For the first time in history, the Ukrainian Parliament marked Holocaust Day, with the participation of Chief Rabbi and Head Shliach of Kiev, Rabbi Yonathan Markovitch.
In honor of the 19th of Teves, the day Oholei Torah was founded, the yeshiva has shared an array of 64 pictures from over the years of the mossad.
In 1973, the wedding of Mendel and Feiga Lubecki took place at a hall in Paris, but they did not have a photo album commemorating the special event.
As bush fires in Australia continue to burn out of control, one person, overcome by the destruction, has found a new home in Our Big Kitchen run by Rabbi Dovid and Laya Slavin.
A security incident took place around 9:15am Thursday morning at Beis Rivkah Crown Street, after a mentally disturbed person broke a window and threatened a security guard.
This weekend, Shabbos Parshas Shemos (January 17-19), close to 200 Young Professionals with their Shluchim and Shluchos, representing 42 different cities from around the world, will be coming to Crown Heights as part of Chabad Young Professionals annual Encounter.
The Boro Park owners of a stolen minivan have been reunited with their vehicle thanks to seamless collaboration between two Shomrim organizations and a sharp eyed volunteer.
A family involved in a severe accident two weeks ago on the Mario Cuomo bridge says that a New York State trooper reacted antisemitically, ignoring their obvious injuries and threatening the volunteers of Rockland Hatzoloh for attempting to give aid.
Healing Hearts Bikur Cholim of Florida currently has Chessed Houses near Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and Jackson Memorial/UM Hospital, helping hundreds of families in their time of need. Now, it’s time for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital to have it’s own Chessed House.
A package thief was caught in the act and confronted by a Crown Heights resident this week. The resident snapped a photo of the thief, sending him away without his loot.
A new speed camera has been placed on St. Johns Place going eastbound between Brooklyn Ave and Kingston Ave in Crown Heights.
This past Sunday, Jan. 12th, hundreds gathered in Queens, displaying Jewish pride and rallying against the recent increase of antisemitism.
Just an hour after Crown Heights Shomrim finished with a hate filled incident on Albany Ave, Shomrim responded to a call for a young teenager who had pulled out what looked like a gun on a Jewish woman. He was arrested by the NYPD.
A Crown Heights resident who decided to check things out for himself was horrified to discover that the quinoa he had recently purchased was in fact teeming with bugs.
A man walking up Albany Ave triggered a large police and Shomrim response Tuesday afternoon, as he spewed hate at Jewish people walking on the Ave. The police took the man into custody, and sent him to the hospital for an evaluation.
Chabad representatives serving twenty university campuses Europe-wide met up in London last week.
As Lubavitchers across the world gear up for Yud Shvat, Lahak has announced a new initiative. Donate just $30, and get your own five volume set. Also, When did the Rebbe first allow the use of the name “Toras Menachem”?
Upon landing on a kashrus trip to the Bahamas on Monday, Rabbi Kalman Weinfeld, a Rabbinic Coordinator at OK Kosher had the opportunity to give the pilot a bar mitzvah and help him wrap tefillin for his first time ever.
As Jewish organizations worldwide stand in solidarity and unite to fight anti-Semitism, Jewish teen boys all over the world are doing their part on January 13 by wearing a kippah the entire day—even if they don’t usually wear one.
An event on Sunday offering two hours of hands-on safety awareness and prevention training exceeded expectations, with hundreds of Crown Heights residents showing up and participating.
On February 9, students from 3 Miami Hebrew schools will go head-to-head onstage in a Torah competition being held at The Shul of Bal Harbour.
A kiddush hashem went public on social media after a Jewish man stopped to help a stranger with a flat. The Jewish man, who identified himself only as Ernest, made a lasting impression.