Lubavitcher Yeshiva Chovevei Torah held a Siyum HaRambam with a special program which included a meal, music and rewards.
Daily Archives: February 5, 2013
Why is Rambam specified as the uniting factor for all Jews? Rabbi Avrohom Shemtov delivers an impassioned speech explaining why the Lubavitcher Rebbe chose the Rambam for daily study. The Rambam united all 613 mitzvahs in his works, and our studying that unification together fosters peace in the world and specifically in Eretz Hakodesh.
Hundreds of members of the Jewish community in Antwerp attened the Leveaya of Rebbetzin Chaya Leiberman OBM, wife of the Mara D’Asra Rabbi Dovid Moshe Leiberman YBDL”T.
Packing hundreds of a exciting an energetic girls into a single photo is no small feat, our photographer brings you a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to set such a picture up.
President Barack Obama will visit Israel in the spring, the White House said Tuesday, marking Obama’s first visit to the staunch U.S. ally since becoming president.
Caricature artist Yechiel Ofner drew up what tomorrows children may ask their father. With the advent of technology permeating deeper in our day to day lives, seforim and books may become obsolete.
Sitting with an Imam on one side, a priest on the other and a Jewish anti-Zionist opposite was never going to make the question, “Is criticism of Israel Anti Semitic,” an easy one. That was the big question on yesterday’s BBC1 ‘The Big Questions’ program. The question emerged on the back of MP David Ward saying he’s surprised Jews haven’t learned the lessons of the Holocaust in the way they treat Palestinians.
Pictures from the wedding of Levi Yitzchok Kotlarsky (Crown Heights) and Mushky Pewzner (Harrisburg, PA) which took place in the Oholei Torah Ballroom Monday night. Photos by Benams and Michal Weiss
It was a celebration for the ages, and of many ages in Ellington, Conn., when a synagogue celebrated its 100th birthday with the special birthday of another–the Bar Mitzvah of a boy whose family has been part of the congregation for four generations.
In preparation for Chof Bais Shvat, Bais Rebbe Middle School of Los Angeles California launched a “Kol Kevuda Bas Melech Penima” program. The goal of the program was to improve each student’s derech eretz and instill within each girl the necessary tools to live up to the bas melech that she is.