Are you connected to Chabad?

Yes. We are “Chabadnicks”—Israeli slang for Lubavitchers. Mobile Mitzvah Centers was conceived by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, father of the modern Chabad movement, and executed by his followers and supporters, as part and parcel of our philosophy of Jewish outreach.

What are your views on the peace process?

Chabad officially stays out of politics except when Jewish lives and the very soil of the Jewish Holy Land are at immediate stake, as is the unfortunately blatant case today. Mobile Mitzvah Centers is of the conservative, common-sense belief of peace through strength, deterrence, and a relentless, punishing military response to terrorism.

We believe that Israel’s enemies must be crushed to the point of offering peace of their own volition, on Israel’s terms, rather than empowering and motivating them by trusting them without a track record of peace and with a track record of hatred, violence and repeatedly broken promises.

We also believe that the government of Israel’s respectful refusal to accede to American, European and international peace-making demands will not only not result in economic and military isolation, but engender the opposite: respect for a firm stance, expressed by continued and expanded support, in woeful contrast to Israel’s contemporary weakness.

How can I make a donation?

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You can make your donation via our online form, over the phone, or by mailing your check to:

Mobile Mitzvah Centers
820 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11213

Are my donations tax deductible?

Mobile Mitzvah Centers is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and you may calculate any tax deductions accordingly.