It is with great sadness that we notify of the passing of Avrohom (Alejandro) Rosenfeld OBM, a member of the Chabad community of Caracas, Venezuela, and recently of New York.
Daily Archives: August 2, 2020
IDF forces on Sunday night eliminated four terrorists who attempted to place explosives on the Israeli-Syrian border. IDF fighters and IDF aircraft fired at the squad that numbered four terrorists and hit them. There were no casualties among the Israeli forces.
ASP will resume tomorrow, Monday, August 3rd through Sunday, September 5th, 2020, following the new one day a week schedule.
The topics in this week’s 320th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: What Can Be Done About Phone Addiction and Worse…? What Can I Do About My Losing Trust in G-d? Is It Appropriate to See Non-Religious Therapists; Birth of Redemption in the Belly of the Abyss; Why Is the 15th of Av Equated With Yom Kippur? Is the Battle Between Shor Ha’Bor and Leviathan a Physical or a Spiritual One? Was the “Shattering of the Containers” an Accident? Can Everyone Elevate Sparks?
A new speed camera is being installed on Remsen Avenue facing northbound at East 53rd Street. The location, right before Rutland Rd, has a rapidly growing Jewish community in the area known as Remsen Village.
In 2006, after battling with cancer for six short months, Reizi, the younger sister of Shliach Yossi Rodal, passed away at the tender age of ten years old. Yossi was only twelve years old at the time. “Dry tears” is Yossi’s story. It’s the journey he still travel every day.
Red Alert sirens blared over Israel Sunday evening and alerting the areas near Sderot of an incoming rocket from Gaza. The Iron Dome intercepted one rocket.
Hurricane Hanna roared through southern Texas this weekend, leaving flooded roadways and homes, downed trees, broken roofs and power outages in its wake, as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the state. Chabad representatives are busy reaching out to the community, particularly the elderly, while trying to safeguard the area’s kosher-food supplies.
A Jewish Brooklyn City Council candidate says his tooth was chipped when an unknown assailant walloped him in the face in what he calls an unprovoked hate attack. Police released a surveillance picture of the suspect on Friday.