The Speaker of the Israeli Knesset, Mr. Yuli Edelstein, completed an official state visit to Russia by meeting with the community leaders and Shluchim operating in Moscow and its surrounding area, led by Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar.
Daily Archives: June 29, 2017
Camp Gan Yisroel-NY started with a bang as the buses rolled away from Eastern Parkway on Wednesday morning and the campers headed off to what will surely be the best summer over their lives.
If there ever was any doubt as to the true intentions of Iran’s nuclear ambitions and ballistic missile programs, this should lay it to rest.
Rabbi Yehuda Kaploun, President of Water-Gen USA and a Lubavitcher chassid, chose to sign off his public address at the United Nations Headquarters by mentioning that the day coincided with the third of Tammuz, and reiterating the berachah delivered by the Rebbe at the end of every Farbrengen: “May we merit the building of the Beis Hamikdash in Yerushalayim Ir Hakodesh, with the coming of Mashiach Tzidkeinu.”
NYPD detectives have identified a potential suspect in the torching of a Jewish “Art Bus” in Crown Heights, which is being treated as a hate crime. They are seeking the public’s assistance in apprehending him.
Rabbi and Mrs. Shimon and Goldie Feld live in Teaneck, New Jersey. They were interviewed at the My Encounter studio in Brooklyn in March of 2016.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Shaindel Coleman, OBM, of London, UK, beloved and devoted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.
Rabbi Yossi Lew, Shliach to Atlanta, Georgia, spent a week in Sydney, Australia, to inspire and strengthen with the community in honor of Gimmel Tammuz.
A Jewish man was attacked and maced by a group of teens while sitting in his car and waiting at a traffic signal in Crown Heights. An eyewitness said the teens were filming the attack.
At one point or another many people feel as if life were like a giant hamster wheel. We may have a period where we feel that things are just an endless routine and that we aren’t really progressing anywhere. We feel stuck. Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that sometimes those are the very moments which are shaping us for greatness.