Immediate action by the victim of an assault in Crown Heights, and a quick response by Crown Heights Shomrim, ended with one person in cuffs Wednesday night.
Daily Archives: December 5, 2018
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Between Empire & Lefferts
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Over 100 Hebrew School kids from across the globe put on their creativity caps this past week, as they participated in the Chabad Hebrew School International Menorah Contest run by CKids.
The American Airlines Arena in Miami, was transformed into a Chanukah celebration this Sunday as the Miami Heat hosted their tenth annual Jewish Heritage Night with Chabad of Florida. They join teams in all divisions of both the Eastern and Western Conferences hosting similar events this Chanukah.
Join Chayolim around the world for a grand Tzivos Hashem children’s rally, live broadcast from 770 at 2:30pm.
An arrest has been made in connection with an assault on a father walking home with his son from shul Friday night. The alleged perpetrator, has 5 prior arrests, and lives in the area.
Yeshivah students from Safed brought the light of Chanukah, and danced with IDF troops in Metulla prior to an operation in which the troops destroyed a 40 meter long tunnel built by the Iranian-backed terror group Hezbollah. The tunnel started in the Lebanese town of Kfarkela and snaked into Metulla, an Israeli town of 1,000 surrounded on three sides by Lebanon.
The funeral of President George H.W. Bush got underway on Wednesday, with US and foreign dignitaries gathered to commemorate the life of a World War Two hero, Cold War veteran, and former head of the CIA, who went on to represent an era of civility in US politics.
Chabad of Melbourne CBD held their annual Chanukah Menorah Lighting in Parliament House on the 2nd Day of Chanukah. Under the direction of the Central Business District’s Shliach, Rabbi Chaim Herzog, Chabad has now been hosting the event, which takes place in the Parliament of Victoria for eighteen years.
Bochurim of Oholei Torah enjoyed a Fleishig meal sponsored by local Shliach Rabbi Avrohom Hertz in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn after a successful Mivtzoim night. The Bochurim and Shliach shared inspirational stories and sang Niggunim.
The NYPD has just unleashed their fleet of drones to help crime fighting in NYC. The new drones, of various sizes, will be a sigh of relief from residence of high crime areas as a possible replacement for the loud helicopters presently used.
A massive fire in Beit Midrash Morasha of Capetown, South Africa has left complete destruction, with only a single Torah, and some seforim surviving the blaze. No one was hurt in the fire.
We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Rabbi Berel Halon OBM on Tuesday night, the third night of Chanukah. He was 83 years old.