Rabbi Mendel and Esty Khutoretsky established a Chabad center on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. They joined the team of Chabad of Rural and Regional Australia (RARA) which services the Jewish population in Australia’s remote communities.
Daily Archives: October 27, 2020
Barely twenty-four hours after the premiere of the new JEM production Living with the Times, JEM has received an overwhelming response from individuals who have since taken up the daily study of “Chitas.”
The New York Election Board of Commissioners have voted to extend the early voting hours in NYC for an additional nine hours.
Police are investigating a shooting in Crown Heights that took place in the early hours of Tuesday morning. No injuries were reported.
It’s like a story out of a 1960’s mob film. Corrupt city inspectors arriving in an area to bully and intimidate by threatening heavy fines for make-believe infractions. The worst part is, it appears to be city-sanctioned.
The “Nafah army base” recently made headlines in the famous Israeli TV series on the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Valley of Tears, but an archaeological excavation conducted on the Golan Heights last month revealed for the first time that the name “Nafah” was given to the site as early as 1,700 years ago.
At least 30 Philadelphia cops were injured by early Tuesday as violent mobs torched squad cars and charged lines of officers in a night of carnage sparked by the police shooting of a knife-wielding man.
The US military now believes that seven senior leaders of the Al Qaeda terrorist organization were killed in a recent US airstrike in northwestern Syria.
It took months of denials, an endorsement from President Trump, and many misrepresented studies, but a case study of Dr. Zelenko’s protocol has finally been published, and it shows he was right.
Mazal Tov to Laya and Our Big Kitchen for being recognized as a local hero by Westfields Local Hero Award.