With great sadness we inform you of the passing of Reb Chaim Serebryanski, a Chossid of the Frierdiker Rebbe and The Rebbe who fought to liberate Jews from soviet Russia, and for Jewish causes as a Shliach of the Rebbe in Australia. He was 85 years old.
Daily Archives: March 25, 2015
An impromptu memorial materialized yesterday at the home of the Sassoon family in Flatbush, where seven children died in a fire last Friday night. Mourners left flowers, candles and well wishes in front of the boarded-up and barricaded home, along with a front-page clipping of the NY Post that reads “Goodbye Angels.”
Children all over the world have anxiously been waiting for the next adventure in the ‘Wonders of Hashem” series and it’s finally here! In this next adventure Ari and his Abba take a trip out to sea to learn all about fish and mammals that live in the ocean.
Raskin’s Fish Market has been serving fresh seafood to customers since 1961 when its owner, Shlomo Raskin, first opened for business. Between ice beds full of fish and refrigerators stocked with prepared foods — including Raskin’s own brand of gefilte fish — customers line up to order, careful to avoid slipping on melting ice and fish slime. It’s part of the charm!
After suffering in silence for almost 10 years, a young Los Angeles mother recounted to a large crowd about the three long years of abuse that she endured from the age of 14 – at the hands of a well-loved rabbi and trusted family friend.
A few weeks after registration opened for Pesach ‘Merkos Shlichus,’ the Bochurim who signed up were called to Merkos’ offices at Chabad HQ where they displayed their expertise at leading a public Seder and their knowledge of the necessary Halachos.
Mendel Einbinder, a self-taught Lubavitcher musician, has released his debut single – an instrumental track titled ‘Ascend,’ which he composed and performs on violin and piano.
This morning, in the heart of Crown Heights and in broad daylight, a group of teenagers attempted to mug a Jewish man with a firearm. A volunteer for the Crown Heights Shomrim witnessed the mugging, and successfully put a stop to it.
The Chabad Jewish Educational Center in Berlin prepared around 1,000 Pesach packages, with Matzah, kosher wine, gefilte fish, vegetables and other foods for the holiday. These packages were shared with those families which due to their financial situation could not afford celebrating Pesach properly.
We all know the importance of having smoke detectors in our homes, but unfortunately most of us don’t know enough about them. How many times have we heard about smoke detectors having dead batteries? Or no batteries? Or missing entirely?
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Tzav. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can one be always happy?
In two separate interviews today in Israel, Gabriel Sassoon, the father of the seven children who died in this weekend’s shocking fire in Midwood, shared his thoughts on the unspeakable tragedy that destroyed his family.