On Thursday, Yud Sivan, hundreds of men, women, and children filled the streets of Crown Heights to welcome a new Torah home. Each step that they took to accompany the Sefer Torah was also a show of support for Professor Alan Dershowitz, a man who is dedicated to the pursuit of justice.
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With hundreds in attendance, a Sefer Torah was completed in honor of Professor Alan Dershowitz, for his advocacy for Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and others in need. The completion and celebration took place in Crown Heights Thursday afternoon.
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“Hanachos,” the new weekly Magazine released by the Vaad Talmidei Hatemimim, has released its third edition. This weeks magazine includes “An Insider’s Perspective: Rabbi Dovid Feldman,” and “Recollections from Hanhalah: Rabbi Mendel Scharf.”
Master-menahel, Rabbi Menachem M. Greenbaum, principal at Cheder Menachem in LA and master-melamed, Rabbi Levi Feldman of Oholei Torah will present at the Kinus HaMechanchim.
Oholei Torah’s 8th grade class spent time Thursday morning learning how to save a life through CPR. The course taught the students how to respond to life threatening emergencies, including choking, if someone stops breathing, or if a persons’ heart stops C”V.
A yeshiva in Sderot, Israel, suffered a direct hit from a rocket launched from Gaza. No injuries were reported, despite significant damage to the building.
With great sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Rivka Sheina Notik, OBM, a resident of Crown Heights for thirty three years. She passed away Wednesday night, the 10th of Sivan, 5779. She was 93 years old.
As we approach twenty-five years since Gimmel Tammuz, communities around the world are uniting to watch and draw inspiration from the Rebbe’s farbrengen of Yud Shvat 1975, which marked twenty-five years from the passing of the Previous Rebbe.
A massive fast-moving four-alarm blaze ripped through three homes in Flatbush early Thursday morning. Ten people were injured in the fire, including one infant. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Terrance Nelson, a repeat car break-in offender, was again caught breaking into a car Wednesday night. He was caught red handed by the owner of the vehicle, and was held until the police arrived to arrest him.
New from Ashreinu: Summaries of the Rebbe’s talks from the years 1982 – 1992, with more to follow shortly. Accessible by browsing the audio library or searching a specific date.
President of Russia, Mr. Vladmir Putin sent birthday greetings to Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar for his 55th birthday.
We present a photo gallery from photographer Morde’hai Lubecki on his visit to Chabad of Vienna, Austria.
Gan Yisroel of Crown Heights has announced its head staff for the summer of תשע״ט-2019. A new bunk has also been added for children entering Pre1A.
A group of missionaries have been seen walking the streets of Crown Heights today, leaving materials on peoples doorsteps. This form of Missionary work has been seen before in Crown Heights, as the materials are disguised as being Jewish.
It’s not very common for teenagers to be the honorees at a gala event, but that’s exactly what happened on May 22 at Chabad of Southeast Morris County in New Jersey. Oliver Simon and Sophia Smith, a high school junior and senior respectively, were awarded the first Teen Visionary Award at the annual Chabad Cares Gala, alongside three adult leaders.
The Levaya of Rabbi Leibel Andrusier OBM took place Tuesday, and passed by 770. The community came out to honor one of its own, and say farewell.
On Tuesday, Isru Chag, Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati hosted a special Kinnus Torah. A Dvar Torah was given by hatamim Danoel Namdar. At the event, Shiurm in Geulah Moshiach, Nigla and Chassidus were given by Rabbi Shloma Majeski, Rabbi Gershon Avtzon and Rabbi Eliyahu Simpson.
On Sunday the 28th of Iyar, talmidim of Darchai Menachem, together with their parents, grandparents, relatives and friends gathered together to mark the culmination of six weeks of learning Mishnayos and Tanya Be’al Peh, as a present to the Rebbe in honor of his 117th birthday on Yud Alef Nissan.
Hundreds bearing supportive signs and Israeli flags gathered at City Hall on Wednesday for a peace rally in Massachusetts. The event was the community’s response to an anti-Semitic incident that occurred on Memorial Day weekend.
When Sara Covelli walked across the stage at Union College last spring and accepted a rolled parchment proclaiming that she had earned her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy and Climate Change, her parents, Robin Laveman and Irwin Krasnow, sat in the audience, poised to give a graduation gift of a different rolled parchment of great significance.
The completion of a Sefer Torah will take place this Thursday evening in Crown Heights. The torah, commissioned by the Aleph Institute and funded by a philanthropist, is being dedicated in honor of Professor Alan Dershowitz, for his tireless efforts on behalf of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and many others.