Permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 1337 Sterling Place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Located between Troy Avenue and Schenectady Avenue, the lot is near the Utica Avenue subway station, serviced by the 3 and 4 trains.
Daily Archives: November 28, 2019
Saadia Hershkop, who specializes in taking people off the beaten path throughout the Chevron and Shomron regions on their visits to Israel, takes us on an exclusive journey to where many of the stories in the Torah took place. Watch the third episode of this new series exclusively on CrownHeights.info.
In honor of Rosh Chodesh Kislev, the day marking the Rebbe’s return to full health, Living Torah this week features an interview with Dr. Louis Teichholz, a cardiologist who treated the Rebbe after the heart attack.
This weeks letter is a summary of an exchange of letters – which Rabbi Mindel had in the early 1960’s with a team of reform “scholars” who translated the Bible to English. He took particular issue with their gross mis-translation and false implications of the verses referring to the selling of the birthright by Esav to Yaakov.
Delegate from across the globe enjoyed the Chabad Partners Conference a division of this years Kinus Hashluchim. Welcomed by Rabbi Lipa Brennan, who co chaired the event with Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie, Yorba Linda CA, the attendees enjoyed a series of speeches, presentations and dialogues during which they developed a deeper understanding of Chabad and their role as partners of the Shluchim.
The NYPD has released additional video footage of the group of teens that assaulted two Jewish boys Monday evening on Eastern parkway. The video, a much clearer video, also shows all five of the assailants.
The idea of arranging a hike for the blind and visually impaired came from Rabbi Chezky and Chani Lifshitz of Chabad of Kathmandu, Nepal. The trek, which took place three weeks ago, was organized in partnership with the Center for the Blind in Israel, and was an amazing success.
In an unusual move, Israel called on Pakistan to prosecute the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks in which 166 people were murdered, including six Jews murdered in a Chabad house.
On Tuesday, November 26, Chabad hosted a special talk by Dr. Zelenko. Listeners had the opportunity to hear the thought-provoking, heartwarming, and highly uplifting first-hand account of his deeply personal life journey and overcoming life-challenges.
Escalating the legal dispute between Russia and the United States over the Schneerson collection of Jewish texts, prosecutors in Moscow sought an arrest warrant for Rabbi Shalom Dov-Ber Levine, the director and curator at the Central Chabad-Lubavitch Research Library.
Watch this beautiful clip celebrating the Rebbe’s recovery from a heart attack, and his renewed devotion for years thereafter to leading the Jewish nation with vigor and strength.
Rabbi Simcha Piekarski, who lives in Deerfield Beach, Florida, spends his time teaching and studying Torah and working with his wife in her interior design business. He was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter Project in September of 2019.
Chabad emissary in Moscow, Rabbi Shaya Deitch, visited Israeli citizen Naama Issachar, who is imprisoned in Russia after being convicted of drug offenses.