NYPD officers assisting Jersey City cops in a search that led to Brooklyn found themselves in a drug den with nearly $1 million in cash and 100 pounds of drugs in a Crown Heights apartment.
Daily Archives: October 30, 2017
Torah Cafe is proud to introduce a new video series, featuring moments from JLI’s annual National Jewish Retreat. This week’s video is from a lecture by Rabbi Manis Friedman, titled: How the Universe Began.
This past Monday, Yeshiva students in Crown Heights gathered at the JCM for Friendship Circle Brooklyn’s Annual Volunteer Kickoff.
Awareness about addiction and Chabad Lifeline’s work were highlighted at the screening of a documentary in a packed theatre in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
New York State Supreme Court Judge Carolyn E. Wade, who is presiding over the litigation between Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch and the Gabo’im over ownership and control of 770, visited Crown Heights today to take a detailed tour of the building to get a better idea of its history and what’s at stake when she delivers her verdict.
Due to many requests, renowned and veteran educator Mrs. Dena Gorkin, principal of Bnos Chomesh Academy, has launched a new video series on topics and insights in Chinuch, which will be released over the coming seven weeks. The first installment of the series is titled: Healthy, Happy, Frum.
A drama-filled, new course from JLI, Great Debates in Jewish History, offers a glimpse into six pivotal disputes that engulfed the Jewish people at different periods and have a lasting impact today.
Anyone who has ever been exposed to the Tanya around the globe will be excited to learn that a new website has been launched today, where visitors can read and download the first twenty-four chapters of a new edition of Tanya. This groundbreaking edition incorporates all the explanations of the Rebbeim on this classical work.
Please take a moment and say a Kapital Tehillim for Rochel bas Daniella Dzohar, a young mother who is in critical condition after a terrible accident on the way to her sister’s wedding.
JLI presents its unique two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. This week’s video for Parshas Vayeira is titled: The Rabbi Who Was Late.