Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present this photo of students marching with signs at the Lag Ba’omer Parade of 1980 in Montreal, Canada. Can you identify anyone in the photo?
Daily Archives: May 3, 2017
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $995,000. Negotiable
With the political unrest and anti-Semitic atmosphere in France, it’s understandable that many French Jews have been leaving the country in growing numbers in the past few years to make aliyah.
WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging platform, is currently experiencing an outage, affecting its over one billion users around the globe.
In this rare video a Muslim Israeli woman, talking to her brothers in Arabic, praises and defends the state of Israel on its 69th birthday.
Pinchas and Channy, a newlywed Frum couple who were arrested and jailed in Ukraine after officials found drugs in their baggage – which they claim were planted by people unhappy about their marriage – were freed and are safe in Israel after much diligent work by Jewish activists and local Chabad Shluchim.
Pakistan has extended the house arrest of Hafiz Saeed – an Islamist cleric accused by the US of having masterminded the 2008 terrorist attacks in the Indian port city of Mumbai – by another three months, Pakistani media outlets reported on Tuesday.
Rabbi Nachman Simon, Shliach to Delmar, a suburb of Albany, interviewed New York State Assemblyman Walter Mosley, whose district includes parts of Crown Heights, for a TV talk show called ‘The Jewish View,’ which he co-hosts with Marc Gronich.
After eight years as nomads, Chabad of Frederick, Maryland, led by Rabbi Boruch Labkowski, will have a worship space of their own after purchasing the site of a former church.
On Monday, Hei Iyar, students of Bais Rivka High School participated in a MegaHealth day. The goal was for girls to spend time focusing on the proper way to achieve health in mind, body, and soul, and to raise awareness of the challenges and resources found in our community.
Several Israeli high school groups competed in the championship round of the FIRST Robotics Competition, this year held in Houston. While there, students enjoyed kosher meals and the last days of Passover with Chabad of Uptown.