In a touching remake, Abie Rotenberg and Baruch Levine sing a song based on the original Abie Rotenberg classic “The Place Where I Belong”. In the original song, the Torah was not in Shul, today we find ourselves the one out of shul, and longing for “The Place Where We Belong”.
Daily Archives: April 3, 2020
The Vaad Hanegunim has announced the release of this years Niggun for Yud Aleph Nissan, marking the Rebbe’s 118 years, by composer Reb Sholom Brochstat. Brochstat has already composed a few Nigunim that have became quite popular in Lubavitch.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized the first test for coronavirus that measures antibodies in the blood. Such tests could identify people who have recovered from COVID-19, a key for knowing who’s immune and for developing a vaccine.
The family of Rabbi Yisroel Friedman OBM would love to compile stories and anecdotes about him. If you have anything to share, please email StoriesRebYisroel@gmail.com. Any format – written, audio or visual – would be welcome.
He was the bane of journalists and interviewers, a tight-lipped, Soviet-born Lubavitcher Chassid whose poker face belied the horrors he had seen and the secret work he spent decades immersed in. Rabbi Gedalya Korf earned a reputation as a man who “said little [but] did much.” Korf passed away from COVID-19-related complications on March 30 (5 Nissan), at the age of 90, having kept most of his life’s work classified until the very end.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Tzvi Abba Lerman OBM, a loved teacher in Crown Heights. He passed away Friday morning, the 9th of Nissan, 5780.
A sixteenth update of guidelines for the Crown Heights Jewish community has been published with an advisory for measures that will keep the Crown Heights community safe over pesach.
As we prepare for Yud Aleph Nissan, 118 years since the Rebbe’s neshoma was sent to illuminate this world, and prepare it for the coming of Moshiach Yzidkeinu, may it be speedily in our days, I am posting a story that I received a month ago.
Is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Michael Cohen OBM, a devoted shliach of the Rebbe to the French speaking community of New York City. He passed away on Friday, the 9th of Nissan, 5780.
Watch Live: The Levaya of Rabbi Avraham Aaron Rubashkin OBM will be streamed live for each and every person to virtually attend, as the procession makes its way from Boro Park, through Crown Heights and 770, and onto the cemetery.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe.