President Donald Trump‘s daughter, Ivanka, and her husband Jared Kushner walk to the Chabad Shul in Washington D.C. with their two children on the first day of Sukkos. In Jared’s hand is a lulav and a Kfar Chabad Esrog.
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Yesterday, Rabbi Levi Wilhelm of Chabad of Las Vegas handed out pizza and drinks to law enforcement officers in the hours after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. “Thank you for everything you have done the last couple hours,” he said to them; “we can’t thank you enough for your service.”
The King of Jewish Music, Mordechai Ben David, was spotted purchasing a Kfar Chabad Esrog at Bingo Wholesale in Borough Park.
The President of France, Emanuel Macron, delivered a message for the French community living in New York. After his speech, the president spoke for a couple of minutes with Rabbi Mikhael Cohen, director of the French Jewish Community Center of New York, wishing him in Hebrew “Shana Tova” and to transmit the message to the Jewish community.
Worshippers gather on Motzei Shabbos to recite Selichos at Anshei Lubawitz of Borough Park. On October 19th, Judge Martin M. Solomon will decide the fate of this historic synagogue.
Puppeteer Dovid Taub of Itche Kadoozy fame on the set of Mitzventions, a new video series that will be released by the makers of Mitzvah Boulevard next month.
Over a dozen Sifrei Torah of The Shul of Bal Hourbour, Florida, are wrapped in waterproof bags in anticipation of Hurricane Irma over the weekend. The area is under a mandatory evacuation order issued by Miami-Dade officials.
Yeshiva Torah Ohr of North Miami Beach, under the leadership of Rabbi Emmanuel Storfer, continued learning Torah Thursday morning, despite the frantic preparations for the looming Hurricane Irma all around them. Later that afternoon, the Yeshiva departed for a Shabbaton to a more central and less Hurricane prone area of Florida.
“NYC HASIDIC DRIVERS IN MINIVANS ARE DEADLY!! LOCALS BE CAREFUL!” is the anti-Semitic message scrawled on a garbage bin outside the popular Stewart’s gas station in Fallsburg, NY, a popular summer destination for Chasidic families from New York City.
While two Bochurim are traveling across the country printing Tanyas, they met with the Secretary of State of Maine, Matthew Dunlap, with whom they posed for a selfie while printing Tanyas in the Maine Capitol building.
The Chief Sephardic Rabbi of Jerusalem, and formerly Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Shlomo Amar, visited the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens today, accompanied by Rabbi Moshe Havlin, Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Gat.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, Shliach to Southwest Florida, is seen off by local dignitaries prior to his departure on a mission to Israel.
On ‘International Day’ at Bais Rivkah Day Camp, the girls wished board member Mr. Yerachmiel Jacobson a happy birthday and send him a cake to thank him for his hard work and tireless efforts on behalf of the school.
A new set of rules for proper conduct inside 770 has been posted by the Gaboim. Do you agree with all of them? Anything missing from the list? Share your opinion in the comments section.
Rabbi Aron Rakeffet, Mashpia at YU-Israel and Rosh Hakollel of Gruss Kollel in Jerusalem, met with the Rebbe’s secretary Rabbi Leibel Groner yesterday, Wednesday, while paying a visit to 770.
The first 9-Days Siyum in the world took place on Sunday in Sydney, Australia, led by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Feldman at the Yeshiva Centre in Bondi. Refreshments were sponsored by Reb Shmuel Scuri in memory of his father OBM.
A confused driver sent us this photo he captured while approaching the intersection of the Eastern Parkway service lane and Kingston Ave.
On Monday, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, vice chairman of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, visited the city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, where he met with local shliach Rabbi Pinchas Zaklas and visited the new Jewish center that is currently under construction.
A Jewish teen accompanying Rabbi Moshe Rapoport from Mequon, WI, on the CTeen Heritage Quest trip to Israel helps a fellow Jew put on Tefilin on the streets of Jerusalem.
Workers trimmed and pruned the now-iconic tree in the front yard of 770 to ensure its long-term health.
A large billboard with a picture of the Rebbe was erected in Montreal in honor of both Gimmel Tammuz and the 50th anniversary of Mivtza Tefilin. The billboard says in French “Jubilee of the Rebbe’s message: Putting on Tefilin hastens the redemption.”
Reb Yoel Kahan, the Rebbe’s ‘Chozer,’ greets Russia’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar and Moscow oligarch and philanthropist German Zacharayev, who arrived in New York to visit the Rebbe’s gravesite on Gimmel Tammuz.