With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Yisroel Teitelbaum OBM, a Shliach and member of Anash of Morristown, NJ. He passed away on Thursday, the 11th of Cheshvan, 5781.
Daily Archives: October 29, 2020
Citizens across Israel reported power outages that lasted between a quarter of an hour and half an hour on Thursday night. The IEC explained that the power outages were due to a malfunction in production units.
Send a Ten Yad prize package to someone special in your life! It is the gift that keeps on giving, with its effect felt for generations to come.
As we begin this week the history of the Jewish people with our Patriarch, Avraham, known for his teaching of “monotheism” to a society steeped in idolatry, we present a letter from the Rebbe contrasting the idea of “faith” and “reason”.
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.
Should a Frum person vote for Trump of Biden? Dovid Goldbaum lays out the case with ten Reasons a frum person should vote for Donald Trump.
At this past Sundays Jewish Pro-Trump parade, one stood out for not only being unabashedly pro-Trump, but also pro thanking Hashem. Let’s not forget that Trump 2020 or Biden 2020 is ultimately up to Hashem.
NYPD Chief Juanita Holmes was named the department’s new chief of patrol Thursday, making her the first woman to hold the position in the law enforcement agency’s 175-year history.
The White House has notified Congress that it intends to sell the F-35 aircraft to the United Arab Emirates. According to the report, Washington intends to sell 50 of the aircraft to the UAE.
A frum doctor in the South Florida Jewish Community, who worked the front lines of the pandemic in Mount Sinai Medical Center, goes home after fighting the virus for more than 3 months.
Three Shluchos, Reuvena Grodnitzky, Mushky Raitman, and Sonia Hazan were interviewed by Kosher.com and shared their hosting tips and how they are handling the Coronavirus.
After the amazing feedback of the Learn Bifnim and Win program just a few months ago, now with students back to their classrooms, Igud Hamelamdim stepped up their initiative with a new program to encourage boys to review and master Torah texts inside.
Take a look through the lens of chabad French photographer Morde’hai Lubecki as he tours the deserted landmarks of Paris back under lockdown.
A woman was decapitated and two other people were killed by a knife-wielding “terrorist” who shouted “Allahu akbar!” at a church in the French city of Nice — one of three attacks targeting the country on Thursday.
Episode 4/8: How could you ever know that for Faye Kranz of Richmond, VA, a visit to the dollar store could mean meeting a Tallis weaver.
For nearly forty years, Rabbi Siman-Tov Maguri-Cohen taught in schools in Netivot and Jerusalem. He was interviewed in September of 2018.