Hezbollah’s television station Al-Manar said on Saturday that most of the Twitter accounts associated with the station have been suspended. The accounts in English, French and Spanish were said to be suspended, but the Twitter handles of specific television shows seemed to be working, AFP reported.
Daily Archives: November 3, 2019
The topics in this week’s 281st episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Why Do Some Jews Have Long Peyot and Others Do Not? Are Today’s Non-Jews Chassidei Umos Ha’Olam? Why Has 770 Not Been Expanded as the Rebbe Wished? When Is the Right Time to Consider Getting Married? How Can We Explain Capital Punishment in the Torah: Does One Really Deserve to Be Stoned to Death for Violating Shabbat?
The driver of a car was arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning after his erratic driving ended up with his car on its side. One other car and metal tree barrier were also victims in the incident.
Multiple victims were assaulted in what the Boro Park community is calling a string of hate crimes. The disturbing incidents began around 12:20am Friday night. Thankfully no one was seriously injured.
The State Department has reportedly decided to withhold $105 million in military aid to Lebanon, a day after Israel said it was asking international donors to withhold funds amid political turbulence in Beirut.
On Sunday, Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, and The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous co-hosted a reunion between Holocaust survivors from Israel Yossi Mor (previously Yosef Mordechai) and his sister Sarah Yanai, and their wartime rescuer Melpomeni Dina (née Gianopoulou) from Greece.
Over a Thousand demonstrators flooded Downtown Brooklyn to protest two viral incidents of police “brutality” on teenagers in the subway. The protesters vandalized a police vehicle, and jumped subway turnstiles in protest.
by Faygie Levy Holt – chabad.org Rabbi Chaim Bryski was carpooling a group of yeshivah boys, his son among them, from Thousand Oaks, Calif., to their school in Los Angeles this week when he found road after road closed because […]
Imagine walking down a Brooklyn street and discovering a New Chabad House, so new in fact that it isn’t even staffed by Chabad. Two Lubavitchers came across such a place on Metropolitan Ave, but something just wasn’t right. The hebrew letters saying “Chabad Williamsburg” were the wrong way around, sparking their interest. They entered the “Chabad House” to discover that it was really a TV set for an upcoming show. Needless to say that by the time they left at least one person had put on tefillin.
American-Israeli astronaut Jessica Meir last weekend released three images of the State of Israel and its surroundings taken by the International Space Station where she has been staying since September.