Friendship Circle of Brooklyn recently released a new music video, starring the siblings of children with special needs, as well as highlighting a few of their past programs and events.
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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.
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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.
Musicologist and publisher Velvel Pasternak, who published more than 150 volumes of Jewish music, has died. Pasternak, who pioneer in recording some of the first records of Nigunim for Lubavitch, the Nichoach series, died on Tuesday in New York City at the age of 86.
The Namdar family, Shluchim in Gothenbrug, Sweden, have been issued a fine of $67,000, after a court found them guilty of not sending their children to public school.
Operation Survival: Watch as Operation Survival discusses bullying in school, and the administrations response with Dr. Rona Novick, PhD. Mrs Novick is the Dean of the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration at Yeshiva University and holds the Raine and Stanley Silverstein Chair in Professional Ethics and Values.
A pilot died, and a scare ensued after a helicopter crashed on the roof of a Manhattan sky scraper Monday. The crash brought back a scare to 9/11, and authorities are investigation the incident.
The Rebbe encouraged everyone, including women and children, to hear the Aseres Hadibros on Shavuos. To help those who would not be able to attend during normal davening times, here are some alternative reading times.
We present an inspiring story, told by singer Yoni Zegelbaum, of the power Torah and Mitzvos. This story, a story for Shavuos shows that even if you don’t realize it at the time, even the small things we do make an impact.
A violent Jewelry heist on a Jewish a Jewish store in Paris was caught on camera Wednesday morning. The entire event, from the entrance to the thieves being caught was documented by surveillance camera and bystanders.
Watch as New York City Judge Ruchie Freier, the first female Orthodox Jewish Judge in New York City, is interviewed by Kikar Hashabbat on her accomplishments, and where the Orthodox Jewish female is headed in the workforce.
Operation Survival: Watch as Operation Survival discusses Mental Illness with David Schwartz, Psy.D., LCSW, a professional counselor for 40 years. David focuses on evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioral health issues.
Last chance to join the Chayal El Chayal raffle in support IDF Lone Soldiers for a chance to win $10,000 cash!
In heart stopping footage, a Jewish toddler was saved after he rode his tricycle into a busy street. A quick thinking driver reacted and averted a disaster.
Crown Heights received its fair share of severe weather Sunday afternoon, with a downpour mixed with hail hammering the Schunah. One enterprising individual braved the safety of his home awning to capture the moment on his phone.
Protesting Israel at the Israel Day Parade in Manhattan has become a yearly occurrence for a group of Neturei Karta activists. This year, a hard hitting video reporter decided to ask a simple question, one you would imagine would have an easy answer. Watch through the stuttering and incoherent response, before the admission that he does not believe they are a terrorist organization.
On Tuesday May 28th, 350 Crown Heights women gathered at Oholei Torah for Operation Survival’s 2nd Annual Evening of Outstanding Parenting Education for Women.
The topics in this week’s 263rd episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Why Do We Eat Dairy on Shavuos? Now That Most of the World’s Jews Live in Israel, Should the Focus Shift from a Disapora-Centric Judaism to an Israel-Centric Judaism? Should We Be More Sensitive to Older Singles When We Bless Them to Find a Shidduch? According to Torah, Are Women Permitted to Vote? Should I Be Learning Deeper Maamorim in Chassidus? and If So, Which? What Does Chassidus Contribute to the Understanding of Mattan Torah?
A wonderful evening of memories and celebrating Yeshivah – Beth Rivkah College’s journey to 70 years young was held at St Kilda Town Hall on Sunday 26th May 2019. With a near 600-strong crowd of alumni, former and current teachers and School Principals in attendance.
There has been yet another hate crime in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The latest incident occurred on Wednesday, when two black teens riding on bikes attacked an Orthodox Jewish man walking on Flushing Ave & Nostrand Ave.
This past Pesach Sheini, Oholei Torah celebrated its 62nd Gala Dinner, a major community event and one that was most cherished by the Rebbe.
The IDF, in an effort led by the Northern Command and the 91st Division, completed the destruction of an attack tunnel that was dug by the Hezbollah terror organization, crossing into Israeli territory from Lebanon. The attack tunnel was dug from the Shi’ite village of Ramiyeh and was exposed by the IDF last January as part of Operation “Northern Shield”.