Today, the Biden-Harris Administration announced six initial actions it plans to initiate to address the “gun violence public health epidemic.”
Daily Archives: April 7, 2021
In honor of the annual cycle of learning Meseches Sotah during the days of Sefirah, kovetz Chassidus Meluketes, a remarkable compilation of Chassidus and Kabbalah on Daf Yud of Sotah has been published.
A suspected MS-13 gang member was arrested by a Border Patrol officer after illegally crossing the US-Mexico border into California on Wednesday, authorities announced.
A Los Angeles Jewish community was targeted again with anti-Semitic graffiti this week when an unknown person painted swastikas on a shul and Jewish-owned businesses Tuesday.
The Caribbean island of Grenada—known for its white sandy beaches, stunning waterfalls and an abundance of nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and ginger—is also home to a thriving medical school. Now, the Spice Isle will also be the site of a new 15,000-square-foot Chabad center that will serve as a home away from home for the hundreds of Jewish medical students who study there each year.
An Orthodox Jewish coupled has filed a federal lawsuit accusing two New York City agencies of discrimination in affordable housing lotteries, according to The Associated Press. The lawsuit alleges that the reason for the discrimination was the large size of the Orthodox Jewish family.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday an Iranian ship, the Saviz, had been attacked in the Red Sea, a day after media reports that the vessel had been hit with limpet mines.
You know that Merkos’s new Ambassador program that aims to empower others to become Shluchim is working well when you can’t get away from reminders to count Sefira. Would the person who got this stewardess to remind an entire plane full of Jewish people returning after Pesach to count Sefira please stand up?
A chemical attack on the Chabad House in the Rechavia neighborhood in Yerushalayim sent Shliach Rabbi Yisroel Goldberg to the hospital this week, and is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
Jewish residents of a Paris suburb chased and overpowered a man whom witnesses said tried to stab three Jews outside a synagogue, then handed him over to police.