European rabbis learn self-defense at a rabbinical conference hosted at the Chabad Center of Berlin earlier this month.
Daily Archives: March 14, 2016
It’s been a few months since Torah Treasure released a DVD. However producer Chaim Hershkowitz is hard at work developing a new video aimed at Chabad children of all ages.
Bais Chaya Mushka of Los Angeles celebrated Rosh Chodesh Adar Sheini in fantastic style with back-to-back Mother/Daughter and Hakhel gatherings.
The Brooklyn D.A.’s Office has dropped hate crime charges against Keny Rochelin, the 26-year-old man arrested for the stabbing of Leiby Brickman in Crown Heights one month ago and another two people in Prospect Park last week, saying the suspect is likely suffering from mental illness and didn’t stab Brikman because he is Jewish.
A Chasidic man from Williamsburg is being hailed a hero after rescuing a 52-year-old Asian woman who attempted to jump off from the Brooklyn Bridge Monday morning, witnesses said.
Close to 3,000 people turned out at Ateres Chaya on Motzei Shabbos for a dinner honoring over twenty dozen Orthodox Jewish men and women who donated kidneys through Renewal, a nonprofit organization dedicated to assisting people suffering from various forms of kidney disease.
Chasidic Jews in the Montreal borough of Outremont are left wondering whether they will be able to celebrate Purim as usual this year, after the borough began to enforce an ordinance banning a cherished Purim tradition.
Be inspired by this powerful ballad, originally performed by Shuki Sadon and composed, produced, and arranged by Udi Damari, truly reflects the resilience and hope we have as a united people during these difficult times. The Blue Melody orchestra and Benny Friedman came together to bring you this emotional and stirring rendition of “Libi.”
It took 10 years, but a small but dedicated group in Kingston, N.Y., recently completed the study of the entire Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, the popular abridgement of the “Code of Jewish Law” authored by Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried, the 19th-century rabbi of Ungvar, Hungary (now Uzhgorod, Ukraine).