This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Leib Aber was on shlichus in Sydney Australia for 30 years. He taught in the schools there and gave regular shiurim to men. He has a passion for chassidus. Now that their children are B”H grown and living near New York, he and his wife have settled in Crown Heights to continue their shlichus here. He will speak on the topic of Netzach – Overcoming Obstacles.
Daily Archives: May 2, 2019
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Tomorrow is the 28th of Nissan, the day that in 1991 the Rebbe spoke sharply about Moshiach, exhorting chassidim and all Jews to do everything in their power to bring Moshiach. Watch as the Rebbe relays the message.
In this weeks letter, the Rebbe gives words of comfort to the bereaved, and it’s association during the days between Pesach and Shavuos, a time of tragic events in Jewish history, associated with the martyrdom of our people.
Two Frum children fell from a window in Monsey a little after 5pm Thursday afternoon. Both are reported to be in critical condition, and people are requested to please say tehillim.
The L’chaim of Aron Reyder formerly of Sharon, MA, and Chanie Kaminsky of Brooklyn, NY took place Wednesday night at Bais Levy Yitzchak Shul.
For an estimated $300,000, somebody can now own a piece of American and Israeli history. The only known copy of the press release signed by president Harry Truman in which the US recognized Israel is being put up for sale by the Raab Collection, a Philadelphia-based company that buys and sells historic documents.
Rabbi Yitzchok Meyer Lipszyc has served as the Rebbe’s emissary in Michigan, Alabama, Florida and Crimea. He is presently working at Yeshiva Temimei Darech in Tzfat. He was interviewed in March of 2015 in the My Encounter studio in Brooklyn.
Two teenagers attempted to rob an elderly lady at knife point in the President St subway station Thursday. The lady was slashed, and a witness injured as he attempted to intervene in the botched robbery. The teenagers fled, evading the police for now.
Watch as Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein of Poway California speaks at the White House. He took the opportunity to stress the need for a moment of silence, attributing the need to the Rebbe.
In the footsteps of Manhattan Beer owner Mr. Bergson, Tuv Taam will be donating chickpeas for Shalom Zachors this week.
JLI has released a video titled “Contending with Darkness”, on the horrible tragedy that occured at the Chabad of Poway on the last day of Pesach 5779.
In another anti-Semitic incident in Crown Heights, a man was seen harassing children on the street. When confronted, he spat on the man confronting him, and spewed his anti-Semitic beliefs.
As Adolf Eichmann, a key player of Nazi Germany’s murder of millions of Jews, stood to be executed by Israel, a pardon request was submitted by his wife. Then President of Israel Yitzhak Ben Tzvi responded with a quote from Navi Shmuel.
Following the tragic shooting at Chabad of Poway on the last day of Pesach, Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein has accepted an invitation to the country’s capital.
A man was arrested in Washington Wednesday after reportedly making death threats against conservative talk show host Ben Shapiro. The suspect reportedly threatened both Shapiro and his family, with sources telling the outlet that the threats were “extremely serious.”