Shortly before Shabbos ended, at around 7:00pm, two 20-year-old Israeli bochurim were walking down Montgomery Street towards Albany Avenue, heavily intoxicated and making quite a ruckus. They were confronted by an African-American man, who told them to quiet down, and an altercation between them ensued.
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Secular studies teachers needed for a Lubavitcher elementary boys Yeshiva in the heart of Flatbush.
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Chabad at the Shore held its second annual “Evening of Tribute and Inspiration” on Sunday, August 24th, at the Katz JCC in Margate, NJ.
Pomodori has an opening for a Shomer Shabbos cashier
We are looking for Full Time and Part Time.
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With all recent events happening in Eretz Yisroel, JEM’s Living Torah team decided to put aside their regular programming and release a series of programs presenting some of the Rebbe’s views on key issues confronting the residents and leaders in Eretz Yisroel today, as well as his encouragement to the Jews living there.
Among the elderly at an old-age home in Gothenburg are survivors of Nazism, concentration camp inmates who were transported to Sweden on the White Buses in the spring of 1945 by the Swedish Red Cross. They were from Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia and other German occupied countries, where they remember their childhoods in once lively Jewish communities that had been decimated.
Shmuli and Aidy (nee Katzman) Bendet (Crown Heights)
Sholom Zochor at 680 Montgomery St. [between Kingston and Albany Aves.]
This Shabbos, our hearts and thoughts will turn to remembering Daniel Tregerman, OBM. This innocent four-year-old boy was killed by a mortar shell fired by Hamas at Nahal Oz, near the Gaza strip. At his funeral, his grandfather tearfully spoke of how much his little grandson loved “Shalom Aleichem” and then, in a voice cracked with pain, the grandfather slowly sang the lovely melody.
Naftoli and Chani (nee Wolosow) Minkowitz (Crown Heights)
Sholom Zochor at 444 Crown St. [between Kingston and Brooklyn Aves.]
Nic and Cat Trammell of Los Angeles just installed their very first mezuzah, as have hundreds of other young couples and singles due to an initiative of the Young Jewish Professionals of Los Angeles—a Chabad center for young adults—and has spread to more than a dozen other Chabad centers catering to young Jewish professionals from Miami to Montreal.
This Shabbos at the Besht, noted author and educator Rabbi Sholom DovBer Avtzon will lead a discussion on the topic – Chodesh Elul: The King Is in the Field.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe in the 1950′s leaving his office in 770 to officiate at a wedding. Like Lubavitch Archives and enjoy daily historical pictures: www.facebook.com/LubavitchArchives.
When Kaiser Wilhelm sought to invade Belgium, he was reminded of the signed treaty agreements, of which his actions would be in blatant violation. Dourly brushing the matter aside the Kaiser declared: “We shall take Belgium! As for the treaties? We can trust the philosophers to supply the necessary explanations.”
Shneor Zalmen and Sara (nee Reyder) Marshall (Crown Heights)
Naftoli Hertz and Rochel Leah (nee Gopin) Hildeshaim (Crown Heights)
Mendel and Racheli (nee Broderick) Levertov (Crown Heights)
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Shoftim. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: What are our true qualities?
In this week’s edition of Letter & Spirit, we present a letter of the Rebbe in which he explains the difference between negative feelings that are productive, and those that are destructive. The letter was written through the Rebbe’s trusted secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel, and was made available by his son-in-law Rabbi Sholom Ber Shapiro.
On Tuesday evening, Shomrim received an urgent call that a heated dispute had broken out between a large crowd of African-Americans and a few Jews, and that the situation was deteriorating and rapidly descending into chaos.
An emotional wedding took place this week in a villa in the outskirts of Vinnitza, a city in central Ukraine. Two Jewish university students, among dozens who attend the weekly ‘Stars’ program run by local Shluchim Rabbi Shaul and Chana Horowitz, were married amid much joy and celebration.
Earlier this summer, some 130 members of the Crown Heights Jewish community gathered to cheer on four intrepid entrepreneurs as they pitched their start-ups at Fund It.
In what is being billed as the first ever Chasidic wedding in Thailand, hundreds of guests – including Shluchim, travelers and members of the local Jewish community – gathered in Bangkok today for the wedding celebration of Gabi Kaltmann of Melbourne, Australia, and Mushki Kantor, daughter of Chabad Shliach to Thailand Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor.
During the summer months of any other year, southeastern Ukraine’s seaside city of Mariupol would draw scores of tourists to its foaming shores. Vacationing by the sea, the morya, is almost a ritual in this part of the world, and until recently, Mariupol, an important port on the northern banks of the Azov Sea, had served that purpose well.