We present a photo gallery of the Farbrengen held in Montreal for Yud Tes Kislev.
Daily Archives: November 29, 2018
Israel attacked multiple sites in Syria Thursday. Syrian media outlets claimed that Syria rebuffed the attack, and damaged an Israeli asset. Israel has denied Syrian damage.
This week, we present a letter in which the Rebbe gives an answer to those who have reservations about the kindling of the Chanukah menorah in public places. The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s trusted secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel.
Dr. Michael Muschel is a renowned cardiologist in NY. During a Yud Tes Kislev farbrengen in Monsey, NY, headed by Rabbi YY Jacobson, he spoke of what learning Chassidus has done for his life.
The Canadian community of Waterloo receives congratulations from Prime Minister Trudeau on the tenth anniversary of its Chabad Center. Rivky Goldman, her husband Moishy, and their infant son arrived in Waterloo in 2008.
A Boro Park School has it right. A video of a 6th grade class is circulating on social media showing a CPR and First Aid course being taught. The boys are seen answering questions accurately, and showing their skill at controlling bleeding. CPR and First Aid skills are critical in saving lives, and recognizing emergencies.
Yeshiva World News The NYPD has launched an investigation into a possible hate crime after a Columbia University professor’s office was vandalized with two spray-painted swastikas and a derogatory word aimed at Jewish people. Professor Elizabeth Midlarsky, who is Jewish […]
Merkaz Chomesh, a network of 50 kollels across Israel that teaches Chassidus to non-Chabad yungerleit, is hosting a fundraising raffle in less than 24 hours to win six round trip tickets to Israel!
A new song, titled “Yoh Yoh,” has been released by Shloimie Gertner. Yoh Yoh, a yiddish song, was released as an audio track and can be found on youtube. The song was composed by Itzik Waldner.
About a year after my family and I moved to the development town of Migdal HaEmek, I ran for head of the local council as part of the center-left Mapai party. I was only twenty-five years old at the time, but I won the election, serving as the head of the council for the next eighteen years – from 1959 until 1977.
A large scale event in marked Yud Tes Kislev in the Russian capital, Moscow. Guest speaker Mottel Kanelsky a shliach from New Jersey, as well as many other notable figures were in attendance at the magnificent event.