JLI presents its unique two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. This week’s video is titled: A Silver Lining.
Documenting the breathtaking anti-Israel bias that entirely dominates the United Nations’ General Assembly, Human Rights Council, and other UN bodies.
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 194, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 2:00pm (Due to Nittel Nacht). This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Why the Exuberant Celebration over Rubashkin’s Release from Prison? Is There Any Significance to Trump’s Announcement About Jerusalem? Chassidus Applied to Nittel; How Much Can Bitachon Change? Why Don’t We Have Pictures of All the Rebbeim? What Are Oros D’Tohu in Kelim D’Tikkun?
The Lubavitch Yeshiva of London arranged for the message of Chanukah to reach nearly two million people, through two magnificent advertising boards at Henley’s corner, one of london’s busiest intersections.
All corners of Kharkov, Ukraine, were lit up with public menorah lightings and Chanukah lights in homes of young and old. This year, a new menorah was lit throughout Chanukah in the Barabashova Market — the largest in Europe.
FACEBOOK LIVE: Dozens are gathered in West Palm Beach Florida, near the Mar-A-Lago resort where President Donald Trump will be staying for the weekend, holding signs in support of him and his recent commuting of the sentence of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin.
In over 15 talks and Farbrengens to 1,500 Jews of all affiliations, Rabbi Simon Jacobson’s message about the power of Chassidus made a lasting impact on Argentinian Jewry.
It was a cold winter night on the second night of Chanukah. Families with children with special needs got a warm welcome as they walked into a beautifully decorated Rosa Hall. Over 400 people attended this exclusive Friendship Circle Family Chanukah Party.
This short video begs a question that each of us should consider asking ourselves from time to time. How do I see myself? Am I simply hammering nails in boards—tasks devoid of meaning and purpose, just getting through each day and killing time? Or are my actions purpose driven? Do they have a higher purpose that ties them all together? Am I building toward achieving some greater goal? Rabbi Pinchas Taylor adds that when we can reflect on why we do all of things that we do, and crystallize the purpose in it all, this also enhances our motivation in performance.
The Chabad Jewish Center of South Dakota held an event to light a Menorah at Mount Rushmore last night, celebrating both the last night of Chanukah and America’s history of religious freedom.
This weekly fast moving — yet inspiring — 1-minute video on the weekly Parsha is created by Yitzchok Schmuckler, a Bochur from Montreal. This week’s video for Parshas Vayigash is titled: Avoiding Evil Isn’t Enough.
A crowd 500 strong stood in the ‘Red Square’ in the Northern Ukrainian city of Chernigov and watched in anticipation as the cherry picker slowly rose up 20 feet to light the giant Menorah. The excitement grew and the pride on that square was palpable.
Chabad of South Broward once again hosted and produced the Worlds’ Largest Annual Chanukah Festival in Hallandale Beach, Florida, with many thousands of people overflowing the three mammoth, glamorous and Disnyesque levels at Gulfstream.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha — Vayigash. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Does G-d want our heart or our action?
The 3rd night Chanukah, Thursday, was a special time in Sydney, Australia. After weeks of preparations, fundraising, advertising, campaigning, building, cooking and drawing, the highly anticipated and longest-standing Chanukah event in Australia (going on 31 Years) finally arrived.
Chabad of Tel Aviv teamed up with the Municipal Government of Israel’s largest city to erect a large, beautiful and artistic Menorah in the center of one of the city’s most famous landmarks – Rabin Square.
Tzivos Hashem presents this video of a cyber-rally for Jewish children all over the world in honor of Chanukah, led by Rabbi Shimi Weinbaum.
This Chanukah, Chabad Houses across the world launched STEM-based learning for the children of their communities in a science-meets-Torah project designed to literally “shed new light” on the holiday season.
Giant menorahs in front of government buildings and in public squares have become a staple of the Holiday season and Jewish cultural and religious life, but the pioneering public menorahs of the 80’s faced stiff legal battles.
Mark Halawa Grew up as a Palestinian refugee in Kuwait, and was taught all his life to hate Jews, until a discovery about his roots and a visit to the Ontario Chabad House of Rabbi Dr. Yitzchok Block, OBM, changed his life.
Life is an opportunity to create a legacy, to leave the world warmer and brighter than we found it, and the flames of the Chanukah menorah teach us 3 lessons for maximizing our impact. Take two short minutes to learn 3 simple and super-practical lessons from the menorah for building a lasting legacy.