Letter & Spirit: Safety and Security of Israel

In this week’s edition of Letter and Spirit, we present a letter from the Rebbe concerning the security and safety of the Land of Israel and the People of Israel.. The letter was written in English through the Rebbe’s trusted secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel, and was made available by the latter’s son-in-law, Rabbi Sholom Ber Shapiro.

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Rebbetzin Tap Lights Up Bais Rivkah for Chanukah

Last week, the girls at Bais Rivkah in Crown Heights were treated to an exciting song-and-dance event with children’s entertainer Rebbetzin Tap. The concert featured original songs from her DVDs “Get Ready for Shabbos” and “Jewish Holiday Celebration,” including her Chanukah song “The Biggest Light.”

Rabbi Benny’s Weekly Torah Thought: The One with the Presidential Debate

Rabbi Benny Hershcovich, Shliach in Cabo S. Lucas, Mexico, delivers his brief and hilarious thought on this week’s Parasha, Mikeitz. This week Rabbi Benny answers the questions: When Joseph’s ten brothers start feeling all regretful as mighty Joseph begins throwing challenges their way, Reuven, the eldest of the brothers, seems to get all condescending and rude to his brothers… Does that make sense? Was he really that heartless? And what is the lesson that we can take from it?