With sadness we inform of the passing of Harav Hatomim Avraham Simcha Eckhaus of Cederhurst NY. He passed away suddenly, on Wednesday November 28th, Chof Kislev. (Updated with Shiva Times)
Daily Archives: November 28, 2018
The car menorah is a uniquely American innovation—a marketing gimmick created by young yeshivah students in the early 1970s as a way to spread awareness and the message of the eight-day Jewish holiday. Today, they can be found across the globe and on all kinds of vehicles. Here is the story of the car Menorah.
This year’s CKids Retreat at the Bushkill Inn and Conference Center had unique theme, with many presentations focusing on important matters relating to staff. Aside from the normal workshops, the retreat held sessions dedicated to enhancing the experience of camp counselors and Hebrew School teachers.
A deranged woman was sent to the hospital Wednesday, after an alert homeowner found her attempting to burn the mezuzah on his front door. As no damage was done in this incident, the woman was not placed under arrest.
Eighty years after the Nazis burned down the first shul on Kristallnacht, it was rebuilt in full glory. Emotional Rededication with Chief Rabbi of Russia Rabbi Berel Lazar, as well as distinguished guests from all over the world.
A boy in Williamsburg received a whole bunch gift from a community member following an anti-Semitic assault that left him with a broken nose. The incident was caught on camera, and is making its rounds of social media.
Hundreds of residents gathered in the city of Tzfat for a Yud Tes Kislev farbrengen. The event was hosted at a central meeting hall in Tzfat, and organized by the Kiryat Chabad organization of Tzfat.