It’s a great day when something new comes through the door; an unknown reel, a video, or new photos. We’re pleased to share the latest and newest collection we received, the Lag B’omer photos of photographer Avraham Slavin.
Daily Archives: May 8, 2019
The L’Chaim of Shimon Deitsch of New Haven, CT, and Hindy Begun of S. Paulo, Brazil happened Tuesday night at Eshel.
Shocking footage as a Jewish woman is hit by a speeding car as she crossed the street in Williamsburg. The car sped off without even slowing down, and the woman was transported to the Hospital by Hatzalah.
We present a photo gallery from the 20th Annual Regional Kinus Hashluchim held in the Beth Chaya Mushka School in Paris.
Rabbi Yehuda Dukes, who runs JNet, had an incredible encounter that shows just how Chabad reaches every single Jew, no matter their physical location.
Exactly 31 years ago today, the 2nd of Iyar 1988, then newly elected Knesset Member Bibi Netanyahu visited the Rebbe. The Rebbe encouraged him to hold strong, and blessed him with success in his new role.
An obviously Orthodox Jewish man was punched in his head in a targeted attack in Williamsburg Tuesday evening. The assailant was not caught, and the victim uninjured in the incident.
A collision caused by a wrong way driver in a New York City tunnel was caught on dashcam, and circulated on social media. The video, dated 4/28/19, is from a car driving through the tunnel in the left lane, when a car comes speeding around a bend. Both drivers attempt to cross lanes, ending with a head on collision.
Harav Menachem Mendel Lobkowsi, the Menahel of Bayis V’Gan in Yerushalayim visited Har Hertzel to put in Tefillin with the soldiers and visitors who came for Israels Rememberence Day. The son of Benjamin Netanyahu, Avner Netanyahu, also put on Tefillin.
Anatevka, a small Jewish refugee town 30 km west of Kiev, hosted yesterday an official opening of a new Community Rehab Center – ‘Beit Shmuel.’
Six people, including four children, were killed Wednesday when an fire ravaged an apartment in a city-owned Harlem building overnight, fire and police officials said.