An irresponsible message about a ‘major threat’ was circulated on “WhatsApp” purportedly in the name of Crown Heights Shomrim. Both the Police and Shomrim said that it was a false rumor and a hoax.
Daily Archives: October 14, 2015
By the time Zehavit Mohager, a psychology student, began her studies at the University of Haifa at age 23, she had already completed her army service, done her share of partying and traveled to Mexico. Mature and worldly beyond her years as is so often the case with Israeli university students, she had ambitions, a sense of responsibility and focus.
Rabbi David Lau, the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, visited Crown Heights today to attend the Stambler – Duchman wedding. While here he visited The Rebbes room and library as well as the “broadcast room”.
The mara d’asra of Kfar Chabad, Rabbi Meir Ashkenazi, has released a public letter addressing the security crisis, calling on residents to recite Tehillim 20, 22, 69, and 130 after shachris.
The oldest prayer hall of Petersburg, Russia, the ‘Small Synagogue,’ opened its doors to the public after four years of renovations. The synagogue is a beloved city landmark that has been the hub of Jewish life even under the most grueling conditions in the past century.
Rabbi Benny Hershcovich, Shliach in Cabo S. Lucas, Mexico, delivers his brief and hilarious thought on this weeks Parasha, Noach.
With the state of California deep into the fourth year of a record-smashing drought, Jewish people in the Golden State had an especially personal experience when they gathered on Monday morning for the inaugural annual Jewish “prayer for rain.”
A violent crash between two cars in a busy Crown Heights intersection sent one car flipping onto its roof and injuring both drivers.
A Palestinian terrorist stabbed a 70-year-old Israeli woman outside Jerusalem’s main bus station today. The woman was moderately wounded, and was transported to Shaarei Tzedek Medical Center for treatment.
Chabad of Cusco, Peru, directed by Rabbi Ofer Kripor, has concluded two months of intensive activities. The high altitude city’s thin air has been unable to slow the Shluchim’s dedicated work.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Noach. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Why is it important to speak positively?
Less than eight hours after opening registration for the International Kinus Hashluchim, the Kinus office reported that more than 850 shluchim have already registered.