This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Avrohom Eliyohu Wudowsky, who received his Smicha and Dayonus at Yeshivah in Morristown, the Rabbinical College of America, and from Rabbi Dovid Schochat Of Toronto, will lead a discussion titled The Blessing of Gratitude: Traveler’s Edition “The whens and whys of Birkas HaGomel after travel.”
Daily Archives: November 8, 2018
In keeping with the parsha of the week, we present a letter in which the Rebbe deals with antisemitism in our day and age – the beginning of which started in this week’s parsha with the encounter between Yaakov and Eisav. The letter, […]
In a devastating incident Thursday afternoon, a young father of 2 was struck and killed by a vehicle on Central Ave in the Five Towns.
The rapidly growing city of Morgan Hill will be welcoming a new Chabad presence in December. Chabad of California’s newest recruits, Rabbi Mendel and Chani (née Dalfin) Liberow and their toddler son Sadya, will be opening a Chabad center in Morgan Hill.
In honor of Rosh Chodesh Kislev, JEM has released a clip of highlights from 770 Rosh Chodesh Kislev 5748.
On Nov. 26, 2008 – the Hebrew date was Cheshvan 29 – Islamic terrorists went on a savage killing spree in Mumbai, India, murdering 179 people including Chabad emissaries Rabbi Gavriel and Rivkah Holtzberg. The following tribute was written by Rabbi Holtzberg’s sister.
Its a four-thousand-year-old Jewish secret to happiness. Its not just happiness, its a three step process to be “b’simcha.”
Crown Heights businessman Shaya Gordon is making the cold New York winter warmer for local children. Shaya will be giving winter coats to those in need free of charge.
Eleven people have died following a mass shooting in a bar in Thousand Oaks California. A local police officer was also killed at the scene, and the gunman found dead.
When we first immigrated to Canada from Holland in 1951, we settled in Toronto. It took some months before we could buy our own home, and our initial accommodations were very primitive – in fact, we lived in an abandoned house which the Jewish community planned to make into a mikveh. But the place was free and it was temporary, so we made due.