A Lubavitcher bochur driving on Atlantic Ave narrowly missed becoming a victim Wednesday evening, after a drive by shooting sent a bullet through the window of the car he was driving.
Daily Archives: June 17, 2020
Whether it was risking her life to bring food to hungry students at an underground yeshivah in the Soviet Union or standing by her husband as he taught thousands of students in Canada who were thirsty for the Torah’s wisdom, Mrs. Rivkah Karp, 90, who passed away April 4, was a stalwart for Jewish education and tending to the needs of others.
Despite allowing only 10 people in the downstairs 770 minyon, the shul is still being kept up to date. The sign that tells mispallelim the Moled (expected new moon) has been updated for this coming Rosh Chodesh Tammuz on Monday and Tuesday.
The CKids Gan Yisroel overnight camp began this week in South Florida, with lots of children receiving a fun filled summer in a Kosher and positive environment.
Tonight at Live at 7:30PM ET, 4:30 PT: 2020 VISION, How the Rebbe embraced technology to reach millions with Rabbi Elkana Shmotkin, Executive Director of Jewish Educational Media
The fireworks have been a bane to the Crown Heights community for a week now, in fact, they have been without stop all over Brooklyn and Queens. So what is really going on? CrownHeights.info made some inquiries, and with a little digging found the answer.
A few weeks ago, the Israeli Navy thwarted a naval smuggling attempt of weapons into the Gaza Strip from the coast of northern Sinai. The intelligence and operational activity was conducted following joint operational and intelligence efforts of the Israeli Navy and the ISA along with the IDF Intelligence Directorate.
The nightly fireworks harassing Crown Heights are being done by “unknown citizens,” right? Nope, or at least not always. A Crown Heights resident caught fireworks being lit by firefighters of the FDNY in Crown Heights.
Crown Heights residents began inundating the 911 system with reports of illegal fireworks Tuesday night, as the explosive displays of lawlessness continue each night for a week.
This Tuesday, June 23rd is a primary election which should be important for Torah observant Jews as we could finally get an observant Jew in the US Congress.
Initiated by Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, didactical games, strategical games and creative play toys were distributed throughout Russia to motivate them to do more mitzvos and trust in Hashem.