A certain Lubavitcher
Roy [rabbi] was chiding a certain Lubavitcher
Chasid about his continuing faith in the Rebbe as Melech ha-Moshiach [the King Messiah].
Of the Jewish congregations, twenty-one were Orthodox, three Traditional, four Conservative, one Reform, and one Lubavitcher
But the most interesting examples of the valuing of women's work are communities that enforce very traditional roles for women -- the Hutterites, the Mormons and the Lubavitcher
Elemented, too, by the peoples of Brooklyn's Crown Heights where months ago first and second generation Islanders were fighting in the streets with the Lubavitcher
Hasidim over the death of a black child run over by a car in the Grand Rebbe's entourage.
By the end of the weekend fliers with a picture of Mayor David Dinkins and the caption "WANTED FOR THE MURDER OF YANKEL ROSENBAUM" carpeted the streets outside the Lubavitcher
World Headquarters on Eastern Parkway--groups including the Anti-Defamation League later condemned the flier as racist.
And above it all, looking down at me like a bemused elder on an errant boy, is a large black-and-white photograph of the late Lubavitcher
Natan took the issue to the late Rabbinical leader, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, AKA the Lubavitcher
The late Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, stated many times he believes that we are the generation of Mashiach.
Rebbe corresponded with him, encouraging him to explain to modern Jews even more vigorously that science does not negate the Torah (Domb 2008).
From the 1950s until his death in 1994, Menachem Mendel Schneerson--revered by his followers worldwide simply as the Rebbe--built the Lubavitcher
movement from a relatively small sect within Hasidic Judaism into the powerful force in Jewish life that it is today.
Casting a broad net and a sharp eye, Shandler's account opens with an analysis of how sound recordings of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries transformed liturgy into repertoire and would-be daveners (worshippers) into an audience, and concludes with a look at how Lubavitcher
Hasidim at the dawn of this century presciently made use of the internet to nurture a global, if virtual, sense of community in the wake of its rebbe's death.
Hanukkah parades were begun by the late Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, world leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement of Orthodox Judaism.