Watch from beginning to end how hand made Shmurah Matzah takes shape. The entire process, done in 18 minutes or less, makes for a crunchy, crispy, and slightly burnt Mitzvah.
Daily Archives: April 18, 2019
In this weeks letter in honor of Pesach, the Rebbe letter explains the message of Pesach in our daily life: the tremendous accomplishment a Jew is able to achieve if he only wills it: going from the lowest depths to the loftiest spiritual heights.
Following Crown Heights Hatzalah’s Fast and professional response to yesterdays police involved accident, the 71st precinct tweeted out a thanks to the volunteers of the amazing organization. See here for full accident story.
US Attorney General William Barr released a redacted version of the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election Thursday morning. Speaking at a press conference, Barr said that he would provide copies of the public version of the report to the ranking members of the Senate and House judiciary committees and that the report would be posted on the Department of Justice website.
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Yeshiva World News has reported that the “guidelines” put in place by the New York State Department of Education requiring specific hours of secular learning in yeshivas has been struck down.
Mr. Menashe Janashvili was interviewed in his home in the Shikun Chabad neighborhood of Lod, Israel, in February of 2015. He passed away in March of 2019.
For many hours they sat and listened. Close to 70 students of Moscow’s Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim attended a special orientation where they heard the practical and halachic nuances that will guide them in leading public seders in various cities throughout Russia on the first two nights of Pesach.
It’s been around 10 days since the last citywide electricity outage in Caracas, Venezuela, and the lights are back on … for now. Intermittent electricity outages have recently become a part of daily life in the South American country, but some last longer than others, including a multi-day blackout that began March 7. Electricity does not only affect lights; it also means losing cell-phone service and Internet access, subway transportation, and perhaps most importantly, water.