Camp videographer Motty Reizes captured the fourth week of excitement, inspiration and fun at Camp Gan Yisroel-New York, featuring BOG War, a grand trip to Six Flags, and much more.
Daily Archives: July 26, 2017
Hundreds of Jewish children attended seven Gan Yisroel Camps throughout Moscow this summer. For many, it was their only opportunity all year to have a Jewish experience.
Chabad.org is once again proud to partner with the NCFJE, which has been broadcasting live siyumim on the radio for over thirty years, to bring you live broadcasts of daily siyumim for the nine days.
For the first time ever, the popular Moshiach Times character, “The Shpy” will now be featured in his very own video.
JLI presents its unique one-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from the weekly Parsha. This week’s video for Shabbos Chazon is titled: A Child and a Suit.
Crown Heights Women for the Safety and Integrity of Israel, an advocacy group, protested a decision by the Israeli Government to remove security measures from the Temple Mount, such as metal detectors, which were recently installed in the aftermath of a terror attack that left an Israeli policeman dead.
Dozens of members of the Lubavitch community in Toronto celebrated the 2-year anniversary of their early-morning Chasidus Shiur, which takes place every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:20am – rain, snow or shine.
At a press conference held yesterday in Crown Heights, State Sen. Jesse Hamilton and Assemblywoman Tremaine Wright unveiled a bill they will introduce in Albany that will decriminalize turnstile-jumping, making arrests for the offense a thing of the past. Violators will instead be hit with a $100 fine.
When we’re working on something and it doesn’t work out, sometimes we not only think to ourselves, “I failed this time,” we think, “I’m a failure.” Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that we sometimes tend to see successful people in their final state. We forget that the most accomplished people in history, also had their own share of failures and bumps along the way.
The first 9-Days Siyum in the world took place on Sunday in Sydney, Australia, led by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Feldman at the Yeshiva Centre in Bondi. Refreshments were sponsored by Reb Shmuel Scuri in memory of his father OBM.
Every Friday at 7:30 p.m., University of Minnesota students pile into the Steiner family’s Chabad House for dinner. As usual, there is homemade challah and matzo ball soup, but there’s also something special – the dinner was made by the students themselves.