A mural set up outside the Jewish Children’s Museum in Crown Heights was defaced Thursday with a blatant anti-Semitic message. The incident is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
Daily Archives: May 30, 2019
There has been yet another hate crime in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The latest incident occurred on Wednesday, when two black teens riding on bikes attacked an Orthodox Jewish man walking on Flushing Ave & Nostrand Ave.
In light of the recent renewed interest in the Rebbe’s campaign for “a moment of silence” in the Public Schools – we share a letter about the subject. The Rebbe had often spoken and written about this vital topic, within the general framework of education – so as to inculcate children with a sense of respect for a Higher Authority thereby cultivating good traits and behavior- and ultimately avoiding delinquency and lawlessness.
This past Pesach Sheini, Oholei Torah celebrated its 62nd Gala Dinner, a major community event and one that was most cherished by the Rebbe.
Find your Shavuos moment with the Rebbe from 10 updated collections and receive it in time for Shavuos! The Living Archive presents ten updated collections of Kos Shel Bracha from Motzaei Shavuos throughout the years. Look through these collections for family and friends, and send them a gift of their moment with the Rebbe in time for Matan Torah.
When Mitchell Leshchiner, 14, walked across the stage of his middle school graduation Tuesday, not only was he proudly wearing his graduation robe and the medals he earned for his various school accomplishments — on this special day he also decided to wear a kippah.
The IDF, in an effort led by the Northern Command and the 91st Division, completed the destruction of an attack tunnel that was dug by the Hezbollah terror organization, crossing into Israeli territory from Lebanon. The attack tunnel was dug from the Shi’ite village of Ramiyeh and was exposed by the IDF last January as part of Operation “Northern Shield”.
Read sixty-six vividly diverse stories of guidance, perspective and encouragement from the acclaimed Weekly Here’s My Story Series The psychiatrist with a vision for change. The lonely yeshivah student. The young girl looking for direction. The scientist buried in research work. Each of them was moved by a powerful and timeless encounter with the Rebbe.
Jew in the City profiled Yehudah Sabiner in a video sponsored by Kamin Health. Yehudah, the first Chassidic man to go to Med School in Israel, opened the door for the nearly 35 others to follow in his footsteps.
Judge Elena Baron, a present Manhattan civil court judge running for surrogate Judge in Kings County, visited the WLCC Communications Room in 770. She was accompanied by Crown Heights activist Rabbi Yaakov Behrman, and was given a tour by Rabbi Mendel Eisenbach. The elections for Surrogate Judge will take place on June 25th.
Rabbi Meir Schlesinger served as the rabbi of Sha’alvim, Israel, for decades and founded there Yeshivat Sha’alvim. He was interviewed in February of 2011.