A mistake on the times for the fast of Asarah Bteves has been found on certain calendars used in the Crown Heights Jewish community. Please correct your calendars so as not to accidently make a mistake.
Daily Archives: December 24, 2020
Rabbi Pinchas Taylor, a shliach in south Florida, gave an in-depth lecture on this fascinating topic to a Chabad-house crowd, explaining the history of this day, the customs surrounding it, and its relevance to the Jewish community.
Episode 8/8: Little did Shaindy Gluck of West Lafayette, IN, expect that a barista in Wabash Township of Tippecanoe County would know what kosher is, let alone keep it.
As tonight is Nittel Nacht, when Lubavitch has the custom not to study Torah, we present a complete – Beginner to Master – Chess Guide so that people may use out their available time to sharpen their skills.
A friendly reminder to our dear readers: Tonight is “Nittel Nacht,” and the Chabad custom is not to learn Torah, so as not to “add Chayus” to impurity.
This Motzei Shabbos, Parshas Vayigash, an Oholei Torah Alumni Shiur will be held at 8:30 pm EST. The shiur is in memory of the beloved Rosh Yeshiva of Beis Medrash Oholei Torah, Reb Yisroel Friedman, a”h.
Now that Yaakov Avinu goes down to MItzrayim to be reunited with Yosef, he is preparing the ground for his family’s move. He sends Yehudah ahead of the others to establish a yeshivah. This week’s letter is the advice the Rebbe gives to an orthodox Jew on where he should settle with his family.
Rabbi Benjy Stock of CSSY – Chevra Simchas Shabbos V’Yom Tov – is known for feeding the hungry and supplying poor families with Shabbos and Yom Tov needs. Now he has stepped up to help three families in desperate need.
The world suffered a devastating blow this past November when Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom and a brilliant scholar and teacher, tragically passed away at the age of 72. Now, six of Sacks’s peers—chief rabbis in countries around the world—are paying tribute to his life of leadership.
Master storyteller Rabbi Shalom Perl has released a new children’s story titled, “Surviving in the Lion’s Den”. The story is available on Soundcloud, and on his website at RabbiPerlStories.com.
Britain on Thursday finally reached a divorce deal for its exit from the European Union after more than four years of bitter negotiations.
It has been cleared for publication that, following intel and operations of Shabak, Police and IDF, a terrorist suspect in the murder of Esther Horgan has been arrested.
Rabbi Ben Zion Cohen resides in Kfar Chabad, Israel where he teaches at Yeshivat Ohr Temimim. He was interviewed in October of 2018.