Earlier today, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo launched the ‘No Hate in Our State’ campaign that includes a series of comprehensive proposals in the FY 2021 Budget to combat hate, division and anti-Semitism in New York State.
Daily Archives: February 27, 2020
At the start of the joyous month of Adar, when we increase in Simcha – we share a letter of the Rebbe with advice to someone who feels a “lack of happiness in my life.”
A fascinating new Agadta Shiur on Ein Yaakov will now be taking place nightly in 770. A nightly Ein Yaakov shiur was something the Rebbe personally requested and mentioned was of great significance and importance to all the Rebbeim.
Send a meaningful gift to family and friends, a small packet of love, with an impact that will last all year long! Friendship Circle of Brooklyn is offering beautifully created gift cards that you can personalize and share with friends and family in lieu of Mishloach Manos.
A 7-year-old boy was fatally struck by a vehicle while walking with his mom Thursday morning in Brooklyn, officials say. EMS rushed the child to Brookdale Hospital in critical condition but later died, authorities say.
A Crown Heights bochur working out in a Crown Heights Gym this week, was the victim of an unprovoked attack by a man using anti-Semitic slurs. The police were called, and the man arrested.
Project Likkutei Sichos releases – for the first time ever- an answer of the Rebbe, shedding light on the Rebbe’s involvement in the preparation of a Sicha for publication.
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett on Thursday signed an order to seize $4 million transferred from Iran to Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The money was intended to develop Hamas terrorist infrastructure in Gaza.
At a press conference Thursday, Health Ministry Director Moshe Bar Simantov said that an Israeli who had returned from Italy 4 days ago was examined after feeling unwell and diagnosed, making him the first in Israel to be found carrying the virus.
Mr. Shlomo Nakdimon, a veteran Israeli political reporter, was close to Prime Minister Menachem Begin and served as his communications consultant. He was interviewed in Tel Aviv in August of 2009.
Due to popular demand and request by many who are unable to attend the local Crown Heights class, the popular class by Rabbi Mendy Wolf is now available to listen live via conference call.
The Supreme Planning Council of the Civil Administration has approved building plans for the Binyamin-area community of Eli, granting authorization to hundreds of houses in the locality.