This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Yisroel Noach Reichik, a member of the Hanhala of Tomchai Tmimim Lubavitch 770, will be giving a shiur on Hilchos Beis Habchirah.
Daily Archives: July 25, 2019
This Parsha teaches of the partitioning of Eretz Yisrael among the Twelve Tribes upon entering the land. In this connection we bring a letter of the Rebbe in which he discusses the issue of present day Eretz Yisrael – where discussion has been taking place regarding the “giving back of the territories for the sake of peace.” There are those whose wrongful approach claims that the Land is ours because of the Balfour Declaration and the goodwill of the United Nations – and it is these people who are ready to give away parts of it for the sake of a nonexistent peace. Yet the ones who base their claim to the land upon the G-d given Torah, where G-d has given it to us as an inheritance, promised to our ancestors, the patriarchs – these people stand loyal to our inheritance.
Rabbi Gershon Avtzon of Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, gave the invocation in the House of Representatives in Washington DC on Thursday. Following that, during an impromptu dance outside the capital, Senator Portman decided to join in for the dance.
This past Friday, the 16th of Tammuz, CGI Montreal made history by having ALL 283 kids wake up early and come to cocoa club.
The Israeli embassy in Finland has been vandalized by neo-Nazi and far right extremists at least 15 times in the last year and a half.
A major search has been launched for a 15 year old hiker who went missing while on a hike in Vermont. The boy was reportedly on a hike yesterday in Vermont, when he went missing.
Two years after Equifax revealed that hackers accessed the personal information of up to 147 million people, the credit bureau’s newly-announced settlement for up to $700 million will provide cash payments for those who have been affected — but there are some key requirements people should be aware of before they file a claim.
Rabbi Gershon Schusterman served as a Chabad emissary in southern California for 18 years (from 1971 to 1989). Since then, he has been engaged in private enterprise in Los Angeles, while continuing to serve as a counselor and spiritual mentor to the Chabad community and writing on Jewish topics.
Dr. Michael Fuhrman, a Dr in Delmar NY, discusses the opioid crisis with Rabbi Nachman Simon of Chabad of Delmar. Dr Fuhrman discuses the cures that are available now, and how the drug crisis effects the Jewish community.
Four people were shot in a restaurant in Mexico City on Wednesday, two of whom were Israeli citizens. Two other people were injured and rushed to the hospital. The murderer, a 33-year-old woman, was arrested by Mexican police.