994 and still cannot believe it. In 1939, one of the most prominent rabbis in the world, Rebbe Schneersohn, was stuck in Warsaw under the N***s (a Rebbe, unlike a rabbi, is like a “Jewish Pope”). Through an incredible network in the U.S., people like Senator Robert Wagner, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, FDR’s “Braintrust” lawyer Benjamin Cohen and Foreign Affairs officer Robert T. Pell in the State Department actually pushed people like the Secretary of State Cordell Hull and FDR to act on a request to save the Lubavitcher Rebbe from being killed by Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler’s SS. So, the U.S. State Department and White House actually contacted Reichsmarshall Herman Göring’s chief of his organization “The Four-Year-Plan,” Helmuth Wohlthat, and the head of the German Military Secret Service (the Abwehr), Admiral Wilhelm Canaris. They both agreed to help!!!! Both men wanted to keep the U.S. out of the war and also wanted to gain some good will in Washington D.C. Wohlthat turned the operation over to Canaris, and then the admiral picked his trusted officer and head of his organization’s Department for Economic Espionage, then Major Ernst Bloch, to conduct the mission. Bloch, strangely, was a “half-Jew” and had been “aryanized” by Hi**er to remain in the army (this whole chapter of how such a thing happened is documented in my book “Hi**er’s Jewish Soldiers”). Bloch then went to Warsaw with a group of Wehrmacht soldiers and, not only convinced the Rebbe he was there to rescue him (hard to do when bedecked with a uniform covered in Iron Crosses and Swastikas), but also, Bloch actually succeeded in getting Rebbe Schneersohn to America!! Now the largest Hasidic Community in the world (Chabad) is based out of Crown Heights (a section of Brooklyn), New York. The next year, Chabad and the Rebbe were able to rescue his son-in-law Menachem Mendel Schneerson from Vichy France and bring him to New York in 1941 (he would become the seventh Lubavitcher Rebbe). I wanted to share this story to inspire others. Think about it. If an anti-Jewish and anti-immigrant oriented U.S. government of that time could work with the N**i government and military to rescue one of the most Orthodox and fundamentalist Jewish leaders in the world using a “half-Jewish” N**i officer, then a question that could be asked of many of us is: “What can we not accomplish today for the betterment of mankind if we decided to put away our petty differences of politics and religion and perform actions that help our fellow man?” One person can make a difference. Tikkun Olam—let’s try to make the world a little better today than it was yesterday.
If you want to know more about the rescue of Rebbe Schneersohn, please see:
Foreign investors from Israel looking for a part time project manager for SH flip in DFW.

Responsibilities:
✔️ Responsible for the property and due diligence; help finding the project team by setting up meetings that include the architect / designer, professionals ,inspector and any necessary suppliers and creating a schedule and budget.
✔️ Buying products and reduce costs.
✔️ Monitor the permitting and inspection process.
✔️ Develop a punch list of all items that must be completed by the contractors prior to receive final payment.
✔️ Ensure the successful completion of the project is on time and within budget.
✔️ Update on renovation progress (2-3 times a week) including sending photos and videos.
✔️Availability.

Email - [email protected]
hello, we are looking for an apartment for a married couple in north dallas close to synagogue, please send me a message if you know of a good apartment, thank you
Is there a Chanukah with the Mavs event this year?

A Home away from Home for every Jew, no matter background or affiliation! Chabad of Dallas is dedicated to providing an open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish values and identity to all people, regardless of background, philosophy or level of commitment.

Operating as usual

05/03/2021
05/03/2021

CALLING ALL JR. MINYAN GOERS:
Join Rabbi Mendy and learn the secrets of his delicious cholent (if you're lucky)

04/28/2021

Our flagpole is up! We are ready for Camp Gan Israel Dallas!

Www.chabadofdallas.com/camp

Our flagpole is up! We are ready for Camp Gan Israel Dallas!

Www.chabadofdallas.com/camp

04/28/2021

Rain or shine, we'll see you tomorrow!

Rain or shine, we'll see you tomorrow!

04/27/2021

I don't know about you, but I am sure am missing that music.

T-2 days until our annual Lag Baomer celebration, this year in person (with social distancing).

head on over to www.chabadofdallas.com/bbq to RSVP

I don't know about you, but I am sure am missing that music.

T-2 days until our annual Lag Baomer celebration, this year in person (with social distancing).

head on over to www.chabadofdallas.com/bbq to RSVP

Timeline Photos 04/26/2021

Today is Pesach Sheini!
Grab your matzah and remember, it is NEVER too late.

Today is the 14th of Iyar ✨ Omer Day 29 | Tonight count 30.

"The message of Pesach Sheni (lit. “the second Passover”) is that “it’s never too late; one can always correct and make amends” — even one who was impure or was on a distant path.

Indeed, even if he brought himself to such a state willingly, he can nevertheless correct it."

The second Passover is an opportunity given to certain persons who were unable to offer the Passover sacrifice to do so one month later; celebrated as a minor Passover, on Iyar 14.

📖 Follow the link in our @JewishDailyWisdom account to learn why the fact that the first Pesach comes in the month of Nissan and the second in the month of Iyar is significant.

04/22/2021

We loooove this reaction for our new Jewish Birthday Club initiative. Happy birthday Shane!

Is your child's birthday coming up? Register them at www.chabadofdallas.com/jewishbirthdayclub

Adriana Meyerovitz

04/09/2021

Wishing you all a calm, relaxing, and rejuvenating Shabbat.

Wishing you all a calm, relaxing, and rejuvenating Shabbat.

04/08/2021

Voices of the past Rabbi Lau

04/06/2021

Looking for some midweek inspiration?

Ladies! Join Manya and delve deep into the Parsha and learn how to take G!d into the minute details of our lives.

Looking for some midweek inspiration?

Ladies! Join Manya and delve deep into the Parsha and learn how to take G!d into the minute details of our lives.

04/06/2021

As we wipe away our last crumbs of Matzah, we cannot help but anticipate one of our favorite days, LAG BAOMER!

Watch this space for exciting details.

As we wipe away our last crumbs of Matzah, we cannot help but anticipate one of our favorite days, LAG BAOMER!

Watch this space for exciting details.

04/06/2021

Does your child have a birthday coming up?
Register today for your very own Jewish Birthday Celebration in a box!

www.chabadofdallas.com/birthdayclub

Does your child have a birthday coming up?
Register today for your very own Jewish Birthday Celebration in a box!

www.chabadofdallas.com/birthdayclub

04/02/2021
04/02/2021

Deep in the heart of Texas, an evening of talmudic analysis and budding erudition played out on Chabad of Dallas’ stage.

On Thursday night, close to fifty Chabad rabbis, residents, and guests gathered to learn from a line-up of local talent. Shmully Block, Yosef Drizin, Mendel Goldshmidt, Nosson Horowitz, Meir and Menachem Lewin — all products of local Dallas day schools who are now studying in Chabad yeshivas in New Haven, New York, and Monsey — stimulated the crowd with an hour-long “Kinnus Torah,” a series of lectures on topical items related to Passover. In classic talmudic style, they challenged, reconciled, and explained dozens of commentaries from across the millennia of Jewish scholarship.

The “Kinnus Torah” was instituted by the Lubavitcher Rebbe of blessed memory, who encouraged young students to share their studies with the wider community during the holiday break.

Thursday’s gathering was the first of its kind in Dallas. Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky, senior rabbi of Chabad in DFW, hopes it is the beginning of a new tradition, one that attracts students of other local Dallas communities to share their insights as well.

In the meantime, this year’s “Kinnus Torah” gave a healthy dose of nachas to the DFW Chabad community, and the always welcome relief that tuition dollars are being well-spent.

Deep in the heart of Texas, an evening of talmudic analysis and budding erudition played out on Chabad of Dallas’ stage.

On Thursday night, close to fifty Chabad rabbis, residents, and guests gathered to learn from a line-up of local talent. Shmully Block, Yosef Drizin, Mendel Goldshmidt, Nosson Horowitz, Meir and Menachem Lewin — all products of local Dallas day schools who are now studying in Chabad yeshivas in New Haven, New York, and Monsey — stimulated the crowd with an hour-long “Kinnus Torah,” a series of lectures on topical items related to Passover. In classic talmudic style, they challenged, reconciled, and explained dozens of commentaries from across the millennia of Jewish scholarship.

The “Kinnus Torah” was instituted by the Lubavitcher Rebbe of blessed memory, who encouraged young students to share their studies with the wider community during the holiday break.

Thursday’s gathering was the first of its kind in Dallas. Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky, senior rabbi of Chabad in DFW, hopes it is the beginning of a new tradition, one that attracts students of other local Dallas communities to share their insights as well.

In the meantime, this year’s “Kinnus Torah” gave a healthy dose of nachas to the DFW Chabad community, and the always welcome relief that tuition dollars are being well-spent.

03/26/2021

Wishing our dear community a Chag Kosher v’Sameach and Shabbat Shalom. May we all be redeemed and reunited in Jerusalem even before the Seder begins!

For ladies in Dallas, candle lighting is:3/26 Light @ 7:25PM
3/27 Light after 8:21PM
3/28 Light after 8:22PM

Wishing our dear community a Chag Kosher v’Sameach and Shabbat Shalom. May we all be redeemed and reunited in Jerusalem even before the Seder begins!

For ladies in Dallas, candle lighting is:3/26 Light @ 7:25PM
3/27 Light after 8:21PM
3/28 Light after 8:22PM

03/24/2021
03/24/2021

We still have Seder kits left! Call chabad today to bring it home.

We still have Seder kits left! Call chabad today to bring it home.

13 Ways the Lubavitcher Rebbe Changed the World Forever 03/24/2021

13 Ways the Lubavitcher Rebbe Changed the World Forever

Today is the Lubavitcher Rebbes 119th birthday.
The Rebbe leaded with love and kindness, empowering each and every individual to fill the word with light by increasing in acts of goodness and kindness.

Add a mitzvah to your day, a good deed.
Give a gift to our Rebbe, to yourself, and to the world.

13 Ways the Lubavitcher Rebbe Changed the World Forever

Shmurah Matzah, Made in Texas 03/22/2021

Shmurah Matzah, Made in Texas

Texas Proud

Shmurah Matzah, Made in Texas Every morning at 7 a.m. workers stoke the embers burning in the matzah oven from the night before. Slowly, they feed crisp, dry firewood into the growing flames. Two hours later, the oven has reached 1,300 degrees, perfect for baking shmurah matzah.

03/22/2021

Need some help with your Seder?
We’ve got you!

Need some help with your Seder?
We’ve got you!

03/22/2021

Mah Nishtanah Karaoke

At CHS we’ve been busy practicing our Mah Nishtana, are you ready?!

03/17/2021
Photos from Chabad of Dallas's post 03/17/2021

Can you dig it?!
We had a blast at our Pesach Dig and Matzah Bakery this Sunday! Despite the rain, we rolled, dug, and carved our way through Pesach prep DJY style!

03/17/2021

Experience the Seder at home with your very own Seder kit.
Order today from Chabad
Supplies Limited!

Experience the Seder at home with your very own Seder kit.
Order today from Chabad
Supplies Limited!

03/10/2021

We are BEYOND excited to introduce this project to our DJY community!

The Jewish birthday campaign was initiated by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in honor of his wife's Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka's birthday, the 25th of Adar which was yesterday.

IN an address delivered on the 25th of Adar of 1988, and about a month after her passing, the Rebbe initiated the international birthday campaign in her memory, urging people to celebrate their birthdays and utilize the day as a time of introspection and making resolutions involving an increase of good deeds.

Sign up your child today!

We are BEYOND excited to introduce this project to our DJY community!

The Jewish birthday campaign was initiated by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in honor of his wife's Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka's birthday, the 25th of Adar which was yesterday.

IN an address delivered on the 25th of Adar of 1988, and about a month after her passing, the Rebbe initiated the international birthday campaign in her memory, urging people to celebrate their birthdays and utilize the day as a time of introspection and making resolutions involving an increase of good deeds.

Sign up your child today!

03/05/2021

Ending the week grateful for our wonderful community and anticipating the beautiful moments ahead.

This Shabbat, take a moment to breathe and appreciate the holiness that this day brings.

And can we talk about this weather?!

Ending the week grateful for our wonderful community and anticipating the beautiful moments ahead.

This Shabbat, take a moment to breathe and appreciate the holiness that this day brings.

And can we talk about this weather?!

03/03/2021

Hear from our fearless president Michael Winton and dedicated donor Stuart Mishler and give to our fast paced bonus round!

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether
!!

03/03/2021

Didn’t have a chance to give yet?
We got you!

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

Didn’t have a chance to give yet?
We got you!

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

03/03/2021

We’ve done it! Thank you to our generous donors, we COULD NOT DO THIS WITHOUT YOU!

Stuart Mishler
Moshe Golan
Benjamin Blumenthal
Shmuly and Dini Druk
Fernando Smolensky
Hedley and Lynette Rakusin
Adam Sornoff
Gitty Mishulovin
Laizer Labkowsky
Sarah Bukiet
Brett and Roxy Diamond

We are on to the bonus round! If you haven’t given yet, no worries;

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

We’ve done it! Thank you to our generous donors, we COULD NOT DO THIS WITHOUT YOU!

Stuart Mishler
Moshe Golan
Benjamin Blumenthal
Shmuly and Dini Druk
Fernando Smolensky
Hedley and Lynette Rakusin
Adam Sornoff
Gitty Mishulovin
Laizer Labkowsky
Sarah Bukiet
Brett and Roxy Diamond

We are on to the bonus round! If you haven’t given yet, no worries;

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

03/03/2021

We’re at 96%!!!!!

Alexia Blumenthal
Ani Nosnik - Urban Team/ABA
Jonathan Weisblatt
Hilary & Josh Stern
Steven Kaufman
Ilan and Ivy Josset
Dr. Jeff Berkowitz
Deborah Linksman
Myra and Bill Fox
Eddie and Susan Najjar
Raquel Slavin
Ester and Josh Arruoas
Aidy Drizin

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether
For the last 3%!!

03/03/2021

89% there, let’s grow!

Risa Dubrawsky
Rabbi Dr. Murvyn Fried
Murray and Linda Fluxman Johnson
Henry Stock
Afrat Spalding
Boris Olshansky
Summer and Jeffrey Scott Pailet
Carole and Norm Silverman
Robin Fishman
Bryan Lurie
Kamran Adhamy
Nachman Rosenberg
Ayelet Elle Nesher-Haviv and Liran Haviv
Danielle Schapiro Mann
Vered and Moshe Golan
Nancy Luttinger and Michael Luttinger
Stephanie Israelstam
Cindy Brian Eltis
Vivian Block and David Lipsitz
Mark Jacobs
Mina and Mendy Naparstek
Menachem and Chani Zajac

Let’s do this last 11%

Www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

89% there, let’s grow!

Risa Dubrawsky
Rabbi Dr. Murvyn Fried
Murray and Linda Fluxman Johnson
Henry Stock
Afrat Spalding
Boris Olshansky
Summer and Jeffrey Scott Pailet
Carole and Norm Silverman
Robin Fishman
Bryan Lurie
Kamran Adhamy
Nachman Rosenberg
Ayelet Elle Nesher-Haviv and Liran Haviv
Danielle Schapiro Mann
Vered and Moshe Golan
Nancy Luttinger and Michael Luttinger
Stephanie Israelstam
Cindy Brian Eltis
Vivian Block and David Lipsitz
Mark Jacobs
Mina and Mendy Naparstek
Menachem and Chani Zajac

Let’s do this last 11%

Www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

03/03/2021

Boker Tov! While we were sleeping, some magical donors pushed us to 81%!!

WE ARE ALMOST THERE!

Yasher Koach to our overnight heroes!
Zach & Noah Schwartz
Guy Raphael
Abba Chubi Aarons
Eitan Podgaetz
Emily and David Grinstein (miss y’all!)
Ariel Hess
Daniel Frid
Sue Greg Schwartz
Benjamin Mishler
Darryl and Janice Meyerovitz
Reinaldo Kibel
Sharona and Baruch Benoff
Eliram Elgrably (miss you guys too!)
Jodi Alexander Weisblatt

Let’s get to 💯!

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

Boker Tov! While we were sleeping, some magical donors pushed us to 81%!!

WE ARE ALMOST THERE!

Yasher Koach to our overnight heroes!
Zach & Noah Schwartz
Guy Raphael
Abba Chubi Aarons
Eitan Podgaetz
Emily and David Grinstein (miss y’all!)
Ariel Hess
Daniel Frid
Sue Greg Schwartz
Benjamin Mishler
Darryl and Janice Meyerovitz
Reinaldo Kibel
Sharona and Baruch Benoff
Eliram Elgrably (miss you guys too!)
Jodi Alexander Weisblatt

Let’s get to 💯!

www.chabadofdallas.com/strongertogether

03/03/2021

We're halfway there! While our dedicated volunteers may be heading home for the night, the link is still live, and YOU can still give!

BIG TIME BIG TIME BIG TIME THANK YOU to our very generous donors!

Layla Tov, Gutte Nacht and Good Night!

03/03/2021

Woooooooo ooooooh were halfway there!

BIG TIME BIG TIME BIG TIME THANKS to our amazing donors!

Jeremy Braoude
Darren Blank
Reid Stein
Shelley Elisse Fastow
Shane and Melissa Wainman
David and Alexandra Herr
Dani and Adriana Meyerovitz
Yudi and Esther Begun
Tanchum Zeiler
Sean and Gabby Dalfen
Shane Stein
Aaron Kreisler
Duda and Rajel Zejger
Mahra Fox Pailet and Kevin Pailet
Lois Salem
Gavin and Jacqui Dorfman Felder
Leon and Diana Frid
Stuart Mishler
Sarale Dubrawsky
Joy Luque
Madeleine Simon
Grant Herlitz
Levik Naparstek
Bill and Jeri Finkelstein
Yuriy Yakubov
Carlos Ido and Lisa Stern Ido
Zach and Chanie Wachsman Klein
Graeme and Marni Klein Rael
Stan Budd
Daniel Bonner
Isaak Gokh
Rosen and Shiri Honig- Sharvit
Samara, Madison and Tyler Winton
Gloria Winton
David and Sury Sacher
B&C Feldman
Dr. David and Reesa Feinstein
Malka and Dovid Lew
Jay and Kari Ceitlin
Sofia Poliak
Sara and Eldad Jacobson
Chad Albert
Colin and Barbara Kawalsky
David and Chana Kugel
Sharon and Charles Michael’s

Woooooooo ooooooh were halfway there!

BIG TIME BIG TIME BIG TIME THANKS to our amazing donors!

Jeremy Braoude
Darren Blank
Reid Stein
Shelley Elisse Fastow
Shane and Melissa Wainman
David and Alexandra Herr
Dani and Adriana Meyerovitz
Yudi and Esther Begun
Tanchum Zeiler
Sean and Gabby Dalfen
Shane Stein
Aaron Kreisler
Duda and Rajel Zejger
Mahra Fox Pailet and Kevin Pailet
Lois Salem
Gavin and Jacqui Dorfman Felder
Leon and Diana Frid
Stuart Mishler
Sarale Dubrawsky
Joy Luque
Madeleine Simon
Grant Herlitz
Levik Naparstek
Bill and Jeri Finkelstein
Yuriy Yakubov
Carlos Ido and Lisa Stern Ido
Zach and Chanie Wachsman Klein
Graeme and Marni Klein Rael
Stan Budd
Daniel Bonner
Isaak Gokh
Rosen and Shiri Honig- Sharvit
Samara, Madison and Tyler Winton
Gloria Winton
David and Sury Sacher
B&C Feldman
Dr. David and Reesa Feinstein
Malka and Dovid Lew
Jay and Kari Ceitlin
Sofia Poliak
Sara and Eldad Jacobson
Chad Albert
Colin and Barbara Kawalsky
David and Chana Kugel
Sharon and Charles Michael’s

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6710 Levelland Rd
Dallas, TX
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