This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Lieberman is a known mechanech for many decades, and a professional in the world of judaica. He is also on the board of directors at Tzach.
Daily Archives: January 3, 2019
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This week, we present a letter of the Rebbe answering to a non-Jew who has “discovered the truth of the Old Testament” and asking the question, Why do Jews remain loyal to their faith after thousands of years of persecution?
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An emotional Bar Mitzva Celebration was held for three student’s of Chabad’s Ohr Avner School in the city of Vinitza in Western Ukraine.
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Between Empire & Lefferts
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During a Farbrengen marking the 19th of Kislev, Chief Rabbi of Philadelphia, Rabbi Ephraim Yolles, urges the Rebbe to get some more sleep.
A massive affordable housing development is planned for the southern section of Crown Heights. The fine print, nearly all of Crown Heights area residents will not be eligible.
A Monsey school, struggling to keep their teachers paid, is getting much appreciated help from a group of dedicated parents holding a fundraiser. The best part, all the money is going to pay teachers salaries.
Born in Brooklyn, Yosef overcame personal hardships to become a warrior, and now helps other haredi youths connect to the IDF.
The Lord District Court on Thursday ordered the Shin Bet to allow the three Jewish minors currently held by the organization to be allowed to meet with an attorney.
A shiur on this years Maamar Basi Legani started in Toronto just a few days ago. Despite it being a legal holiday, the 6:20am shiur, taught by Rabbi Akiva Wagner, was full. The Maamar is being learned in preperation for Yud Shvat, the day the Rebbe took on the leadership of Lubavitch, and which is coming up in a few weeks.
Mr. Michoel Rubinoff is presently retired from teaching. He spends his time learning in Yeshivat Simchat Shlomo in Jerusalem, where he was interviewed in February of 2017.
Non violent protests have begun following the questionable detaining of three minors is Israel. The three were allegedly detained following an incident involving rock throwing.