At last year’s Kinus Hashluchim, the International Moshiach Campaign of “Merkos 302” took up a new initiative— to provide a compelling thought on Moshiach for every day of the year. The fruit of their labor has just been published in a new book, Moshiach Day by Day.
Daily Archives: December 15, 2011
Almost nine years after the first American tanks began massing on the Iraq border, the Pentagon declared an official end to its mission here, closing a troubled conflict that helped reshape American politics and left a bitter legacy of anti-American sentiment across the Muslim world.
This past Yud Kislev, the students of the Lubavitch Educational Center in Miami were treated to something very special.
In this 10th installment of the series, Rebbetzin Chana describes how she and her husband Reb Levik, unable to attend their son’s wedding in Warsaw, celebrated the occasion in their apartment in Dnepropetrovsk.
Parents, supporters, friends and members of the greater Monsey community gathered this past Sunday night in the ballroom of the Regency Banquet and Conference Center in Nanuet, for the fourth annual Monsey Beis Chaya Mushka High School for Girls dinner.
The Lubavitch community in Miami Beach got together last night for a Yud Tes Kislev Farbrengen at the Jewish Learning Center on 41st St. Attending were Rabbi Avrohom Korf, Head Shliach to Florida, who gave the opening address; Rabbi Leibel Schapiro, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Gedola of Greater Miami; Rabbi Pinchas Weberman who made a ‘Siyum HaShas;’ and Guest Speaker Rabbi Yossi Groner, Head Shliach to the Carolinas, who gave the keynote address.
Algemeiner Cartoonist Chava Light gives her take on why Matisyahu really trimmed his stubble.
CROWN HEIGHTS [CHI] — Earlier this week, executives from the Port Authority visited Crown Heights and the Lubavitch World Headquarters. They were accompanied by Rabbi Sholom Moshe Paltiel, Shliach in Port Washington, New York and Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky of Merkos Linyonei Chinuch.
To preface, I’m a 21 year old bochur who is currently in his last stage of the “system.” We all hear the statement that “the Yeshiva System is messed up;” it is echoed daily by people all across Lubavitch: students, parents, teachers, Shluchim, observers, etc.
In honor of Yud Tes Kislev, we present this unique photo from the archives of Shmuel Zalmanov of Israeli President Mr. Shneur Zalman Rubishov (Shazar) arriving at the central Yud Tes Kislev farbrengen in Kfar Chabad during the ’60s.
Monday night, some 20 people gathered for an innovative Torah study session. Between bites of Sushi, their excited voices filled the room as they took turns learning. Known as Chavrusa Sushi, the program brings in young professionals living in Crown Heights for a series of one-on-one, chavrusa, learning sessions.
A unique opportunity to glimpse behind the scenes and meet with one of Chabad’s most inﬂuential thinkers. For the past thirty-ﬁve years Rabbi Eliemelech Zweibel has been the teacher and spiritual mentor of a generation of Chabad Rabbis, at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ. He is a major contributor to this generation’s leading works on chassidic philosophy.
New Yorkers may get one or more text messages on their cell phones Thursday as part of a test of a new national alert system.
Looking for something to do for Chanukah? CBS’ flagship station rated what it called the top eight holiday celebrations in New York City, and two of the parties featured by reporter Carly Sitzer are among the largest bashes hosted by local Chabad-Lubavitch centers.