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Chicago Shooting Victim Honored by New Torah in Cambodia

Six months after Eliyahu Moscowitz was shot at point-blank range on a rainy night in a Chicago park, the killer remains on the loose. Yet his community, family and friends are uniting to commission a Torah scroll in honor of the beloved 24-year-old to be used at Chabad Cambodia, Phnom Penh’s first and only Jewish congregation, directed by Mashie and Rabbi Bentzion Butman, sister and brother-in-law of the victim.

8:00pm: What Should I Do About My Doubts in G-d?

The topics in this week’s 252nd episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Lessons from 9 Adar II – 79 Years Since the Frierdiker Rebbe’s Arrival to America; What Should I Do About My Doubts in G-d? Why Do We Need to Ask G-d for Our Needs in Prayer When He Knows What We Need? How Can We as a Couple Overcome Our Obstacles? Should One Write BS”D or B”H on an Email? What Is the Rebbe’s Approach to Anti-Semitism? Why Did G-d Make the Most Sacred Human Organ Also the One Used for Expelling Waste? What Is the Kelipah of Amalek in Our Personal Lives?

Video of the Day

Watch as President Trump answers a reporters question on the vote in Congress on legislation against anti-Semitism. The President called it disgraceful, and named the democratic party the anti-Israel, and anti-Jewish party.

Two Israelis Killed in Ethiopian Plane Crash

Ethiopian Airlines officially confirmed on Sunday that among the 149 passengers of the company’s flight who died in the plane crash this morning were two Israeli citizens. There were 149 passengers from 33 different countries and 8 crew members on the Boeing 737 flight, all of whom died in the crash.