Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Tetzaveh. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Who is Moshiach, and how can one be connected to him?
Daily Archives: February 23, 2015
In light of a number of recent incidents where motorists were pulled over and arrested after it was discovered their license was suspended, Shomrim has issued a notification for drivers to check the status of their licenses.
The French Consulate of New York yesterday hosted a luncheon with the visiting Chief Rabbi of France, Rabbi Haim Korsia, and Rabbi Mikhael Cohen, Founder and Executive Director of Jewish-French Community Center of New York.
Three cars were involved in a collision on Kingston Avenue Monday afternoon, all set in motion after one car rear-ended an SUV which then collided with a taxi. One woman was hurt and was transported by Hatzalah.
As the Royal Commission Hearings on Child Abuse rip through the heart of Australia’s Orthodox-Jewish community, one Sydney Chabad Shliach – Rabbi Danny Yaffe – wrote the following heartfelt open letter, which was published in the local Jewish Media outlet J-Wire.
On Chof Beis Shvat, Rabbi Y. Karp’s 5th grade class at United Lubavitcher Yeshiva-Ocean Parkway honored the Rebbetzin’s yahrzeit by making a siyum on Mishnayos Sukka, led by Hatomim Meir Levy. He concluded the mesechta beautifully, with a dvar Torah and explanation according to the Rebbe.
Alternate Side Parking regulations will be suspended Tuesday, February 24, to facilitate snow removal. Payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout the city.
A U.S. jury has concluded today that the Palestinian Authority is responsible for terrorist attacks in Israel that killed or wounded Americans, and awarded the victims $218.5 million in damages.
Chabad has become the center of an ongoing Israeli political battle dubbed by many ‘the war of recordings.’ Recently a decade-old recording was released in which Rabbi Meir Mazuz, the spiritual leader of the Yachad party, is heard attacking Chabad in nasty terms.
Three cars were involved in a major collision on Eastern Parkway Monday morning, sending a number of drivers and passengers to nearby hospitals with injuries.
The Jewish community of Moscow, known for its inspiring congregation, spiritual leaders, educational institutions, state of the art museum and warm hospitality – has begun a new program calling Jewish youth from across the land to enjoy an inspiring Shabbat weekend.
In this latest episode of Between Two Jews, host Moshe Karvitsky brings you the inside scoop on travel deals and credit card points with the CEO of Miles Marketeer Chaim Hertzel.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Monday, February 23 to facilitate snow removal. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.