Jewish men in a group of countries around the world, including Azerbaijan, Brazil, China, Hungary, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Portugal and Puerto Rico, will now have access to an affordable pair of tefillin, timed to the 50th anniversary of the Rebbe’s Tefillin Campaign.
Daily Archives: November 16, 2017
A young man was arrested in Naples, Florida, after allegedly trashing a local Chabad preschool and scrawling ‘Heil Hitler’ and other Nazi symbols on the wall.
Day two of the Kinus Hashluchim began with Shachris and breakfast, and continued on with morning sessions, followed by a delicious lunch.
The first full day of the International Kinus Hashluchim began for many at the Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens, where they Davened Shachris and then sat down to write a Pan to place at the Rebbe’s Tziyun.
The first Avos Ubonim of the 5778 winter season, at the Chabad of Coral Springs, FL, kicked off this past Motzai Shabbos, Parshas Chaya Sarah, with a full attendance, including boys from neighboring communities.
A new exciting program was arranged by the Talmidim Hashluchim of Yeshiva Ketana -Mechina of London. The children from classes 7 and 8, join the Bochurim of the Yeshiva for a special Mishmar/Seder Sichos.
Can I Ask a Non-Jew to Turn Off a Light on Shabbos? The question is a common one. The answer: not so simple. A new Sefer, authored by Rabbi Shmuel Zajac of Crown Heights, seeks to bring some Halachic clarity to the subject.
For the past fifteen years, Mrs. Sarah Karmely has served as the director of Sha’arei Tovah Talmud Torah. She is co-editor of Shalom Magazine, a bi-lingual outreach publication, and the author of Words to Hear with Your Heart. She was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in June of 2012.
Thousands of Shluchim from around the world began arriving in Crown Heights for the International Conference of Shluchim Wednesday. Beginning with registration, dinner, and a visit to the Rebbes Room and House.