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At the fire this evening in Crown Heights, emergency services of all types rushed to the scene. An eagle eyed person caught sight of a group of Crown Heights Haztalah volunteers staging for the fire, and snapped a picture.

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Fire in Crown Heights Building Guts Apartment, Leaves No Injuries

A fire broke out on the second floor of a Crown Heights building Thursday evening, gutting and apartment. Firefighters quickly gainA fire broke out on the second floor of a Crown Heights building Thursday evening, gutting and apartment. Firefighters quickly gained control over the fire, and put it out within minutes. No one was injured in the blaze.ed control over the fire, and put it out within minutes. No one was injured in the blaze.

Weekly Letter: The Importance of Harmonious and Peaceful Relationships

During the period of the three weeks, we emphasize the need for unity, peaceful relationships and overall ahavas Yisroel – unconditionally, as this will bring the geula.  Just as it was baseless hatred and disunity that caused the destruction and galus – it will be our unconditional love for each other that will bring Moshiach, may it be now!
As Crown Heights has recently seen an unprecedented act of Unity, we present this week’s letter in which the Rebbe discusses the importance of harmonious and peaceful relationships.

What It’s Like to Be Jewish in Ghana

Known for its steamy jungles, raw beaches and bustling markets, the West African nation of Ghana is home to 28 million people, perhaps 500 of them Jewish. Since 2015, the Ghana Jewish community has found a home at the Chabad-Lubavitch Center of Ghana in Accra, directed by Rabbi Noach and Altie Majesky. In this interview, Zachary Bucheister, a native of Westchester, N.Y., describes what it’s like to be part of Ghana’s tight-knit, but chronically transient Jewish community.