Yeshivas Kayitz Tzerei HaShluchim – Tzfas, this year located in Heber, Arizona, printed a Tanya for the very first time in Honor of Chof Av, the Yahrzeit of the Rebbe’s father, Harav Levi Yitzchak.
Daily Archives: August 17, 2020
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $949,000. Negotiable
A few weeks ago, Dr. Zev Zelenko was diagnosed with a recurrence of a rare form of cancer of the heart that had also spread to his hip. He underwent emergency open heart surgery and will need radiation and difficult chemotherapy. He will not be able to work for an extended period of time and his family needs our support.
A new Chassidus and Psychology course is being launched with author and historian Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, starting on Sunday, the 3rd of Elul-August 23rd.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Yaakov Gedalya ben Yosef Dov Safranovitz OBM, a well known rabbi and resident of Los Angeles, California. He passed away on Monday morning, the 27th of Av, 5780.
Alexander Yuk Ching Ma, 67, a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer, was arrested on Aug. 14, 2020, on a charge that he conspired with a relative of his who also was a former CIA officer to communicate classified information up to the Top Secret level to intelligence officials of the People’s Republic of China.
As schools gear up to open, each with its own variation of COVID precautions, a Kinus will be held online next Monday and Tuesday featuring twelve major sessions with outstanding presenters.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that gyms can open as soon as August 24th, under strict guidelines.
An isolated COVID-19 case reported in Mountain Lodge Estates, a chabad bungalow colony in Monticello New York, has grown into what doctors are calling a mini outbreak, and prompting a limited lockdown.
A stabbing attack in the old city of Jerusalem left the attacker dead, and a border policeman moderately wounded Monday night.
President Trump has threatened to send the feds to intervene in New York City following the surge in shootings that’s left at least seven people dead and more than 50 shot in less than a week in the Big Apple.
In response to flyers of hate, and a threatening phone call to the center, Chabad of the Bluegrass will launch a new initiative to educate both Jews and Non-Jews in the region, as a preemptive strike to hatred.
Israel’s most ancient soap-making workshop (soapery) has been exposed in recent weeks at an excavation site run by the Israel Antiquities Authority and young participants, inside a wealthy home of the Islamic period (approximately 1200 years ago), in the Bedouin city of Rahat.