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    Find answers to your deepest questions at private and group Torah classes.
  • Pinat Yehudit Outreach CentersWe offer Passover and holiday celebrations, special events, kosher hospitality and Sephardic History tours throughout Northern Greece, Albania and the Balkans.
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  • Shalom RestaurantHigh Quality Kosher food is available at Shalom Restaurant, Shabbat and weekday

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  • Balkan KosherBalkan Kosher provides certification for locally produced food for use at Chabad events as well as to help the Greek and Balkan economy through opening the door to the international kosher market to them.
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Standing there, looking down from Mount Sinai, Moses had to make a decision. In his hands, he held two tablets, the work of G-d, engraved by G-d with His own words. No objects more precious than these two stone tablets had ever materialized in this universe. Below, he beheld his people in the debauchery of their sin, worshipping a golden calf only forty days after hearing from G-d Himself, “You shall have no other gods.” If Moses would hold onto the tablets, he would have to deliver them, and then, he knew, none of those who had any involvement with the...
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