With the days rapidly closing on the projected Crown Heights election, but no updates from the CHJCC or the Rabbonim, many wonder if the elections will ever happen. CrownHeights.info contacted the CHJCC and Rabbonim to gain clarity.
Daily Archives: April 29, 2019
Clearly, the NY Times seems to be the new “Der Stürmer”, as they have now published a second anti-Semitic cartoon, just one day after an apology for an earlier anti-Semitic cartoon.
Mr Bergson from Manhatten Beer Distributors announced that he will be giving away free beer for those who have a son this week, and will be making a Shalom Zachor this Shabbos Parshas Acahrei Mos.
After the NYC Department of health closed the Satmar Yeshiva Buildings last week due to unvaccinated students, and their subsequent reopening this week, The DOH closed two additional Williamsburg yeshivas.
The Cohen family will be sitting shiva following the passing of their father Chaim Eliezer (Howard L) Hakohen Cohen obm, at the Cohen residence at 1439 Union St. between Brooklyn and Kingston Ave from 4:00pm-8:30pm daily. Minyanim will be at their appropriate times.
With great sadness we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Yaakov Reuven (Yankie) Turner , OBM, a long-time member of the Chicago Lubavitch community. He passed away following an illness. He passed away on Monday, the 24th of Nissan. Updated with Levaya information
On Monday morning, the United Nations Security Council held a special session on the Middle East, focusing on the Arab-Israeli conflict. At the request of Ambassador Danon, the Council opened the debate with a moment of silence in memory of Lori Kaye, who was murdered at the San Diego synagogue shooting.
Lori Kaye was killed on Shabbat morning, the last of the eight days of Passover, during the anti-Semitic shooting attack at Chabad-Lubavitch of Poway that shocked the nation.
Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, vice chairman of Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters, meets with Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein of Chabad Poway last night minutes after Rabbi Goldstein emerged from surgery for injuries sustained in the shooting.
President Donald Trump on Monday lauded the rabbi of the synagogue hit by a shooting attack on Saturday, following a phone call in which he offered his condolences for the death of a veteran member of the community.
In response to requests for ways to help coming in from around the world following a shooting attack at a Chabad-Lubavitch synagogue in Poway Cal., Chabad of Poway, Chabad.org and Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters have established a special fund to assist in the community’s recovery from the shooting.