Just an hour after Crown Heights Shomrim finished with a hate filled incident on Albany Ave, Shomrim responded to a call for a young teenager who had pulled out what looked like a gun on a Jewish woman. He was arrested by the NYPD.
Daily Archives: January 14, 2020
A Crown Heights resident who decided to check things out for himself was horrified to discover that the quinoa he had recently purchased was in fact teeming with bugs.
A man walking up Albany Ave triggered a large police and Shomrim response Tuesday afternoon, as he spewed hate at Jewish people walking on the Ave. The police took the man into custody, and sent him to the hospital for an evaluation.
Amazon notified its third-party merchants on Tuesday that they could once again use FedEx’s Ground network to ship orders placed under Amazon’s Prime membership program, nearly a month after imposing a ban on the service because of performance issues.
A New Jersey law that would have ended a religious exemption to vaccine requirements for children attending any school in the state was defeated on Monday.
Chabad representatives serving twenty university campuses Europe-wide met up in London last week.
In the wake of the news about how Chabad of Halifax helped the stranded passengers of EL AL flight 26, Rabbi Shimon Posner shares his thoughts.
Chassidim worldwide are uniting in a coordinated and consistent regimen of learning Likutei Sichos every week, with the aim to complete all 1,227 sichos in approximately 8 years.
In the wake of the horrific stabbing attack in Monsey New York, and the string of violent hate crimes against the Jewish community in Brooklyn, Chabad of the Bluegrass hosted a day of Unity, Solidarity and Prayer.
A fire broke out in a third-floor apartment above a commercial location on Nostrand Ave late Tuesday morning at around 11:20am. No injuries were reported.
Eric Steger, a regular at Chabad of Sunnyvale, California, gave a life-saving liver donation last week to a man from Iowa. He says he gets his inspiration from a Rebbe card he keeps in his wallet.
Watch as Abie Rottenberg and Shlomo Simcha sit down in the home of Rabbi Yitzy Hurwitz, Shliach to Temacula, California for Kumzitz. Rabbi Yitzi suffers from ALS, a disease that has paralyzed him nearly completely, but has not stopped him from touching the hearts of tens of thousands.
After a technical malfunction stranded the passengers of ELAL flight 26 in Halifax Virginia for Shabbos, Chabad stepped up to the plate. Barry Schechter, a passenger on the stranded flight, was touched by the actions and open hearts of the Chabad of Halifax, and penned the following letter as he continued on their trip to Eretz Yisroel.