Syrian opposition websites reported on Sunday evening that a Russian delegation had left Syrian territory with an Israeli coffin containing the body of Israeli spy Eli Cohen.
Daily Archives: April 14, 2019
Rabbi Yossi and Suri Marazov Shluchim in Ulyanovsk, Russia, spent twelve years bringing the spark of Judaism alight in the city. Suddenly, after all these the years, they were deported back to the United States. Watch their Journey through those years.
The topics in this week’s 257th episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Announcing the Winners of the MyLife Essay Contest 2019! Chassidus Applied to Yud Alef Nissan, Yud Gimmel Nissan and Pesach; Why Does One Forfeit Their Share in the World-To-Come for Not Respecting Chol Hamoed? Background on the Rebbe’s Mivtza Sefer Torah; Internet Addictions; How to Explain Koros and That Some People Will Be Not Have a Share in the Olam Habo When Every Soul Is Immortal?
Early Years timeline contains the weekday, recorded talks of the Rebbe regarding his own life, in an interactive, easy to navigate, timeline format. The user can scroll up and down, going through the different years and periods in the Rebbe’s life, and listen to the Rebbe speak about them. The timeline encompasses the years between 1902, the year of the Rebbe’s birth, all the way until 1950.
The L’chaim of Shmuel Eagle and Rebecca Howard both of California took place at 1349 President St in Crown Heights Thursday night.
From the Safer Haminhagim: Every day from Rosh Chodesh Nissan until the twelfth of the month, one reads the passage that describes the offering brought on that day by a particular Nasi, or tribal prince, for the dedication of the altar of the Mishkan. Yehi Ratzon in the Extended Article.
A new upbeat and energetic song to the famous words of Hillel the elder in Pirkei Avot has been released by Chaim Dovid Berson. If I am not for myself, then who will be for me? But when I am for myself, then what am “I”? And if not now, when?
In anticipation of the upcoming holiday of Pesach, preparations are being completed throughout Russia in general and more specifically in the capital city of Moscow, by hundreds of Rabbis and Chabad Shluchim who are scattered throughout the world’s largest country. The successful results of months of diligent work and effort can now be seen as Jews will gather to celebrate Pesach appropriately wherever they may be.
When you look at the tombstone of Walter Galler, you notice something striking: The Hebrew words “Kosher L’Pesach” (Kosher for Passover), inscribed, upside down, on the top of the stone. The photo of this unique headstone and the story behind it was shared with me by Rav Moshe Silberhaft of South Africa.