The Lubavitch community of Montreal united for a Siyum HaRambam and Hakhel gathering yesterday in the hall of Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim.
Daily Archives: November 18, 2015
Since its founding at the behest of the Frierdiker Rebbe in 1949, Kfar Chabad has never had official street names. Residents and visitors would use familiar landmarks to find their way around the village.
Today, Wednesday, Oholei Torah elementary school held a massive Siyum HaRambam and Hakhel gathering for all students from grades 2 through 8.
A Lubavitcher school teacher in Marseilles, France, was stabbed by three people claiming to be supporters of the Islamic State terror organization. He is expected to survive.
On his way to Israel with his family recently, Jewish businessman Shlomo Rechniz had a temporary stopover in Shannon, Ireland. When entering the airport, he saw approximately 400 American soldiers. Most were eating army meals from a paper bag, while the regular passengers were eating at the various trendy restaurants in the area.
An armed suspect fleeing from police officers was shot and wounded at around 12:30pm today on Montgomery Street between Kingston and Brooklyn Avenues in the heart of Crown Heights.
Chabad-Lubavitch of Northeast London and Essex led an emotional and inspiring trip to Poland by chartering a full plane with 144 participants.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Vayeitzei. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Where can we find strength to overcome challenges?
Two young talmidim of Melbourne’s Cheder Levi Yitzchok made the world’s first Siyum HaRambam of 5776 on Wednesday morning.
More than 600 people came to Marlboro Middle School to hear Eva Geiringer Schloss share her personal story of survival and her message of the dangers of hatred and intolerance. The program was organized by Chabad of Western Monmouth County, NJ.