The issue of violence is one that has beset the United States as few problems in the past. In recent years, we have seen armed personal assaults on innocent men, women, and children. What has happened to our nation that violence has become part and parcel of the American way?
Daily Archives: May 1, 2019
Aaron “Harry” Mendelsohn passed away on the 3rd of Nissan (April 8, 2019), almost one hundred years after his maternal grandparents arrived in Fayetteville, North Carolina, from Europe. The family was among the founding members of the local Beth Israel synagogue. Here are some snapshots of his life.
With great sadness we announce the untimely passing of Danny Levy OBM, of San Diego California. He passed away Motzai Shabbos the 23rd of Nissan 5779.
Rabbi Yisroel Goldstien and Jason Greenblatt, an adviser to US President Donal Trump, paid a visit to Menachem Avel Dr Kaye who’s currently sitting Shiva on the passing of his wife Lori. Lori was murdered in the shooting at the Chabad of Poway, a shooting that also injured Rabbi Goldstein.
Meet the Rebbes’ newest Shluchim. Rabbi Uri and Mushki Blau will be joining the Chabad center in Mumbai, India to help in the Chabad Houses work.
Antisemitic attacks worldwide rose 13 percent in 2018 from the previous year, with the highest number of incidents reported in major Western democracies including the United States, France, Britain and Germany, an annual study showed on Wednesday.
Facebook is launching a major redesign of its app and website built around letting people connect with groups that share their interests — an attempt to shift its focus away from the untrammeled public sharing that has helped spread hate speech, extremism, misinformation and livestreamed video of massacres.
As the swearing in ceremony of Alberta’s new Premier, Jason Kenney and his cabinet got underway on April 30th, Rabbi Menachem Matusof, Head Shliach and Director of Chabad in Alberta stepped up to give an invocation. He also helped start the new Premier off on the right foot, having him give tzedaka as his first act.