New from Ashreinu: Summaries of the Rebbe’s talks from the years 1982 – 1992, with more to follow shortly. Accessible by browsing the audio library or searching a specific date.
Daily Archives: June 12, 2019
Sirens were sounded on Wednesday night, shortly after midnight, in the Eshkol Regional Council of southern Israel. The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit confirmed that one rocket that was fired from Gaza into Israeli territory was intercepted by the Iron Dome.
President of Russia, Mr. Vladmir Putin sent birthday greetings to Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar for his 55th birthday.
More than two weeks after cautioning German Jews against wearing kippot in certain neighborhoods, the German government official tasked with combating antisemitism launched a new website on Wednesday designed to help users report and respond to anti-Jewish prejudice in everyday life.
We present a photo gallery from photographer Morde’hai Lubecki on his visit to Chabad of Vienna, Austria.
Gan Yisroel of Crown Heights has announced its head staff for the summer of תשע״ט-2019. A new bunk has also been added for children entering Pre1A.
Congresswoman Yvette Clark, who represents the 9th district which includes Crown Heights, is one of the co-sponsors of a bill Promoting Human Rights for Palestinian Children under Israeli “Occupation.” She is sponsoring the bill with other members of congress, including Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, who has come under repeated fire for anti-Semitic statements.
A group of missionaries have been seen walking the streets of Crown Heights today, leaving materials on peoples doorsteps. This form of Missionary work has been seen before in Crown Heights, as the materials are disguised as being Jewish.
It’s not very common for teenagers to be the honorees at a gala event, but that’s exactly what happened on May 22 at Chabad of Southeast Morris County in New Jersey. Oliver Simon and Sophia Smith, a high school junior and senior respectively, were awarded the first Teen Visionary Award at the annual Chabad Cares Gala, alongside three adult leaders.
Musicologist and publisher Velvel Pasternak, who published more than 150 volumes of Jewish music, has died. Pasternak, who pioneer in recording some of the first records of Nigunim for Lubavitch, the Nichoach series, died on Tuesday in New York City at the age of 86.