ConEdison workers cut the electricity Monday morning to 749 Eastern Parkway, the Yeshiva dorm infamous for lawlessness and total lack of oversight.
Daily Archives: December 14, 2015
As we complete the eight day of Chanukah, Oholei Torah’s executive director, Rabbi Joseph Rosenfeld, shared with us 8 highlights of Oholei Torah over the year of 2015.
While menorah-lighting ceremonies in Dizengoff Square in downtown Tel Aviv have been a familiar Chanukah scene for the last 35 years, a thousand dreidels spinning simultaneously at nearby Rabin Square has been a rather new development.
The Bedford-Union Armory in Crown Heights, which recently hosted Chabad’s Kinus Hashlucim workshops and Satmar’s 21 Kislev celebrations, will soon be sold to a developer, who plans to tear down the structure and replace it with housing units.
The Crown Heights community is cordially invited to celebrate the completion of a Sefer Torah, which was dedicated in memory of Nechama bas Reb Yaakov Mordechai, OBM, and for a complete and speedy recovery for her husband, Rabbi Yehoshua Wilansky, may he live and be well.
Ezra Schwartz embodied the spirit of Chanukah, his mother said last night as she took on the emotional task of lighting a community menorah in honor of her son, the Sharon, Massachusetts, teen slain in Israel less than a month ago.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Reb Sholom Schtraks, OBM, of London, UK, a devout Chosid, and dedicated husband and father to Chabad Chassidim and Shluchim all over the world.
Martin Place, Sydney, the spot from where the entire country of Australia was held hostage for 16 hours amid a terror attack one year ago, hosted a festive and joyous Chanukah celebration.
The final night of Chanukah was celebrated with an especially festive glow on Sunday Night during an Islanders Hockey game at the Brooklyn Barclay’s Center. Thousands of people—with many of them being Jewish teens who attended with the 36 CTeen chapters from the tri-state area—packed the seats of the Brooklyn’s premier sports stadium and were treated to a glorious Chanukah event that featured acclaimed Israeli superstar Gad Elbaz, a half time performance by the world renowned folk singer Levi Robin, and a lighting of an ice menorah.
At least eleven people were wounded in a vehicular ramming attack near the Chords Bridge at the entrance to Jerusalem on Monday afternoon.
One of the largest Chanukah celebrations in Houston history took place on the steps of City Hall.