On the 15th of Elul, (14th September) the day on which the Yeshivah Tomchei T’mimim was established in Lubavitch one hundred and twenty two years ago, a special Melave Malka took place in the Yeshivah Gedolah of Melbourne. The occasion was unique. Two of the Yeshivahs Talmidim, Shneur Schapiro and Mendel Lider, had each concluded their study of the entire Talmud Bavli.
Daily Archives: September 25, 2019
The popular school program empowering students to watch and learn directly from the Rebbe is expanding to high schools. Four girls schools have been accepted into the pilot program.
Second annual JewQ competition kicks off all over the world From Accra, Ghana to Lisbon, Portugal to Cambridge, England, no city is too remote for the international competition that’s taking the world by storm. One Chabad House at a time, shluchim from Long Island to Melbourne are joining the second-annual JewQ championship that’s getting kids excited to learn about Judaism.
Judge Jacek Blat of the court of Krakow ruled today that the Izaak synagogue, which had been abruptly shut down in July, must be restored to its legal tenant, Chabad of Krakow, and can be reopened to the Jewish community.
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Chabad of South Broward held its 38th Annual Dinner last Thursday night, September 19th, honored Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Adams. The event took place on a Mega Yacht, featuring a main event room and two floors. Entertainment for the night was given by singer Benny Friedman.
A homeless man pleaded guilty to burning down a historic Minnesota synagogue earlier this month. Prosecutors have indicated that they intend to ask for probation for Matthew James Amiot, 36, The Associated Press reported. He could have faced a maximum of three years in prison.
Watch as Israel’s Foreign Minister, Israel Katz, says kaddish for his father who’s Yartzeit is the 25th of Elul, while visiting the Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens. The Foreign Minister is on a trip to New York for the United Nations General Assembly.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin will tap Likud Chair and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for the task of forming a ruling coalition, after meeting Wednesday evening with Netanyahu and his main challenger, Blue and White Chair Benny Gantz.
After fifteen years of volunteers publicizing the Shabbat candle lighting times in Moscow, it was decided to double the impact this year and extend the reach of these publications to as many Jews as possible. Thanks to the dedicated work of “Zman Yehudi” organization of Moscow, there is no need to guess the exact halachic times anymore, especially of Shabbat and Yom Tov.
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 British Library, the largest national library in the world by number of items cataloged, has for the first time ever put some of its rarest and most ancient religious texts online for the general public to be able to access them from around the world.
The Sandhaus family will be sitting shiva for their father Tzvi Elimelech (Hershel) Sandhaus obm at 1394 Union St. Times in extended article.
In what has become a customary stop for Israeli diplomats, Israel’s Foreign Minister, Israel Katz, visited the Rebbe’s Ohel in Queens while on his trip to New York for the United Nations General Assembly.
A 20-year-old girl was lightly wounded Wednesday after being stabbed in the area of the Maccabim Junction on Route 443. Medics treated her and evacuated her with stab wounds to her upper body to the hospital.