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Sandro Rosell
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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Travel

The groom was 60-years-old and the wedding was seven years ago, yet the magic and romance of the moment continues to inspire not only the couple themselves, but the 800 witnesses to that momentous occasion—many of them complete strangers. 

Yaakov and Marsha Motzen were joined in holy matrimony in a ceremony that adhered strictly to the Jewish wedding traditions and kosher laws that they both hold dear. Unlike most religiously observant couples, however, they chose to get married on the open seas. 

“Our ketubah (marriage contract) may be the only one in the world to list under location of the wedding, ‘Between Fort Lauderdale and St. Thomas,’” Marsha says of her cruise ship wedding.

Since the groom is one of the most famous current

Amazing Journeys, a travel company that specializes in group travel, offers their trip to Southern Italy, May 19-30, 2017.

Join us to explore some of Italy's most beautiful cities and impressive history while visiting Sicily, the Amalfi Coast, Mt. Etna, Sorrento, Pompeii, Rome and more in one amazing itinerary!

This journey will take you along the crossroads of civilization in Sicily and on to the spectacular coastlines of Southern Italy. Beginning in Sicily, uncover its Moorish and Norman

The Ottomans built six clock towers in what was then Palestine, marking the silver anniversary of Sultan Abdul Hamid II’s rule of the empire

Before there were wristwatches, and certainly before there were cellphones, centrally located clock towers helped citizens keep track of time. A big bell in the tower (like Big Ben in London) chimed the hour, and a large clock face provided a visual aid.

Nowadays, people don’t depend on clock towers to tell time, of course. But the

Foggy, rugged island on the North Atlantic has no Jewish school or kosher dairy—at least, not yet

I could hear the screech of packing tape being stretched across cardboard boxes and the thud, thud of its ends being slapped down by eager hands. Speaking by phone to Rabbi Chanan Chernitsky at his apartment in Montreal, a mountain of cargo seemed to grow in the background. He and his wife, Tuba, were preparing to send it all to their new home and the home of the world’s newest Chabad House

The presence of Chabad is ‘a breath of fresh air’ for Jewish tourists and residents

The temperature is in the mid-80s right now in New Caledonia. The sun beckons, the sea sparkles, and the Jewish community . . . well, it’s small.

An estimated 250 Jews live in this archipelago in the Southwest Pacific out of a total population of about 268,000. It is the 91st country/territory to have a Chabad center.

Among its newest inhabitants (for now, part-time) are Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries Rabbi