The Biden administration will keep the US Embassy to Israel in Jerusalem, Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken said during his Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
Daily Archives: January 19, 2021
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Watch the final farewell address of President Donald J. Trump as he prepares to leave the White House and the new Biden administrations inauguration.
by Menachem Posner – chabad.org Nearly a year ago, Rabbi Mendy and Itty Lieberman experienced every parent’s worst nightmare. They woke up one morning to discover that their 4-month-old son, Avremele, was no longer among the living. There had been […]
The girls mivtzoim division of Lubavitch Youth Organization (Tzach) is hosting a Zoom Q&A event with Rabbi Kasriel Kastel. He will be speaking about mivtzoim and answer questions that are on the minds of girls and women involved in mivtzoim.
The melody for “Betzes Yisrael” was composed in the 1930’s by the second rebbe of the Modzich Hasidism – known as the author of the “Emri Shaul.” Chazzan Aryeh Leib Hurwitz and Ofir Sobol collaborated to create this beautiful rendition backed by a full orchestra.
Who wants to be a billionaire? Really, it could be you. Between the Mega Millions and PowerBall lotteries up for grabs Tuesday and Wednesday, a lucky winner could potentially strike it rich with numbers totaling $1.5 Billion.
Sheldon Adelson, who passed away on Jan. 11 at the age of 87, will long be remembered as a bold serial entrepreneur who put his substantial fortune (estimated at $33.5 billion) to work supporting medical research; promoting Jewish security, education, identity and continuity; and leaving his mark on world events.
In the summer of 1980, an enterprising young Chassid had a novel idea: What if he could find a way to broadcast the Rebbe’s Farbrengens on live television? With the Rebbe’s blessing, a new organization was born.
Monday night saw another bad car crash in Crown Heights, continuing a recent trend in car wrecks in the area. There were no reported injuries in the crash.
With 300 bochurim invited to attend the Halikut siyum next Sunday, organizers have announced a first of its kind crossfire to take place during the day’s events.
An additional two Jewish families with small children were permitted to leave Yemen last week and reach safe shores in Abu Dhabi, where they joined the other Jewish families who have left in recent months with the aid of the Emirate government. The Emirate government has been following the bloody civil war in Yemen and has taken steps to save the Jewish families living there.
The NYPD’s 71st Precinct, which covers a large portion of Crown Heights, announced the seizure of a large rifle discovered during a Domestic Violence arrest.