Police arrested 13 Haredi men during a protest in front of the home of Rabbi Moshe Havlin, the chief rabbi of Kiryat Gat, on Monday. The demonstrators were protesting against the recently negotiated agreement between Chabad yeshivas and the IDF, which rabbi Havlin signed.
Daily Archives: December 13, 2016
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is on a state visit to Azerbaijan, visited the Chabad Ohr Avner Education Center for Jewish children in Baku together with his wife.
13-year-old Shneur Zalman Boaron, who was critically injured after being hit by an SUV while crossing Kingston Ave. on his way to school last Tuesday, has opened his eyes for the first time since the accident.
The boys’ division of the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn got together to celebrate the auspicious month of Kislev with a Farbrengen and Pre-Chanukah Party.
On Monday, December 12, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner kicked off the state’s annual Chanukah Celebration at the James R. Thompson Center in Chicago. A Chanukah menorah will be on display at the Thompson Center from now until the end of 2016.
On Wednesday, 14 Kislev (December 14), there will be a rally at the Ohel for all children ages 5 to 12, featuring a grand game show, a raffle, Sandwiches and an amazing program. Buses will leave 770 at 5:00pm and return at 7:45pm. Transportation will cost $3.
Seeds in the Middle, an organization dedicated to bridging the gap between Crown Heights’ diverse communities via youth programs, hosted an event at Mendy’s Deli on Sunday, at which children from all backgrounds united to create a banner for the upcoming Winter Fest to take place later this week.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Vayishlach. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: What is the key to the greatest blessings?
Now in its tenth year, Bnos Chomesh has reached a very special milestone: the purchase of a building that its students can call home. A fundraising campaign has been launched to help them complete the purchase.
Walk down the block-long Ole Suhrs Gade Street in Copenhagen—from the Botanical Gardens at one end to Sortedams Lake at the other—and there is a certain old-world charm. Neighbors engage in quiet conversation or sip coffee at corner cafes, with dozens of bicycles parked in racks or leaning against the long rows of similar-appearing, walk-up apartment buildings that line both sides of the street. It is therefore easy to walk right past #10 Ole Suhrs Gade without noticing anything special.