A Russian appeals court affirmed the expulsion order issued against an American Chabad rabbi working in Sochi, in what a local leader of the Chabad movement called a “dark day” for Jews.
For the second time in less than a year, a federal court in Florida rejected a lawsuit against Chabad of East Boca and gave the congregation a crucial win on the road to building their new synagogue, just weeks before Pesach.
Veteran Baal Menagen Rabbi Sholom Brochstat was walking along President Street towards 770 on a recent morning, when suddenly, out of nowhere, a brand new Niggun came to his lips. He quickly entered a Shul he was passing by, opened a Tehilim to the Rebbe’s new Kapital, and asked a stranger to record him singing it.
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As the Rebbe’s 115th birthday nears, Bochurim around the world are preparing by giving a ‘Birthday Gift’, and following a request of the Rebbe, it is appropriately connected to Torah learning.
As far as super-parents go, the Friendship Circle parent body tops the list. As part of their ongoing mission to offer respite to their parents, the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn hosted their annual “Parents Night Out” this past Tuesday.
Participants of the LA Marathon found nourishment and support for both body and soul while racing past the JEM Community Center on route this Sunday.
A large menorah that stands on the lawn outside of San Diego State University’s (SDSU) Chabad House was damaged on Thursday night by a group of students.
Inspired by the 75 year anniversary of Bais Rivkah Schools, the high school students got thinking. How did their school receive it’s name? Who is Rebbetzin Rivkah? Why did the Frierdiker Rebbe deem it so important to name his ground-breaking school for women after his grandmother?
As Belgian royals, families of victims marked Wednesday the first anniversary of the Brussels terror attacks which killed 32 people and wounded hundreds at the airport and at a metro station, a remembrance event was held at the European Jewish Building in the heart of the EU institutions.
More than 600 people joined the Rabbinical College of America’s National Founders’ Dinner on March 16th to honor Dr. David Shulkin, United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and Israel’s Ambassador Dani Dayan for their dedication and service to the community.
Camp Emunah B’nos Yaakov Yehudah is happy to welcome Rabbi Levi and Leah Davidson from Nachlaot, Israel (formerly of Crown Heights) to the BJJ Family.
For two consecutive Sundays during the month of Adar, the six Oholei Torah Pre-1A classes celebrated their siddur parties.
This week’s parshah, Vayakhel-Pekudei, begins with a special reminder about the importance of observing Shabbos in all of its details. What better timing to announce that the complete Hilchos Shabbos of the Alter Rebbe’s Shulchan Aruch is now available online for the first time.
The Makava Rebbe, Rabbi Shimon Lemberger Shlita, paid a visit to the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens during a visit to New York from his home in Kiryat Ata, Israel.
A large fire broke out at the gravesite of the Alter Rebbe, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, located in the town of Hadiach, Ukraine.
It was another ordinary Saturday afternoon when Chabad Rabbi Zvi Yaakov Zwiebel stepped out of the Chabad Librescu Jewish Student Center, located just across the street from Virginia Tech University, to find the lawn littered with over a hundred leaflets bearing hand-drawn swastikas.
Between two intense learning campaigns, for Yud Shevat and Yud Aleph Nissan, the Mechina students of Cheder at the Ohel were treated to a fascinating, fun and inspiring trip to Crown Heights.
Chabad rabbis are on a mission to make sure that every Jewish home in South Jersey has a Mezuzah.
Rabbi Zvi Zwiebel stepped out of the Chabad Librescu Jewish Student Center at Virginia Tech on Shabbos afternoon to get some fresh air. He was met with nearly 100 hand-drawn swastikas emblazoned on leaflets littered across the front lawn, still dry in the light afternoon rain.
An Israeli boy who was mentored for his Bar Mitzvah by Bochurim of the Chabad Yeshiva in Kiryat Gat, Israel, arrived there this morning with his family to celebrate the joyous occasion with the entire Yeshiva.
Around thirty Shluchim from around Europe gathered in Paris for a two-day seminar on the laws of Chupah V’kidushin, delivered by a roster of world renowned experts on the subject.
This week, youth organizations throughout the country will host various open forums to discuss the challenges faced by today’s youth, allowing individuals to share their personal experiences and ideas for how we should be addressing these pervasive issues as a community. And Crown Heights will be no different.