This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Binyomin Schlanger lives in Jerusalem with his wife. Throughout his lifetime he has dedicated himself to many different projects and institutions involved in Hafotzas Hama’ayonos. He currently spends the majority of his day learning and translating sichos of the Rebbe dedicated to Shleimus Ha’aretz and to the Sichos of Nun Aleph, Nun Beis of our final mission in Golus to be Mekabel Pnei Moshiach Tzidkenu.
Daily Archives: November 7, 2019
These parshios are about Avraham Avinu, the father of the Jewish people and a very unique individual, of whom it is said “Echad haya Avraham,” Avraham was one. He was indeed just one person, yet was able to change the world. The Rebbe’s letter this week discusses exactly this point: the uniqueness of man and and the great power which just one person has to affect and change the world.
The Brunoy yeshiva is holding its annual fundraising raffle to continue providing a world class education to the hundreds of Bochurim currently enrolled in its program.
This past Sunday, over 50,000 runners joined New York City’s annual marathon. The marathon begins on the Staten Island side of the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge, and ends in Central Park in Manhattan. Watch this amazing footage as the runners begin their journey.
A minivan was broken into Wednesday night while parked on a Crown Heights street. The back window of the vehicle was smashed, and the van rummaged through.
Two Iranian men have pleaded guilty to charges stemming from surveillance activities on behalf of the Iranian regime, according to the Justice Department (DOJ) on Nov. 6. One of the two admitted to surveilling a Chicago Chabad House.
A 6:30am Shiur Chassidus attracted a crowd this morning at Anshai Lubavitch Shul in Crown Heights.
Please be advised. New bus-mounted cameras on the B44 Select Bus Service route, which runs through Crown Heights, began yesterday, Nov 6th, snapping photos of cars in dedicated bus lanes used by the B44 and B49 bus routes.
A young German Jew has revealed the shocking details of an antisemitic assault he was subjected to while changing in a gym locker room on Monday.
The maintenance and Kitchen staff at Bais Rivkah Lefferts did not come into work Thursday morning in what appears to be a strike over not being paid. The strike left the students without breakfast, and teachers to arrange food for their students themselves. Update 11:15am: The workers are reportedly back at work, and the money paid.
Rabbi Baruch Wilhelm is an expert scribe, writing Torah scrolls, tefillin and mezuzot. His highly emotional interview, which was conducted in Hebrew, was recorded at his home in Nachlat Har Chabad, Kiryat Malachi, Israel, in July of 2016.
This time, the battleground was a building in the open-air market of a major city in the south that missionaries were using to run events for local Jews. The owner of the facility received highly inflated rent and so was willing to look the other way at their nefarious activities. Now it’s a shul.