A call to the Crown Heights Shomrim hotline ended with an arrest after a man stole a tablet from a truck Tuesday. The man was identified hours after the theft from surveillance video, and persistence by Crown Heights Shomrim.
Daily Archives: May 28, 2019
As part of its “Early Years” research project, JEM recently received correspondence from the Previous Rebbe, Rabbi Yoseph Yitzchok Schneerson, to the Rebbe’s brother, Reb Yisrael Aryeh Leib.
Ukrainian Airlines seems to have intentionally profiled Orthodox Jewish passengers on a flight this week, in what looks like an inside job to rob them blind.
The Sullivan County Legislature today unanimously approved Public Health Order No. 1 of 2019, which empowers the County’s Department of Public Health Services to require full measles immunization for staff members and campers at summer camps in the County.
Each time the Rebbe distributed dollars, individuals were touched and lives were impacted. Presented here are photos of several highlights and encounters from Sunday Dollars of 25 Iyar 1990 (5750).
While children in Anash communities enjoyed local Lag B’omer parades and rallies, young Shluchim around the world attended their very own Great Parade – Online.
Staten Island Chabad hosted a Unity Rally attended by Representative Max Rose. The event was in response to Anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted on the outer wall of the Chabad House, as well as on a Yeshiva across the street.
Stories of Mesiras Nefesh in the Holocaust can be found in books and videos that are your fingertips. But this one story is engraved on the tombstone of a Marine who survived World War Two, and attributes his survival to putting on tefillin and not eating unkosher meat.
The Chabad community in Montreal, one of the only cities in the world which organizes a grand Lag BaOmer Parade whether its Sunday or in middle of the week, celebrated the yahrzeit of the Rashbi.
The Maccabees of Crown Heights, the precursor to today’s Crown Heights Community Patrol, were a group of volunteers looking to help the community. This video, a mashup of old films about them from that time, are from circa 1964.
Six people were shot and one person killed in Memorial Day shootings in Brooklyn. according to 1010Wins. The shootings come in a rise of gun violence in Brooklyn.
Operation Survival: Watch as Operation Survival discusses Teens Self Medicating and Anxiety with Dena Gorkin for the prevention101 series. Dena Gorkin is the Director of Community Education for NCFJE’s Operation Survival, and founder and principal of Bnos Chomesh Academy high school for girls.
The L’Chaim of Isaac Abelsky of Crown Heights and Chaya Devora Nelkin of Crown Heights) took place Sunday night at the Jewish Children’s Museum in Crown Heights.
The past Shabbos Parshas Behar, Shluchim from many Western States gathered for the Western regional Kinus. The first of eleven regional JLI conferences taking place across the globe through the summer, the event was a change from JLI’s national conference in New York.
The special committee discussing the dissolution of the Knesset determined on Monday evening that the elections for the 22nd Knesset will take place on Tuesday, September 17, 2019.
This summer, Shluchim from all across the country will also visit Lancaster. They are coming for professional development. They will learn and develop new skills in communication and fundraising at the 2nd annual “Grow Gelt” conference.