Earlier today, the man who is accused of pushing multiple people on Kingston Ave over the past few weeks was taken into police custody. The arrest was made by the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force.
Daily Archives: January 28, 2019
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RebbeDrive has released the earliest known videos of the Rebbe after taking on the nesious. The videos are from Yud Shvat 5712 and Yud Shvat 5714, and show the Rebbe at Yud Shvat Farbrengens.
A surfer who was injured after striking a breakwater south of the Herzliya Marina had an unlikely savior. A chareidi-appearing male wearing a long suit was seen battling the waves deep out at sea, and rescued the distressed surfer.
We present a gallery of photos from the Chof Bais Shvat Farbrengen held in honor of the yahrzeit of Rebbetzen Chaya Mushka in Paris.
Rabbi Avromy and Sternie Super recently moved to the island to open Chabad of St. Lucia. The Supers, who first visited in December 2017, have begun to assemble an eclectic Jewish community of locals, snowbirds and tourists. Their posting was formally announced at the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries in New York.
A rare booklet containing a Nazi study of North American Jewry and possibly intended to facilitate their annihilation in the event of a Nazi victory over the United States and Canada has been acquired by the Canadian National Archives, local media outlets reported.
In early 2016, a corruption scheme emerged inside the D.C. office of Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-Brooklyn). One-tenth of her taxpayer-funded Congressional office budget — $120,000, or enough for eight computers for every staffer — disappeared.
A photograph documenting a meeting between Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook and Winston Churchill [Palestine, 1921?] by an unknown photographer.
The following letter written by the Rebbe in 1952 to a Tomim (who the Rebbe describes as a Torah scholar) who shaved off his beard, hoping to thereby improve his chances to secure his Parnasa. The original letter (with the Rebbe’s handwritten additional comments) was recently discovered in the archives of the Rebbe’s trusted secretary, Rabbi Dr. Nissan Mindel o’h and was made available by Nissan Mindel Publications, under the leadership of his son-in-law Rabbi Sholom Ber Schapiro.
We present a gallery from the Kinus Hashluchos 5779 including Sunday breakfast, group photo, sessions and the Resource fair.
In connection to Chof Beis Shevat, RebbeDrive presents a unique collection of photos of the Rebbe. The collection includes: the Rebbetzin’s Levaya, the Rebbe Davening at his house throughout the year after the Rebbetzin’s Histalkus, the events of Chof Beis Shevat 5752.