Transit officials say anti-Semitic graffiti incidents are the top subway bias crime investigated so far this year by the New York Police Department.
Daily Archives: April 25, 2017
Lag B`omer, 1987 will forever be remembered as one of the most exciting and inspirational Lag B`omer celebrations in Jewish history. With hundreds of thousands of children around the world marching in parades sponsored by Chabad-Lubavitch.
Some thirty children arrive every morning to the Gan Yeladim Jewish preschool in Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Raizel Shemtov, a Chabad emissary to the city since 1987 and director of the preschool, has developed a holistic Jewish curriculum earning her rave reviews from parents and educators in the tight-knit Jewish community, and a five-star rating from the Ohio Department of Education.
Rabbi Yosef Langer strolls down Sixth Street in San Francisco’s South-of-Market neighborhood like a politician on the campaign trail, stopping to shmooze with people along the way.
It’s “possible” that the United States will not remain in the Iran nuclear deal, President Donald Trump said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing free, full-day early childhood education for all of New York City’s 3-year-olds by the fall of 2021.
Close to 200 yeshiva high school students from Long Island turned out Monday on Holocaust Remembrance Day to demonstrate in front of the home of a 92-year-old former Nazi guard in Queens, demanding that he be extradited to Germany and forced to stand trial for war crimes.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre, who is running against Mark Levine for a New York City Council seat in upper Manhattan, released this campaign video on Holocaust Remembrance Day, in which he pledges to fight “greedy Jewish landlords.”
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Tazria-Metzora. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can you be guaranteed to have success?