Most people go to Jamaica to relax, but Rabbi Yaakov Raskin and his wife Mushkee aren’t there to take it easy. As the first-ever permanent Chabad emissaries to the island nation famous for rum, reggae, and runners, they have been hard at work since last fall, serving the Jews who live and vacation there.
Daily Archives: May 27, 2015
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French lawmakers passed a law requiring “religious neutrality” in all educational institutions for children under the age of 6.
A series of marijuana-inspired art classes set to take place at a Jewish center in Aspen were canceled a day after they were announced, the Aspen Daily News reported on Friday.
Bat Mitzvah Club Internationals (BMC), the international club for Jewish girls preparing for their Bat Mitzvah, is excited to announce the launch of its new website www.batmitzvahclub.com.
After more than a year of controversy, Brooklyn Community Board 9 voted Tuesday to again recommend the city study zoning changes in parts of Crown Heights.
The graduating students of Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch in Brunoy, France posed for a group portrait outside the Yeshiva’s campus in the outskirts of Paris today.
For Camp Gan Yisroel West in California, its second season on their new premises sees more activities and growing enrollment in a summer programs for girls and boys.
Hundreds of children have taken two qualifying tests to gain entry into the grand international Chidon Shabbaton. Coordinators in each school have marked the tests that will determine who is eligible to join. The 252 finalists, who have scored highest in their grades, will compete in the Chidon championships, taking place on May 31.
“The sky fell down”—that’s how Rabbi Chaim Lazaroff of Chabad Uptown in Houston describes what happened overnight when an intense rainstorm left much of the Houston metropolitan area submerged. Three people are believed to have died, nearly 1,000 cars have been stranded on freeways and in other areas, and people are continuing to leave the city, if they can.