Yeshiva College and Our Big Kitchen hosted their annual Gala Dinner at Sydney’s International Convention Centre, in honour of Harry Triguboff’s 85th birthday. Over one thousand guests attended the event .
Daily Archives: March 4, 2018
In a precedent-setting ruling an Israeli magistrate court judge ruled that the police “must make sure that Jews are able to pray on the Temple Mount” – in a ruling replete with harsh criticism of the police’s policies on the Temple Mount.
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This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 204, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: How To Create Balance Between Tznius and Maintaining a Strong Emotional Passion Between Spouses? Is It Important to the Rebbe That I Live in Crown Heights? Is There Such a Thing as Healthy Anger? Should We Be Following Health Guidelines Regarding Time Between Pregnancies? What Is the Rebbe’s Opinion on Homebirth? How Do I Deal with a Spouse Who Does Not Share My Need for Emotional Connection?
A “party” hosted on Purim eve was reminiscent of the party that was hosted by King Achashverosh, replete with mingling, food, live music and even a belly dancer, has drawn widespread shock and outrage – even forcing a Kashrus agency to rethink their policies for parties at venues they certify, and the venue to distance itself from the event.
Thousands of Jews in Paris, France felt the joy of Purim through the dozens of Chabad Houses spread throughout the capitol city. With Megillah readings, Mivtzoim and the distribution of Shalach Manot througout the streets of the city.