Police have identified 40-year-old James Vincent, who reportedly has over 40 prior arrests, as the suspect in the anti-Semitic attack on Rabbi Menachem Moskowitz, on Saturday afternoon. Vincent was charged Friday afternoon with a slew of hate crimes and drug possession.
Daily Archives: April 27, 2018
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Sarah Raizel bas Shmariyahu Rosenblat OBM, a longtime resident of Crown Heights. She was 72 years old. The Levaya will take place Sunday.
BREAKING NEWS: Detectives have taken a “suspect” into custody in connection to the hate fueled beating of Jewish man as he was walking home from Shul on Shabbos afternoon.
A few weeks ago was the 30th International March Of The Living in Poland, which was attended by tens of thousands. Many of them were survivors of the holocaust and/or their family members, while others were just concerned individuals. Rabbi Nissan Mangel, one of the youngest survivors of numerous concentration camps was a featured speaker throughout the event. This past Shabbos, parshas Tazria-metzorah, he related one of the more powerful and moving moments.
Following an attack on one of their members, the synagogue at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center is inviting the larger Crown Heights community to attend services and a Kiddush in a show of solidarity to the expanding borders of the neighborhood.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present photos of The Rebbe attending the Lag BaOmer Parade in the 1980’s.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Michoel Seligson, will lead a discussion on the topic of Lag B’omer with the Rebbe.
With great sadness, shock and deep pain we inform you of the sudden and untimely passing of Hatomim Yosef Druk OBM, a Bochur from Oak Park, Michigan who was living in Crown Heights. He was 31 years old. Levaya times added