Holding their event on the last night of Chanukah following a busy week of other local events, Chabad of Buckhurst Hill, London, directed by Rabbi Odom and Henny Brandman, hosted a Public Menorah Lighting and Annual Family Chanukah Party.
Daily Archives: December 15, 2015
In honor of the Year of Hakhel/Unity, Chanukah lit up the Ukrainian city of Kharkov more than ever before! Every night of Chanukah, more and more Jews of all ages gathered together to celebrate, rejoice and spread the light of Chanukah.
Despite the cold weather and security alerts, Chanukah outdoor plans still went ahead in Golders Green, London. Thousands of people braved the streets to participate in the lighting of the Giant Menorah at Golders Green Station.
Rabbi Mendel Epstein was sentenced today, Tuesday, to ten years in Federal prison for his role in leading a ring of rabbis who used beatings, handcuffs and cattle prods to force recalcitrant Jewish husbands to grant their wives a ‘Gett.’
A 15 year-old Miami high school student entered a not guilty plea on Monday at this arraignment on charges that he shot and killed a visiting rabbi from Crown Heights during a botched daylight robbery attempt in August of 2014.
Mispallelim who arrived in 770 this morning to Daven Shachris were shocked at the sight that met their eyes – over a dozen bochurim sleeping on the floor of the main Shul of 770, in protest of the Hanhalah of 770’s refusal to restore electricity to the 749 Eastern Parkway dormitory.
World famous Jewish music superstar Avraham Fried, following a recent concert in Israel, sat down with a reporter for Arutz Sheva, with whom he talked about ‘the magic of Chabad music.’
Dnepropetrovsk, the Ukrainian city where the Lubavitcher Rebbe grew up, announced that it will soon name a street in his honor.
A black Honda belonging to a Jewish resident of Crown Heights, which was parked on New York Ave. near the corner of President Street, was the latest victim of the mysterious wheel thieves who have been operating with impunity and devastating vehicle owners all over the neighborhood over the last couple of years.