A 10-year-old Chasidic boy walking home in Williamsburg last night became the subject of a bias crime after being shoved to the ground by an unknown attacker who said “I hate Jews.”
Daily Archives: November 6, 2017
The Hillel organization at Princeton University, which invited Deputy Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely to lecture to students, abruptly canceled the lecture at the last minute. Chabad stepped in to host her instead.
On Thursday, October 26, 250 Jewish women and girls of all backgrounds came together to the beautiful West Boca Chabad Center to bake challah and do the mitzvah of Hafrashas Challah.
Court papers reveal shocking new revelations surrounding the sale and attempts to demolish Anshei Lubawitz, Borough Park’s oldest synagogue.
Camp Emunah B’nos Yaakov Yehudah is getting a head start in preparation for its 65th consecutive summer in Greenfield Park, NY, with the remodeling of a few more bunkhouses.
About sixty Russian philanthropists who support Chabad’s activities in the Former Soviet Union participated in the annual ‘Zevulun Conference,’ which took place this year in Baku, capital city of the Republic of Azerbaijan, which is situated between Russia and Iran.
Last Thursday night, under a starry, moonlit sky, a reunion twenty years in the making came full circle in Rego Park, Queens.
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. Lesson Two: Suicide at Masada – Militant Nationalism vs. Religious Institutionalism is an overview of the origins and buildup leading to the Jewish revolt against Roman rule in Judea in the 1st century CE.