A two car collision Wednesday evening sent an SUV careening onto a Crown Heights sidewalk. Miraculously no one was injured in the crash.
Daily Archives: November 6, 2019
After many long months of planning and Tishrei behind us, work has begun on pointing and restoring the facade of the Lubavitch World Headquarters office complex.
Watch as Israeli Border Police arrest suspected arms dealers after a lengthy investigation involving undercover officers acquiring firearms from the suspects. The “Carlo”-style makeshift firearms are manufactured in Judea and Samaria and sold to Arab criminal gangs in Israel.
An advanced Israeli missile has been captured by the Russian army and taken back to Russia for study, according to reports from Russian and Chinese media outlets.
The head of the UN agency for Palestinian Arab refugees and their descendants has resigned amid an internal probe into alleged mismanagement at the organization, the United Nations said Wednesday.
Watch as Kiruv organization Torah-Box attempts to do Mivtzoim Chabad style. It all seems to be going well on camera, until the dancing soldiers take on a tune of their own.
Yesterday, the largest and most prominent Bukharian Jewish community in the United States, under the leadership of Rabbi Zalman Zvulonov and Rabbi Yitzchok Wolowik hosted the chief rabbi of Israel, Rishon Letzion Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef.
After the saga of the stolen 770 bricks, and following an exciting Tishrei, the renovation of the brick retaining wall in front of 770 commenced. Crews could be seen already yesterday removing, cleaning and preparing the old bricks for reuse.
Iran arrested an inspector from the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA), Reuters reported Wednesday. The inspector was released shortly after her arrest.
Flyers with a swastika and the Star of David were recently found in various locations on the campus of Arizona State University. Hillel and Chabad, two Jewish-student organizations at ASU, have partnered with ADL in regards to the incident.
Unofficial election results from the New York City November 5th election paint a simple picture on the winners and the losers. By far the biggest loss for the Jewish community is the likely passing of the proposed change to the voting system, making it Ranked Choice Voting.
As the New York City Police Department announced on Tuesday that its hate crimes unit was investigating a series of attacks last Friday night against Orthodox Jews in the Borough Park section of Brooklyn, a prominent leader of the community warned that the ongoing threat of antisemitic violence meant that “people in some neighborhoods are scared to leave their houses.”