The Republican-led House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved bipartisan legislation Thursday that would slap new sanctions on Iran for its pursuit of long-range ballistic missiles.
Daily Archives: October 27, 2017
It used to be that every person had at least one cow, either for its milk, or that the farmer can plow his field with it, or for both reasons. But from time to time, the cow became weak or even sick and the owner would then send it into the forest to eat the wild grass.
Yitzchok Moully was in the middle of what had been a normal day at work when, he said, he “received an email . . . a heavy email”—one that provokes reaction, that makes your stomach drop and clouds your head. “I said to myself, I can’t just hit delete. I need to print out the email. And burn it.”
A 16-year-old Jewish girl has allegedly been told by a shopkeeper in Stamford Hill in North East London to “be patient, Jews come last.”
This week, we present a letter from the Rebbe in which he encourages the recipient to adhere to the true and tested path of Torah and mitzvos – without having to investigate the worthiness of doing so. Making changes in life is not easy – but we are up to the task, just as our father Avraham, in our parsha, was able to break away from his environment and accustomed way of living in order to attain the “Promised Land.” The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s trusted secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Avrohom Eliyohu Wudowsky will lead a discussion on the Halachos of using a Mikvah on Shabbos.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a pair of photos of the Rebbe organizing the Panim he received after a Yechidus Klolis, circa 1990.