Since this Shabbos is Gimmel Tammuz, I am posting these two anecdotes which I have recently heard and I will farbreng with, this Shabbos in Florida; with the hope that you, too, will find them inspiring. The story surrounds troublesome questions you might have, and with a different view they may not be so troublesome.
Daily Archives: July 4, 2019
In preparation for Gimmel Tammuz, this weeks letter from the Rebbe is on the topic of hiskashrus, and learning the Torah of the person you are looking to connect with.
Watch Live at 6:30pm: July 4th in Washington DC, Trump’s ‘Salute To America’ Military Event will be taking place at the Lincoln Memorial.
Mr. Pinchas Perry has worked for the security department of El Al and as a film producer. He was interviewed in his home in Ramat Poleg, Netanya, in March of 2013.
Torah and nature. The blueprint and the masterpiece itself. They ought to be connected. Well the yeshiva in Postville, IA did just that. A thrilling extracurricular learning campaign was launched, encouraging efficient use of the bochurims’ free time.
As today is July 4th, the Independence day for the United States, we present a video where the Rebbe speaks about the founding of the United States
We are excited to have achieved our objective of posting 25,000 photos before Gimmel Tammuz. In this batch of 6,000, many originate from a previously overlooked box of WLCC photos that, in the course of this recent drive to post 25,000 was uncovered, and the contents were scanned, restored and uploaded by our team.
Ever wondered how the Rebbe’s impact can be felt throughout the entire world? In this digital age there’s a campaign to help accomplish just that!
An earthquake reading 6.6 on the Richter scale hit southern California at approximately 10:30am local time. Preliminary reports say that there was minimal damage, and no fatalities have yet been reported.
An NYPD car got into a serious accident Wednesday night, T-Boning a car and sending the officers to the hospital. The vehicle had been rushing to a call when the accident happened.
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky is the chairman of the Chabad-Lubavitch educational and social-services arms and served the Lubavitcher Rebbe for more than forty years. He penned this article in honor of the upcoming 25th Yartzeit of the Rebbe.
The following is from Rabbi Mendel Itzinger, on the origin and meaning of a Pan, or Pidyon Nefesh that is written to a Rebbe. Many thousands will be writing a pan as they visit the Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens over this coming weekend for Gimmel Tammuz.
An awareness campaign for Gimmel Tammuz has swept Jewish media across the country and beyond. The campaign, which hit the papers last week, brings awareness to the special day, and encourages people to do acts of goodness and kindness, as well as Learn Torah and visit the Ohel.
New York City’s annual Independence Day fireworks display, will happen tonight, July 4th. The NYPD, tasked with keeping the display safe, has arranged extensive street closures throughout the evening, and into early morning.
As Jews from around the world begin to pour in for Gimmel Tammuz. we present a photo essay from Thursday morning at the Ohel.
A 1,600-year-old mosaic depicting a scene from the book of Exodus was uncovered by researchers and students in northern Israel.
Chabad of Princeton/Headquarters-Chabad of Greater Mercer County opened its new building last spring on Route 206 in Princeton. Now it is open for all Jews, and the next project is already in the works.