Author and Historian, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, shares a unique story from Rebbetzin Chana that was told to him by the boy in the story itself.
Daily Archives: September 23, 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,
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The title might lead you to think that this is a story from the 1929 massacres that took place in Chevron, leaving the city empty of Jews, but this is actually a story of 2020 and the special time spent in Chevron.
On the first night of Rosh Hashana, Reb Avraham Lider, 61, OBM, the great heart behind the “Ahavas Chesed” organization, who for 35 years dedicated his life assisting others with medical emergencies, literally saving lives of thousands, passed away. Now is the time to remember the “Ahavas Chesed” family.
JEMcentral.org Born in 1880 to an esteemed rabbinic family, Rebbetzin Chana gained fame for her scholarship already in her youth. When her husband Levi Yitzchak, whom she wed in 1900, became Chief Rabbi of Yekaterinoslav, Ukraine, Rebbetzin Chana played a […]
Through the awesome power of technology, Shluchim can virtually host a joyous Sukkos celebration for their communities from the comfort of their own home.
For Mordechai Halberstam of Chesnut Ridge, the $13.3 Million price tag was a steal for the fully approved 2,600 home development abandoned in 2014.
In recent nights, IDF fighters have arrested 26 Arabs suspected of involvement in terrorism and possession of illegal weapons.
A New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene memo reporting an alarming spike in COVID cases has officials concerned, and promped New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio to promise more enforcement.
The Kinus Hashluchim Haolami 5781 is On!, but don’t buy an airplane ticket yet. That was the message sent from the Kinus planning vaad to Shluchim worldwide as the actual venue of the kinus remains unknown.
Tito Romero, the Commanding Officer of the 71st Precinct which covers a majority of Crown Heights, is out on injury, and the previous Commanding Officer, Norman Grandstaff, has temporarily stepped in.
This year, with the coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread through much of the world, many will be unable to attend synagogue on the Day of Atonement. To help fill that void, Chabad.org has prepared a virtual pre-Yom Kippur Yizkor event.
A day to day Halachic guide for the Crown Heights Jewish community has been published by Rabbi Braun of the Crown Heights Badatz.