A special reunion took place in Israel—one that had the power to bring the strongest and bravest of men to tears.
Daily Archives: April 25, 2016
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Congregants at Chabad of Gloucester County in Mullica, New Jersey, participated in a historic moment Saturday, as Rabbi Avi Richler read from a new sefer Torah for the first time.
Police have identified a pattern of work van break-ins in the neighborhood in recent months, committed by burglars who steal tools and equipment from parked vehicles.
Following an anti-Semitic tirade containing medieval conspiracy theories about Jews delivered by a politician from Russian President Vladimir Putin’s party, Rabbi Berel Lazar, chief rabbi and head of Chabad in Russia, called on the government to stamp out hate speech against Jews.
On Thursday morning, a non-Jewish man burst into the Apta Shul on Wallabout Street and Lee Avenue in Williamsburg and went on a rampage – flipping tables and benches and throwing chairs and books. The disturbing incident was caught on surveillance video.
More than a dozen members of a Jewish family were hospitalized for carbon monoxide exposure over the first days of Pesach in New Rochelle, a suburb of New York City near the Bronx. The family had a working carbon monoxide detector, which alerted them to the danger and almost certainly saved their lives.
A unique partnership between Chabad in Nigeria and an Israeli-owned security company enabled six large public Seders to take place in Africa’s largest country for the first time in history.
Tens of thousands of Jews visited the Western Wall Monday morning for the traditional Bircahs Kohanim ceremony on Chol HaMoed Pesach.