The Gedalia Society has released an update for the crown Heights Jewish community regarding reinfections within the community, as well as summer plans.
Daily Archives: June 26, 2020
An attempted theft in Crown Heights brought home the shocking reality of today’s mindset, after the thief attempted to justify his crime with, his heritage.
The Red Color siren was heard in communities located near the Gaza border on Friday evening. The IDF confirmed that two rockets were fired from Gaza toward the area.
Recently I read an article about wearing a “shabbos belt”, and that propelled me to post the following thoughts which I had written years ago. It would have been posted last week, as then is when we learned the parsha of tzitzis. However, being that last week was the shabbos before gimmel Tammuz I wrote about fulfilling the Rebbe’s ratzon.
A federal judge in Albany has issued a preliminary injunction overturning New York’s limitation on religious gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, as an impermissible restriction on religious freedom considering the government’s allowing large race protests at the same time.
The Global Gimmel Tammuz Hiskashrus event by Vaad ohr Vchom, was a smashing success, including an estimated 100,000 viewers on 45,000 devices. Take a look at this master gallery from the historic event.
Rabbi Zvi Hershcovich, a Shliach in NDG, Quebec who also performs stand up comedy as Cholentface, has started a weekly comedy and Parsha video for his congregation and for Jews across the world.
New York State Senator Zellnor Myrie made note of the day of Gimmel Tammuz in a social media post that told a story of the Rebbe that is personal to him.
A former chaplain of Columbia University and scholar-in-residence at the UJA-Federation of New York, Rabbi Michael Paley presently serves as the senior scholar for the Joint Distribution Committee in Hungary and the director of the Tarbut Fellowship. He was interviewed in May of 2014.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe during Krias HaTorah.