Christians, Muslims and Jews are praying literally under the same roof on Nuns’ Island in Montreal, where a Chabad synagogue, a church and a mosque occupy the same building, a former mall. And they are not just neighbors – the three groups are working together on common humanitarian concerns; their first joint project is helping Syrian refugees.
Daily Archives: July 18, 2016
Today, Yud Beis Tammuz, marks the first Yahrtzeit of Reb Yekutiel Rapp, OBM, who was killed in a tragic car accident while crossing a Crown Heights street.
Amid an aura of fear gripping France in the aftermath of a deadly terrorist attack last week, members of the Lubavitch community of Paris defiantly gathered together to celebrate the anniversary of the liberation of the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe from Soviet prison.
Today marks the anniversary of the freeing of the sixth Chabad Rebbe, the Rebbe Rayatz, from Soviet prison. In honor of the occasion, we present a series of articles from the Jewish Telegraph Agency (JTA) after the 1927 arrest and later release of the Rebbe, courtesy of Lubavitch Archives.
A Jewish woman who was seriously injured by the truck-ramming terror attack in Nice, France, last Thursday has died.
Two IDF soldiers – including Sgt. Shlomo Rindenow, a 20-year-old ‘lone soldier’ from New Jersey – were killed, and three others were wounded when a grenade in the possession of a driver of a light armored military vehicle went off on Mount Hermon in the Golan Heights.
On Sunday, the campers of Gan Yisroel-Montreal were visited by their families, relatives and friends, who enjoyed many fun activities together both on and off camp grounds.
A Jewish deputy mayor in Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city, is in a critical condition after being shot in the head by an unknown assailant.
A deliveryman was struck by a hit-and-run driver on Saturday night in Crown Heights, and remains in the hospital in critical condition.