Several weeks ago, in a Mishpachah article about Jewish Educational Media (JEM) and their work in maintaining the legacy of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, a story was included about a bochur named Zalman Lipsker, who was sent late one night to lay tefillin on a Jew from Long Beach. The day after the article appeared, Rabbi Lipsker received a call from a reader, who introduced herself as the daughter of Louie Shelder, the man to whom the Rebbe had sent the teenage Zalman.
Daily Archives: December 4, 2019
In honor of Rosh Chodesh Kislev a Seudas Hoda’ah and Farbrengen was held at the Yeshiva Gedolah, many of Anash gathered to hear Divrei Torah and Farbreng with the Talmidim and Hanholos Hayeshiva.
Two weeks ago, while Rabbi Chaim and Sora Jacobs the Shluchim to Scotland were in New York for the Lubavitch Shluchim Conference, they met with US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman at his home New York.
JLI’s new course this fall, Worrier to Warrior, has struck a chord with the public across the country and the globe with many shluchim seeing unusually high numbers of participants. Multiple shluchim report a significant increase in student enrollment, with some experiencing their largest turnout in JLI history.
Crown Heights Shomrim has released additional video of the attack on a Beis Rivkah school that occurred on Tuesday. The shocking video shows the teens repeatedly target school buses passing by.
The Trump administration Wednesday formalized work requirements for recipients of food stamps, a move that will cause hundreds of thousands of people to lose access to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP.
The OK Kashrus, a Crown Heights based Kashrus organization has released an alert notifying the Jewish community of the unauthorized use of the OK Kashrus symbol on Nuts being sold in Bolla Markets.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Meir (Hakohen) Lerer OBM, a Chossid and member of the Chabad community in Nachlas Har Chabad in Israel. He passed away on Wednesday, the 6th of Kislev, 5780.
Israeli police said Wednesday they had arrested two Arabs from eastern Jerusalem suspected of plotting with the Islamic State group to attack Israelis in the Holy City.
Watch this beautiful composition, as thousands of people gathered together to sing “Aba” (Tatte) over Chol Hamoed Sukkos at the Binyenei HaUma in Jerusalem. After rehearsing for about 30 minutes, the thousands in the audience performed the song while directed by maestro Yoel Dickman.
The Jewish cemetery in Westhoffen, west of Strasbourg in France, was vandalized with swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti this week. Over 107 gravestones were damaged in what is becoming a trend of cemetery desecrations in Europe.