Watch: The voice-synthesized words were tinny but unmistakably heartfelt, as Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz expressed his appreciation for the thousands of mitzvahs done in honor of his 47th birthday.
Daily Archives: March 18, 2019
In another overtly bias event at the United Nations Humans Rights Council, speaker Anne Bayefsky, the Director of the Human Rights Voices NGO, had her microphone repeatedly cut off, before the President of the council simply gave someone else the floor.
The Farkash Family celebrated the arrival of a new Sefer Torah written in memory of Riki Farkash obm. The Torah was written in Israel, and following its completion, was brought to its new home in Monsey NY.
Hundreds of passengers pass through the Chabad Air counter at JFK Airport daily, many with inspirational stories about Chabad and the Rebbe. Today we present you the second in a series of those stories. Inspiration in the air – The Start of Chabad in Florida.
At the JewQ International Championship, one woman was singled out for her outstanding contribution to Jewish education. Mrs Sarah Alevsky of Chabad of the West Side, Manhattan, was awarded Educator of the Year by CKids.
With the rise of the electric scooter, an old phenomenon has become a modern problem. Many of the young members of our community have acquired electric scooters, and are not looking both ways before zooming across streets.
JLI has released another educational video in the Chassidic Gems Series. In it, Rabbi Yossi Jacobson discussed the concept of how our consciousness creates our reality, and why we make a blessing on a cup of water.
The death toll from Sundays terror attack in Israel has raised to two, as news that Yishuv Eli resident, Rabbi Achiad Ettinger HY”D passed away during the morning hours on Monday. He was critically wounded by the terrorist in the Ariel Junction attack early Sunday morning.
Starting Monday March 18th, vehicle collisions resulting property damage only, will not be required to be reported to the police. Instead, the drivers will be responsible for exchanging their information, and a report of Motor Vehicle Accident should be filed with the DMV.
See in photos as the grand opening of Rashi’s Campus in Alpharetta, Georgia unfolded. Rashi’s Campus is the new Chabad House building built in honor of Rashi Minkowicz obm, a young mother and Shlucha, who passed away suddenly 4 years ago.