Rabbi Benny Hershcovich, Shliach in Cabo S. Lucas, Mexico, delivers his brief and hilarious thought on this week’s Parsha, Tazria. This week Rabbi Benny answers the question: If the portion speaks about such a severe impurity as Tzara’at, then why would the portion be called with the name Tazria, which refers to conception and life?
Daily Archives: April 8, 2016
40 students at Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch of Queens studied and memorized the Rebbe’s Sichos on different holidays to commemorate the 13th Yahrtzeit of Batsheva Kanelsky, OBM.
Winding down its first successful year, Mesivta Lev Tmimim-Lubavitch of Monsey launched a campaign to set the foundations for its continued growth. The campaign was successful beyond their wildest imaginations.
An Orthodox-Jewish man was slashed on a Manhattan subway platform in a possibly random attack early this morning.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Nochum Zajac will lead a discussion on the topic – Chometz in the workplace on Pesach.
Nissan Mindel Mindel publications, directed by Rabbi Sholom and Frida Shapiro, has released a third volume of the popular series The Letter and the Spirit, containing a wide array of the Rebbe’s letters from the archives of Rabbi Dr. Nissan Mindel, a personal secretary to the Previous Rebbe and The Rebbe, whose responsibilities included the Rebbe’s correspondence in English.
CHK, the Kashrus division of the Beis Din of Crown Heights, headed by Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba, released a list of products that are under its supervision for Pesach this year.
Itchke’s Shtiebel was founded close to 10 years ago on the premise of Ahavas Yisroel. It is a place where you can walk in without being judged, where you won’t feel uncomfortable, where you won’t be sure if you can sit at a table and feel out of place.
Every year before Pesach, the Chief Rabbi and Shliach to Kiev, Rabbi Yonathan B. Markovitch, meets with the heads of the Ukrainian government and gives them Matza Shmura.
While the Rabbi thought he was being polite, the woman felt he was being overbearing. She replied, “why would anyone want to speak to a person like you who has no decency whatsoever? You see, I must rush back to my work and you are delaying and aggravating me. I came here with my sick son and you tried to corner me in a time of vulnerability. No, I never would want to speak to a Rabbi like you, and I will inform my friends and associates of what an indecent person this new Rabbi is!”
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe talking to someone at a Farbrengen, circa mid 1980s.