When Mushkie Kesselman was growing up, the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—was a big part of her life, despite the fact that the 22-year-old was just a toddler when he passed away in the summer of 1994.
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After shuttering its website in back in February, followed by a successful crowd-funding campaign of over $150,000 in July, Jewish Community Watch has made good on its promise and launched a new and improved website dedicated to combating child abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community. Included in the new site is the organization’s controversial ‘Wall of Shame,’ bearing the names of 93 alleged child abusers, along with over 150 pages of educational material.
A teenager was arrested and charged with beating a cancer-stricken Chasidic Jewish man while hurling anti-Semitic insults at him in a Brooklyn subway station.
As day two of the International Kinus Hashluchim begins, downstairs 770 and the Rebbe’s room once again filled with Shluchim studying Chassidus b’chavrusa, Davening Shachris and Bentching Gomel.
Shlomo Elharar (Montreal, Canada) and Chayie Groner (Melbourne, Australia)
Yitzhok and Adina Mushinsky (Crown Heights)
Lipa Lieberman, a Lubavitcher real estate broker, has just recently closed a deal on behalf of a buyer for a portfolio of Brooklyn and Queens properties worth $236 Million.
Avi (Avromi) Zuber (Boston/Israel) and Raizy (bas Yaakov) Horowitz (Crown Heights)
Shaya Bernstein (Toronto, Canada) and Brochy Marasow (Montreal, Canada)
On Monday, the 2nd of Kislev, 5775 (November 24th), the completion of a Sefer Torah will take place in memory of Reb Noach Bogatin, OBM.
In light of the recent terror attacks in Israel and the Kinus Hashluchim, which is taking place in Crown Heights, the NYPD has stepped up security around the convention and neighborhood Shuls.
Nathan Hoffman (Phoenix, AZ) and Yehudis Silverman (Pittsburgh, PA)
A sweeping trend taking place in Jewish communities around the world has come to Crown Heights, and in a grand style. Hundreds of local women took part in the ‘Grand Challah Bake’ in the large ballroom of Oholei Torah on Wedensday night.
Kinus Hashluchim 5775 opened Wednesday afternoon with registration, sessions, meals and a visit to the Rebbes Room. Official Kinus photographer Itzik Roytman presents his first gallery.
A woman pushing a stroller with her infant child was struck by an SUV on Kingston Avenue. Despite being knocked to the ground, the mother and child miraculously did not suffer any serious injuries, boruch hashem.
Mendy and Devorie (nee Diamond) Schapiro (Crown Heights)
Yitzchok Shmuel Shubov (Toronto, Canada) and Shayna Rosenberg (Toronto, Canada)
Schneur Zalmen and Faige Raskin (Canberra, Australia)
Registration for Kinus Hashluchim 5775 opened today, Wednesday at 1:00pm. Shluchim arriving in Crown Heights stopped by the JCM to register and pickup their Kinus ID badges.
Shouts of “Mazel Tov” followed the ribbon cutting on a new, fully functioning kosher kitchen Wednesday at the Heritage School, a residential treatment center for teens just off University Avenue near the mouth of Provo Canyon in Utah.
In the hours following the barbaric murder of four Jews and a Druz police officer in Jerusalem on Tuesday morning, Mendel Gourarie and Levi Treitel were shaken, like so many others around the world. Working at JEM, they discussed the most appropriate response. “On a day like today,” they decided, “everyone’s crying. Let’s hold the strong message for a day or two.”
Hundreds of Shluchim from around the world have already arrived in New York for the annual Kinus Hashluchim, and many made their first stop at the Ohel.