Tonight marks the yohrzheit of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushkah Schneerson, wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The Rebbetzin passed away on the 22nd of Shevat of the year 5748 (1988). Mishnayos in the Extended Article.
Daily Archives: February 10, 2015
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews pledged $650,000 in emergency funding for Jews in the battle zones of eastern Ukraine. The funding will ensure thousands of food and medicine packages, as well as three months of operating soup kitchens and providing security for Jewish synagogues and institutions in Donetsk, Lugansk and Mariupol.
A stunning aerial view of Jerusalem and beyond, captured in high-definition with a camera mounted on a ‘drone.’
Over 150 Jewish community members from many different cultures and backgrounds attended a Shabbaton organized by Our Big Kitchen, under the leadership of Rabbi Dovid Slavin, on Sydney’s Tamarama Beach.
With the ongoing goal of improving the security and safety of the 1,850 students of Oholei Torah and their teachers, a meeting was arranged between the City Hall Community Affairs Department and the administration of Oholei Torah, the Flagship school of Chabad Lubavitch.
The rapidly developing Jewish youth moment ‘EnerJew,’ now active in 16 locations throughout the Former Soviet Union, continues in its mission to create a promising and committed future generation of proud Jewish leaders. Lately a series of seminars and Shabbatonim took place in some of FSU’s major cities.
A lavish buffet dinner was held Sunday night in London, in honor and support of the Stamford Hill division of Shomrim. Attending the event were the local chiefs of Police, accompanied by a few dozen officers.
Pictures from the wedding of Menachem Mendel Begun (S. Paulo, Brazil) and Mussie Brook (Crown Heights), which took place Monday night in the Oholei Torah Ballroom in Crown Heights.
On a recent episode of Top Gear, a wildly popular British automotive show, host Jeremy Clarkson bemoaned the relatively slow response times of National Health Service (NHS) ambulances to life-threatening emergencies – which average around 8 minutes. Hatzalah volunteers in New York, on the other hand, boast an average response time of just 4 minutes.
200 members of Cleveland’s orthodox Jewish community gathered on Sunday night to hear from abuse survivors, mental health professionals, and legal experts, in a “Night of Awareness and Education” about CSA. The event was organized by Jewish Community Watch (JCW), an organization committed to raising awareness of and preventing CSA in the orthodox Jewish community. The standing-room only crowd included survivors, parents of small children, and community leaders.
After its suspension for about two weeks following a heavy snowstorm, Alternate Side Parking Rules will resume today, Tuesday, February 10, throughout New York City.