A delegation from the Israeli Local Authorities Group, including the mayors of Gush Etzion and Metulah, made a stop by 770 on a tour sponsored by Kolot and the World Zionist Organization.
Daily Archives: May 19, 2019
A rocket was fired into the Iraqi capital’s heavily fortified Green Zone Sunday night, landing less than a mile from the sprawling U.S. Embassy, an Iraqi military spokesman said. There were no injuries in the attack.
You could call “We All Belong” the swan song of the Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative, a four year, $1 million effort to create a welcoming culture for those with disabilities and mental health conditions, but the all new music video is so much more than just a short-lived catchy tune.
The topics in this week’s 261st episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Does Chassidus Ever Expect Us to Sleep Less Than Is Normally Required? Is There a Healthy Need for Ego? As an Orthodox Jew Teaching in a Secular School, How Do I Navigate Between Acceptance of All Students, and Normalizing Behavior Forbidden by Torah? Can a Sociopath Do Teshuva? Are There Any Situations When We Can Shake Hands with Someone from the Opposite Gender? Please Explain the Statement That for Certain Souls, like Rashbi, the Temple Was Never Destroyed.
A United States government report released last week showed a record low in the birth rate in the United States for women in their teens and 20s – the lowest rate in 32 years. The 1.73% fertility rate means that today’s US generation is not having enough babies to replace itself. According to experts, a rate of 2.1 births is the baseline for the younger generation to replace the aging population. The US has not achieved this baseline in ten years.
A bus carrying students from a girls’ religious high school back home after Shabbat was hit by a firebomb Saturday night, setting the vehicle on fire. The incident occurred after the bus dropped off several girls from the Oriyah Ulpana school at Pnei Kedem, an Israeli town northwest of Hevron, in Judea, south of Jerusalem.
Singer Mendy J has released “Moshiach Yavo,” a popular song, in acapella. The music video shows some of the amazing miracle that have happened in the last century, both within the wider public and the Jewish world. Mendy performs the song alongside his brother Simi Jacobson.
In this special edition of letters from the Rebbe, we present a series of letters between the Rebbe, and Author Herman Wouk who just passed away. May these letters we are publicizing, be a merit for his soul and bring comfort to his family during the week of shiva. The letters reflect Herman Wouk’s generous and compassionate character and good deeds – especially in the area of chinuch and education.
A new booklet released by Rabbi Rephael Tennenhaus, tells of the the “warm and loving relationship between Reb Dovid Tennenhaus and the Rebbe.” the booklet features 26 personal stories.
A thief made off with 1,250 shofars from a Crown Heights home Thursday, the New York post reported. The thief stole the horns after breaking into the homes garage. The police are investigating.