Weekly Thought: Keeping the Korban Pesach at Home

Why was the first Korban Pesach taken three days in advance of the actual offering? Why was it kept in their homes? Parshas Bo is read always on the Shabbos preceding Yud Shvat, what’s the connection? Rabbi Avrohom Brashevitzky, Shliach to Doral, FL, shares his thoughts on this week’s Parsha – Bo.

Weekly Story: The Greatest Comeback

One year our friend Yaakov received a phone call, Yisroel, his best friend for many years was calling to inform him that he finally found his bashert, a wonderful lady and the chassunah is going to take place sometime later in the year. Yaakov wished Yisroel mazal tov and told him, ‘Nothing will prevent me from attending your wedding. Not even a blizzard. We waited so long for this wonderful day, count me in. And of course if I can help you in any way, please call, it would be my pleasure.”

Shabbos at the Besht: The Holy Encroachment Paradox

This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Dovid Zaklikowski, a freelance journalist and archivist, will lead a discussion on the topic: The Holy Encroachment Paradox. Rabbi Zaklikowski is a freelance journalist living in Brooklyn. He’s authored books on advice for life based on […]

Chabad to Open on the Greek Island of Rhodes

With perfect weather year round and a Jewish quarter dating back to the first century, Rhodes is one of Greece’s most popular tourist destinations. Last year, the island saw more than 150,000 visiting Israelis, and come March 2017, they and the island’s small Jewish community will have a Chabad center all their own.