After leading a Passover service earlier this year, Rabbi Avromy and Sternie Super have been appointed as the first permanent Chabad Shluchim to the East African country where they will lead the 112-year-old Nairobi Hebrew Congregation in Kenya.
Daily Archives: July 12, 2016
An Israeli chef reveals his latest recipe in honor of the onset of summer: car pizza.
Col. Jacob Goldstein, formerly the chairman of Community Board 9, which encompasses the southern portion of Crown Heights, has filed a Federal lawsuit against Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights by firing him from the board for speaking out to the media.
A new Sefer Torah was completed and dedicated to the French-speaking Jewish community of New York. The new scroll was joyously welcomed in 770 on Sunday, 4 Tammuz.
30 years have passed since reactor No. 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Soviet Ukraine exploded in the early morning hours of April 26, 1986, shooting radioactive particles high into the atmosphere and causing the worst nuclear disaster in history.
Rabbi Yossi Freedman, co-director of Chabad of Downtown Cleveland, said the Chabad will offer a space downtown for prayers, services and food during the Republican National Convention, which begins next Monday, July 18.
Rabbi Yitzchok Twerski, son of the Skverer Rebbe, dances with renowned educator Rabbi Zalman Leib Markowitz at his son’s wedding in Oholei Torah, along with Chief Rabbi of Russia Rabbi Berel Lazar.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Chukas. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Are ‘Irrational’ Mitzvos Important?
A horrifying and tragic accident occurred in central Israel this morning; a woman and a young girl were crushed by a piece of heavy construction equipment that fell off of a flatbed truck, killing the woman and critically injuring the child. The woman was identified as Mrs. Chana Geula Dweck, OBM, sister of beloved Crown Heights caterer Reb Dovid Malka, OBM.
The Federation of Jewish Communities in Russia’s publishing house “Knizhniki” showcased the first results of its massive Talmudic translation project last Sunday: tractate Brachot, published in two volumes, was presented to the general public at a press conference during the Yahad youth forum.