A Crown Heights Shul was broken into early Monday morning, leaving the shul in shambles, and items worth thousands of dollars stolen. The break in is under investigation.
Daily Archives: August 12, 2019
Everyone loves a challenge, but how well do you think you will do on a music challenge? Here is Jewish Music Challenge #2, where you try to guess the song, sung by someone without a clue. To help you out, the original singers of the songs then step in, to erase any confusion.
While on a call for a suspicious package, a bag found by an alert Shomrim volunteer in a Crown Heights alleyway turned up more than what was expected. The police were called, and a paintball gun was confiscated along with an assortment of tools.
Panama’s Shluchim, Yakov and Hana Poliwoda, have taken on what parents and educators are touting as the future of education, vocational Yeshivos. The shluchim are pioneering a new vocational Yeshiva in Panama, in a Chassidush enviroment.
In a statement released by the governors office, Governor Andrew Cuomo directed the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to investigate the recent attacks on Hasidic Jews in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
“SheYavo,” a newly released music video by Avi Ilson brings Moshiach to the forefront, with a crew of Lubavitchers and a old Volkswagen.
A shocking photo has surfaced showing a man entering a Crown Heights location before stealing from it. The shocking part, his face is covered, and he is holding a machete.
A prominent Guatemalan supporter of Israel who once said, “He who is Israel’s enemy is Guatemala’s enemy,” won the country’s presidential election with 58.5 percent of the vote, results on Monday confirmed.
An ambitious project spanning a number of years, involving dozens of knowledgeable translators and editors throughout Russia, has finally succeded in spreading Yiddishkeit and Chassidus to Russia’s knowledge-thirsty Jews.
A new journal on Chof Av has recently been published. The journal was authored by Shlomo Mordechai Hamburger, a lawyer and a board member of Chabad on Campus International, and published by the Jewish Enrichment Press (JEP).
A Crown Heights resident penned the following thank you letter to the Crown Heights’s 71st Police precinct, after they stepped up, and changed an entire Crown heights block for the better.
A tire slashing spree in Lakewood over shabbos is now being investigated as a hate crime, after 57 cars had their tires slashed, all of them Jewish.
Photo Gallery: Tisha B’av in Paris, France. Photos by Morde’hai Lubecki
A Crown Heights man was arrested over the weekend for the assault on two Jewish Crown Heights residents. The man has been charged with a hate crime, as well as assault and other crimes.
Six elderly men were attacked while walking to Shul in the heart of Williamsburg, Monday morning. It happened just after 6:00AM, when the suspects carried out a string of what appears to be attempted robberies. One of the incidents occurred in front of 13 Hooper Street, another by 626 Whyth Place, one by Juliana Pl & Morton St, and one by the Williamsburg “Hitch Location”. The other two robberies were in the same area.
Flight schedules and the loading of planes were disrupted at Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport Monday morning, following technical problems with the airport’s luggage checking system.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Boruch Gopin OBM, a founder of the village of Kfar Chabad and its Yeshivos. He passed away on Sunday, the 10th of Av, 5779.