Sapir ensured that any “wedding crashers” would be accommodated at his hall and “show how united” Israel is at this trying time.
Not everyone can afford a picture-perfect wedding, but Colel Chabad strives to make wedding dreams come true
Even Hamas rockets cannot stop a Jewish wedding.
In the wake of Tu B’Av, the holiday celebrating love and marriage, Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics issued data regarding marriages in 2016 showing trends.
Three prominent Orthodox rabbinic organizations came out with official statements supporting the recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of Masterpiece Cakeshop, a Christian baker in Colorado who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
A young couple performed the Jewish rites of marriage on the Temple Mount, the holiest site to the Jews, despite being watched by Waqf guards who actively prevent Jews from praying on the site.
The Beer Sheva District Attorney filed indictments Thursday against four individuals from southern Israel and the Gaza Strip on suspicion that they were planning a mass-casualty terror attack at a wedding hall.
As the number of terror attacks against Israelis across the country continues to climb, it is very difficult to find a ray of light amidst the pain that many feel as a result of these attacks. Karmey Chesed is working to change that.
“Give Justice to the Weak and Fatherless”: Colel Chabad Fulfills Biblical Commandment by Helping Orphans Marry
In what has become one of their most uplifting projects, Colel Chabad has been running a program helping orphans finance weddings for the past 15 years.
Come to an Israeli wedding and hear the most amazing Hebrew song. The chorus lyrics are “King, the King of all Kings – Thank you for life, for happiness, for tears and laughter. Even when it’s hard sometimes, even then, you are my God. You are never far.”