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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

It's time to share

Sharing the content on Chabad.org with your circle of family and acquaintances has never been simpler. This past week, our programmers added a "Share" button to the top of every article on our site. With the click of the button you will be able to share articles with your friends using eighteen sites, such as Facebook, MySpace, del.icio.us, StumbleUpon and more.

Make your personal page an epicenter of holiness whose rippling waves affect your friends, their friends, the country, the world, and the cosmos...

Monday, August 11, 2008

Download Candle Lighting Times in iCal Format

A new tool has been added to our Candle Lighting section that allows users to download their candle lighting times in iCal format which is compatible with Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook and much more.

Users can download up to a year of Shabbat and Holiday start and end times at a time using this feature and easily upload it to their personal Google Calendar.

You can find this new feature, among our other Candle Lighting gadgets below the candle lighting times result page.

Click here to visit the candle lighting section.

Thursday, August 07, 2008

New Divorce Section

Jewish Divorce

Chabad.org has rolled out a new section devoted to Jewish divorce. Though a painful subject to cover, unfortunately divorces do occur, and this section provides guidance and insight for people undergoing this painful process.

This section covers the basics of the divorce ceremony as well as in-depth study of the various issues involved. It also supplies insight as to the Jewish approach to divorce, and exactly when it is called for.

Also contained in this section is a section of readings and essays on divorce, and a comprehensive article on the tragic agunah issue.

Click here to view the new Divorce section.

Saturday, August 02, 2008

Itche Kadoozy Show Launches the Parsha Challenge

IKS Parshah Challenge
What can a disgruntled seventh grade teacher learn from Moses? What do stickers have to do with the Israelites? How do you get a puppet to draw pictures? Ever asked these questions? You will after you play the Parshah Challenge. So put on your thinking-kippa and get your finger on the buzzer for the Ultimate game of Jewish Knowledge/Puppet antics.

Rabbi Itche Kadoozy and his wacky neighbor Jonathan Weinsteinstein are proud to announce the launch of their brand new interactive weekly game show. Through the simple mis-use of complicated question generating algorithms, Jono has been able to come up with the most absurd questions possible for any given Parshah. Wanna check it out? Click here