We present a photo gallery of a childrens Sukkos program in Flandres.
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Professional opportunities in the high-tech and housing industries have made the burgeoning suburban San Francisco, Cal., area a magnet for many young Jews from around the world, and Inon Cohen, an Israeli in his twenties, has been attending programs and events at Chabad of Contra Costa for a number of years. Two years ago, on the day of Hoshana Rabbah, a holy and auspicious day preceding the joyous eve of Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, he received a call from Israel that would change his life forever.
We present a photo gallery of Hoshana Raba at the central shul “Marina Roscha” in Moscow.
For the second year, thanks to the efforts of Shliach Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, director of the Jewish Uniformed Service Association of Maryland-Chabad, a Sukka was built at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
A Police vehicle overturned Motzai Shabbos after it hit another vehicle in a Brooklyn intersection. Two officers were reported injured, and taken by ambulance to the hospital.
An annual Farbrengen was held in the Sukkah of Rebbetzin Sara Kaplan, marking the birthday of Rabbi Aryeh Leib Kaplan OBM, with his son Harav Chaim Kaplan.
Thousands of women, woman and children from all circles attended the Simchas Bais Hashoeva dancing in Kiryat Gat. The event was organized by Chabad of Kiryat Gat headed by Rabbi Meir Meiri. Each evening, singers and keyboardists, among the best in the country, played for the masses, while a fire juggler entertained.
Place des Fêtes, located in the 19th arrondissement in Paris, became the location for another night of lively singing and dancing for Simchas Bais Hashoeva.
Last night, IDF fighters, Border Police forces, Israel Police and the Civil Administration secured the entry of about 1,350 visitors into the tomb of Joseph, located in Shechem. During the entry, an improvised explosive device was found and neutralized by the fighters. Prayers continued as planned.
Chabad of Zurich, run by Rabbis Mendy and Sholom Rosenfeld, hosted a Sukkos event at a local amusement park for the Jewish people of Switzerland. The event attracted over 500, with kosher food and sukkah available to all.
We present a photo gallery of the first night of Simchas Bais Hashoeva on the Streets of Crown Heights.
We present a photo gallery of Simchas Bais Hashoeva being celebrated in Flandre, Paris.
All children involved in Connection Point, the JEM and Tzivos Hashem initiative created to encourage and empower children to watch and learn from the Rebbe directly, will be joining together with their parents in 770 on Wednesday, Chol Hamoed to watch a rally of the Rebbe in true Connection Point style.
We present a photo gallery of preparations for the first days of Sukkos in Moscow, Russia. Also included is havdalah, as Chol Hamoed Sukkos begins.
Two fire trucks collided in Crown Heights Tuesday night, careening into four cars and injuring eleven firefighters. One firefighter was seriously injured in the accident according to witnesses.
A group of bochurim prepared for Mivtza lulav this Sukkos at a meeting in Bais Chaya Mushka in Paris France.
A minivan carrying three bochurim from Williamsburg struck a pole in a late night accident Motzai Shabbos. Crown Heights Shomrim, Hatzalah, and the Fire Department responded to the scene. The three bochurim were treated for minor injuries.
Two teenagers were spotted by Crown Heights Shomrim volunteers breaking into cars in the early hours of Friday morning.The police responded and arrested the two for multiple car break ins.
Firefighters evacuated 770 briefly Friday morning after smoke and the smell of burning began to filter through the basement. Firefighters quickly identified the small electrical fire, and reopened the Shul.
As Crown Heights is busy getting ready building Sukkas, buying Lulavim and Esrogim and cooking for a multitude of family and guests, Lubavitch Youth Organization New York is making its final preparations for our 5780 “Shake Up NY” campaign.
As Halikut begins its second year, Kehos prints a special cheilek chof hey of Sefer Likkutei Sichos to be used by the hundreds of participants. Halikut recently launched in 16 Yeshivos accross America.
A dispute over a parking spot in Crown Heights resulted in one person arrested and left another with injuries Thursday night. Shomrim, Hatzalah and the NYPD all responded to the incident.