#1 – Chabad.org
Ranked number one and for good reason. Chabad.org is overflowing with information and media on Judaism and Chabad-Lubavitch. You can easily wind up visiting there on a daily basis.
#2 – Wikipedia.org
Wikipedia has an impressive collection of articles on Chabad. As far as quality goes, they could use a little help. Not all Chabad-related articles are up to par with Wikipedia’s own editorial standards. Usually you will find a note at the top of the article highlighting issues with the article.
If you spot something that doesn’t sit right with you on their site, don’t become alarmed. The site can be edited by anyone, so why not set the record straight.
There’s nothing like getting to know the world of Chabad-Lubavitch than from a true insider perspective. CrownHeights.info & Collive.com are two popular community websites. There’s a big focus on community events and happenings. If there ever is a “public square” where members of the Chabad community talk about how they feel and what they think, it is in the comments section of these two sites.
#4 – Lubavitch.com
Lubavitch.com is the official website of Chabad-Lubavitch. This is where you should be headed to find out the latest news and developments in Chabad around the world. The site is professional, crisp and easy to navigate.
#5 – HebrewBooks.org
Finally, there’s HebrewBooks.org. A site which allows you to browse the contents of over 500 Chabad books. Unfortunately, the site does not appear very user-friendly for the English speaking user. And the majority of the Chabad books on the site are in Hebrew. For those wishing to study Chabad texts online, this is the go-to site.