Premium Post:
Choose Your Cheese Cake @ Gombos
Premium Post:
SUNDAY: Sprint into Summer Sale!!!
Premium Post:
LUXURIOUS CONDO FOR RENT

Luxurious condo for rent,
Modern high end kitchen,
2 stoves, 2 ovens, dishwasher,
Stainless steel sinks,
Lots of counter and cabinet space,
Breakfast nook,
Granite counter tops,
X-Large Dining/living room,
3 nice size bedrooms,
2 full bathrooms,
Master bath and walk-in-closet,
Large walk-in laundry room,
Front Sukah porch off dining room,
Parking,
One flight up,
Lefferts and Troy,

Price: $3,500.00 monthly

One month broker fee due by tenant

For showings contact:

J.J. Katz
Heights Properties Inc.
Phone: 718-363-3932 x 101
E-mail: jjkatzproperties@gmail.com

Premium Post:
GIRLS, IS THIS THE OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU?

CHECK OUT THIS AMAZING OFFER!
EXCELLENT REFRENCES FROM PAST SHLUCHOS/GIRLS!

SHLICHUS NEXT YEAR

Partner with us for a year in Chestnut Hill MA. Hiring 2 or 3 girls to join our vibrant and active Chabad House including: Shabbos Youth Groups, Youth Programs, Hebrew School, Women’s Events & Holiday Programming. The girls are taken very well care of B’gashmius and Ruchnius.

References from many past year girls available.

Please contact Grunie Uminer at grunie@chabadch.com or 617-738-9770 for further details.

Premium Post:
SALES PERSON WIG SALON

Busy Brooklyn Wig Salon seeking experienced and capable sales person to join our team. Must be energetic, have ability to multi task, have excellent peoples skills and be able to keep up in a fast paced environment. Join a great team in a fun atmosphere.

 

Email: wigsalonbrooklyn@gmail.com All inquiries kept confidential.

Chabad Wins Kapparos Case in Federal Court

On Friday, May 12, U.S. District Court judge André Birotte, Jr. granted a legal victory to the Chabad of Irvine, California. The judge dismissed a lawsuit brought against them by animal rights activists, who sought to end the 1200-year-old Orthodox Jewish ceremony of Kapparos practiced by the synagogue on the eve of Yom Kippur.

Premium Post:
FULL TIME SECRETARIAL POSITION AVAILABLE

CROWN HEIGHTS REAL ESTATE OFFICE LOOKING TO FILL

 

FULL TIME. MUST HAVE COMPUTER, TELEPHONE SKILLS. MULTI TASK, EFFICIENT.

 

EMAIL CHAYA@311ROGERS.COM WITH INQUIRES

How the Kotel Became Synonymous with Tefillin

50 years ago, on June 7, 1967 Israeli paratroopers captured the Old City of Jerusalem. The little alley in front of the Western Wall was soon flooded with the Jewish soldiers—religious and non-religious, kipah-wearers and kibbutzniks. Photos and film of that day depict battle-hardened men breaking down in tears as they encountered the Kotel. A shofar was blown. Soldiers prayed, even those not used to doing so. Less than a week later, on Shavuot, the Western Wall plaza opened to the public. The next morning four Chabad-Lubavitch Chassidim stationed themselves at the wall with tefillin, offering throngs of Jews the opportunity to transform their raw emotions into concrete action. The men were on the front lines of the newly-launched tefillin campaign, which the Rebbe had initiated just days before war started.

Premium Post:

Chabad Rabbi Pulls Endorsement from ‘Tahor’ App

Rabbi Fishel Jacobs, the sole Chabad Rabbi who lent his endorsement to the ‘Tahor’ App, designed to allow women to privately submit Bedikah inquiries via photo, has apparently rescinded his support, as his name was unceremoniously removed from the website’s ‘Our Rabbis’ section. This development comes after four prominent Chabad rabbis have come out publically against the app.

Chabad Rabbi: New Bedikah App Should Be Shut Down

In response to CrownHeights.info’s report today of the release of a new iPhone app for Bedikah Shaalos, Tahor, Rabbi Sholom Dovber Shuchat, a member of Agudas Horabbonim of the U.S. and of the Crown Heights Chabad community, released a statement that in his opinion the app should not be used, and that its creators should shut it down because it will lead to more harm than good.

Community Unites to Support Batashavili Orphans

Little Mendy was standing by the door. Behind him a long, gleaming corridor. Only a wheezing interrupted the silence. For years he has lived knowing that his ‘abba is not feeling well’. He still remembers the ‘beautiful times’- he calls it, the times when his Father came back home every day from his hard work as a shochet, tired but happy, giving his warm and loving hugs to his children.