Visiting the Ohel is for everyone. Jews of all stripes, gentiles, celebrities and politicians. But did you know that you had a gentile neighbor that goes to the Ohel more than you?
Daily Archives: September 7, 2020
A unique inside clip on a monumental moment in Chabad history has been released from the archive of Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, acquired for his book entitled “Chabad and Gedolim.” The eleven minute clip is of 90 plus year old Rabbi Nosson Greenblatt, the former Rabbi of Memphis, who was a protege student of Reb Moshes in Yeshivas Tiferes Yerushalyim.
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The NYPD’s 71st police precinct which covers a majority of the Crown Heights Jewish community announced the seizure of another four guns Sunday night, bringing the total of confiscated guns to eleven in less than a week.
In a letter addressed to the fundraising dinner of Colel Chabad, the Rebbe provides insight to the significance of the month of Elul, and encourages the participants to become partners in Colel Chabad’s important work.
A new initiative from CTeen, provides a hands on leadership experience to Jewish teens around the world. ‘’Transform Tishrei’’ is a program that shares the beauty of the many mitzvot of the month, with as many teens as possible,
Rabbi Mendy and Mushka Grossbaum have been appointed to open the first Chabad center in Los Angeles’ Crescenta Valley.
Thousands of dollars in lifesaving equipment was tracked down Monday morning after a unabashed thief broke the back window of a Hatzalah vehicle, making off with the equipment inside.
As hundreds of children made their way to school on Labor Day morning, Crown Heights Shomrim fanned out across multiple “hotspot” corners in the shchuna, ensuring that each child arrived safely to their school.
Chai Elul marks a turning point, preparations for Tishrei go into high gear, and Chassidim make the final arrangements for the trip to the Rebbe. In honor of the day, Lahak Hanochos has released a never-before-printed Sicha from Shabbos Nitzavim-Vayelech 5733, where the Rebbe expressed his concern about the situation of the orchim in Crown Heights, and outlined his vision of how it should be.
Deeply embedded within the biography of Lubavitcher Chassidim in the 20th century is the story of the Great Escape from the Soviet Union. Just after World War II, from early mid-1946 until New Year’s Day 1947, more than 1,000 Lubavitcher men, women and children illegally fled the Soviet Union using purchased or doctored Polish citizenship documents. The story of Chaim Osher Kahanov.
Last week, Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, paid an extended visit to Russia’s largest kosher slaughterhouse, where he inspected the knives of the Shochtim, and closely inspected the entire process.
A Hamas terrorist plot to bomb the Bilu Junction of Tel Aviv was foiled in mid-August, the Shin Bet internal security agency revealed Monday afternoon.
It’s not J’Ouvert in Crown Heights without violence, and despite there being no official parade, J’Ouvert did not disappoint. An early morning shooting in Crown Heights left five people shot, including a six year old boy.