Rabbi Moshe Yehuda Leib Landau, 83, was a noted scholar, halachic authority, dedicated chassid and chief rabbi of Bnei Brak. He passed away after Shabbat at Laniado hospital in Netanya. Take a look through some digital footsteps of his life.
Daily Archives: April 1, 2019
With great saddness we inform you of the passing of the Skulener Rebbe, Hagaon HaRav Yisroel Avrohom Portugal OBM. He was 95.
A public forum on Hate Crimes is being hosted at the Jewish Children’s Museum this Wednesday. The public forum, which will have District Attorney Eric Gonzalez in attendance, is in collaboration between the District Attorneys Office and the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force.
“Works for Me” is a new vocational program for people with disabilities, and is an affiliate program of HASC Center. This vocational program is designed to be fully community integrated with an emphasis on reducing any perceived stigma of a program for individuals with disabilities.
Why will this Pesach be different? Because for the first time ever, you will have by your side the Alter Rebbe’s Shulchan Aruch laws of Pesach in English.
Established in 1966, the Rabbinical College of Australia & New Zealand (Yeshivah Gedolah) is Australia’s first and largest fully residential institute of tertiary Jewish studies. It caters for both Australian and international students. Now it needs your help to renovate its aging and cramped Campus.
Last night, Crown Heights Hatzalah was caught on camera as it spread its chesed beyond the Jewish community. A non Jewish man, struck by a car on Eastern Parkway, was treated for his injuries and transported to the hospital with the speed and care iconic of Hatzalah.
Another music video has been released by Eli Marcus’ this time from his new album. The brand new hit song is named “Yogati,” and takes us on a journey through different struggles and the search to find the strength to overcome them.
Today, the 25th of Adar, is the birthday of Rebbetzin Chaya (Moussia) Mushka Schneerson, OBM, wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.