Belief in the literal meaning of the Torah – including the creation of the world, is a premise for our belief and observance of the mitzvos. In this letter, the Rebbe reassures the writer that there is no need for “novel analysis” nor for apologetics of those who try to interpret Torah to fit science.
Daily Archives: October 15, 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: $995,000. Firm
This year, Ten Yad leaps beyond their usual standard of perfection with an extensive list of auction prizes that will take your breath away. Take part in the foundational mitzvah of Hachnasas Kallah, and you can win phenomenal prizes.
At Lubavitch Education Center in Miami, Vice President Mike Pence sat down for a round table discussion and was addressed and responded to local Shluchim. Pence noted his familiarity with Chabad, and voiced appreciation for their work.
Kosher CBD isn’t just simply another brand of CBD oils, it’s Lubavitch owned and an entirely new venue to the future.
The Hirsch family will be sitting shiva following the passing of Shneur Zalman Hirsch OBM. Shiva information in extended article.
The “shopping cart thief” is back in Crown Heights, busting back windows of cars to pick through their trunks. The thief made his return debut last night on Eastern Parkway near Albany Ave by targeting a Jewish minivan, rolling up with his shopping cart before breaking the back window.
After months of severely restricted and grounded flights due to COVID-19, ELAL is back in the air, and Chabad of the Airport is there to greet them. Chabad of the Airport’s stand in JFK Airport was well staffed Thursday, greeting the passengers and helping them do a mitzvah.
The “fog” of the COVID-19 numbers are forever a matter of contention. How many tests were done versus the number of positive cases? What are the areas positive “rates”? How many have died? Let’s take a look at the raw data for the Crown Heights area.
The Coronavirus Cabinet approved the opening of businesses which do not operate with audiences or open reception hours on Thursday afternoon as well as the abolition of the 1,000 meter limit on leaving the house.
The Bobover Shul on 49th street and 14th Ave in Boro Park was the first shul to receive orders to close by the City of New York over COVID-19 restriction violations.
During the period of Bein Hazmanim, bochurim in Paris spent their time doing what they do best, learning and davening. The learning was arranged under the auspices of Rabbi and Mendy and Levi Azimov in the 9th district of Paris.
After a career in criminal justice, Mr. Tzvi Slonim (1934-2019) became one of the leaders of the movement for the settlement of Judea and Samaria. He also co-founded Ariel University and the Land Redemption Fund. He was interviewed in his home in Efrat in August of 2010.