Senior Rabbis from across Australia travelled today to the Nation’s Capital to meet with Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin participated in a memorial event for international Holocaust Remembrance Day, the day that Auschwitz was liberated by the Soviet army 70 years ago.
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Camp Gan Izzy of Sydney, Australia, a project of Chabad Youth NSW, just completed its 2-week-long summer camp, which was immensely enjoyed by over 100 children.
While the northeast was being pummeled by a blizzard, Tzivos Hashem of Florida enjoyed a beautiful sunny day at the magnificent gardens at Jungle Island in Miami for Family Adventure Day on Sunday, January 25th.
While much of the northern hemisphere is suffering through an unseasonably cold winter, it’s summer down under. While some take the opportunity to visit family or make a quick getaway from the city, hundreds of people turned up in force to further their Torah knowledge. Seeking inspiration and insight, the participants in this year’s Summer Learning Program were not disappointed.
Shabbat-morning prayers were about to start at the synagogue in Mariupol, Ukraine, when the rocket barrage came.
In commemoration of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, an official ceremony was held in Kiev, which was attended by Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Arsenyi Yatsenyuk.
Rabbi Alexander and Leah Namdar, Chabad Shluchim in Sweden, will be tried today, Tuesday, by the Gothenburg Municipality for the alleged ‘crime’ of homeschooling their 11 children, due to the lack of Jewish schools in the area.
Rabbi Dovid Lau, Chief Rabbi of Israel, attended the unveiling ceremony of a monument to the Leningrad rabbis murdered in 1937 by the Soviets for their activism for Judaism.
The Russian Junior N’shei Chabad of Crown Heights celebrated their 15th Annual Farbrengen at the Lubavitcher Yeshiva-Crown Street on Wednesday evening, Rosh Chodesh Shvat.
The Lieberman family is sitting Shiva after the passing of their son, Benjy, OBM, at 686 Empire Blvd. [between Albany and Troy Aves.] until Tuesday afternoon. Shachris – 7:30. Mincha – 4:40, followed by Maariv. Hamokom Yenachem Eschem Besoch She’ar Aveilei Tzion V’yerushalaim.
A soldier guarding a Chabad center in Nice, a city located on the southern coast of France, accidentally discharged his weapon outside the building.
Family, friends and members of the community gathered this morning in front of 770 Eastern Parkway to accompany 1-year-old Benjy Lieberman, OBM, who tragically passed away earlier this week while vacationing with his family, to his final resting place.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Doba Nisnevitch OBM, matriarch of a large family and longtime Crown Heights resident. She is the wife of Reb Zeev Volf OBM.
Twice a year, brothers Nechemya and Yair Ledaiev, members of the Lubavitch community in France, travel to far-flung places across the globe to help isolated Jews fulfill the Mitzvah of Mezuzah. This week, while in the western Ukrainian city of Vinnitza, they were helping a Jewish family affix a Mezuzah when they learned that their son would be celebrating his 13th birthday the following day.
It is hard to believe that nearly a year has passed since Rashi Minkowitz, shlucha, mother, daughter and wife has passed away. The shock and horror of her premature passing left a deep imprint on us all. We can each remember exactly where we stood, when we heard the tragic news. At that time, there was an international outpouring of grief; a sincere desire to do something, indeed anything, in her memory.
Camp L’man Achai recently organized a meaningful shabbaton in Miami, Florida. The Shabbaton, which was held on Shabbos Parshas Va’era, gave campers from all around Florida the opportunity to truly enjoy an authentic and heartwarming Shabbos experience together with their friends and staff from summer camp.
It was another perfect Shabbos and ski getaway for the vibrant young Bnei Aliya. It was set in beautiful home upstate NY, surrounded by nature, delicious Shabbos meals, no cell phones and an amazing group of guys. It was the perfect setting to reconnect and experience Shabbos.
A Jewish overnight summer camp may be an experience most Jewish kids have come to expect, but it was with the opening last summer of a program created for deaf Jewish children–the only such program in the world–that they too, will have the same benefit. Now two Israeli deaf children will also get to join, promising to make summer 2015 the experience of a lifetime for them.
It happened on Shabbas Yud Shevat, 2008, in the main Shul of 770 Eastern Parkway. Rabbi Yosef Katzman was talking with a friend and noticed a new face in the crowd. Rabbi Katzman introduced himself and Gershon Felberbaum from Monsey replied with a warm handshake. After a few brief words, Rabbi Katzman asked Gershon if he wanted to learn Chassidus together.
The community of French-speaking Jews in New York gathered Sunday at the Lincoln Square synagogue to remember, honor and mourn the seventeen victims of the recent terror attacks in Paris, at the Charlie Hebdo magazine headquarters and the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket.
A parenting course that looks to Jewish values that have stood the test of time may surprise participants as it cuts the sacrosanct “what are my rights” centered perspective down to size. In its place, The Art of Parenting course will consider the question Judaism teaches us to ask: “What is my obligation?”