Following an incredible response to his previous letter, Rabbi Chaim Rosenstein of Monsey NY publishes a clarification, doubling down and highlighting the issues with the Department of Education’s proposed guidelines.
Daily Archives: September 2, 2019
Rabbi Leibel Groner, Mazkir of the Rebbe, received a police escort as he left 770 during today’s Labor Day Parade. Rabbi Groner was given a the use of a police car with the help of the NYPD’s Community Affairs unit.
A Hatzalah volunteer was assaulted Monday afternoon, prompting a large response by both Boro Park Shomrim and Hatzalah. The assailant crashed his vehicle as he attempted to get away, and was taken into custody.
Houston Texas, home to a growing Jewish community, has launched its own Hatzalah Volunteer EMS division. Hatzalah is a volunteer organization that provides lifesaving services with fast response times, and the care of a neighbor.
Labor Day weekend is turning out to be a shootout in NYC. As of Monday afternoon (2:30PM ET), 21 people have been shot, and five of the victims killed. Additionally, there have been 7 reported stabbings.
With great sadness we report the passing of Mordechai Yavets OBM, a three year old child from Far Rockaway, Queens who was struck and killed by a vehicle on Monday morning. Mordechai was struck by a vehicle on Virginia Street just after 11:00am. Hatzolah rushed him to the hospital, where he was passed away an hour later.
Operation Survival: Watch as Operation Survival discusses how to help someone who’s being bullied with Dr. Rona Novick, PhD. Mrs Novick is the Dean of the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration at Yeshiva University and holds the Raine and Stanley Silverstein Chair in Professional Ethics and Values.
The following Rebbe story was submitted by Rabbi Dalfin, who heard it from Reb Chaim Werner just this past week. The story tells of a special encouter with the Rebbe, and how theRebbe remembered even a while later.
Hate struck again in New York City, this time in Queens. The attached images were found on the beach in Belle Harbor, on Monday morning, in the vicinity of Beach 138th Street. Hateful messages were scrawled into the sand on the beach.
Hand prints were found stamped on cars parked on a street in Crown Heights as Labor Day celebrations continue. The vandalism spanned two blocks, and appears to not have been targeting any specific vehicles.
A masked gunman who allegedly opened fire at an occupied police vehicle has died after a shootout with cops in Brooklyn, police say. In a police chase and shootout that ended in a Brownsville backyard, police estimate officer fired more than 60 rounds.
As thousands of New York City Police Officers descended on Crown Heights in preparation for the West Indies Day (Labor Day) Parade, one young Lubavitcher took it upon himself to make sure the officers felt welcome. He was caught on camera handing out cookies to the men in blue as they prepared to protect the streets of Crown Heights.
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In preparation for the upcoming school year, Darchai Menachem staff participated in a week-long orientation and training. Rabbi Yossi Paltiel, Dr. Saul Kamelhar, Darchai Menachem Director and Principal Rabbi Eyal Bension, Mesivta Menahel Rabbi Dovid Marozov and Assistant Principal Rabbi Aharon Simon, discussed strategies and goals for educators to successfully fulfill their important shlichus of chinuch.
On Chabad of Palm Coast’s weekly Facebook post late last week, along with the Shabbat candle-lighting time associated with Daytona Beach, Fla., was a one-line addition that read “Stay safe this week!” This week, Chabad is preparing for Hurricane Dorian, expected to make landfall in Florida, and up the east coast.