No Justice No Peace. And the police came prepared for this major protest on Eastern Parkway with multiple police cars. Either way, as the dozen or so protesters are saying, don’t forget to remain six feet distance.
Daily Archives: May 9, 2021
The topics in this week’s 354th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: If the “World Is Ready For Moshiach” Why Are We Still Suffering Tragedy After Tragedy? What Does G-d Want of Us? What Is Bitachon in Face of Tragedy? How Can This Bring Us to Grow in Our Love, Unity, and Acceptance of Each Other? Is It Right to Blame Anyone for the Tragedy? Why Should Lack of Respect Be a Cause for Death? What Can We Learn From This Shavuos Being 3333 Years Since Matan Torah?
Air raid sirens wailed in the Israeli city of Ashkelon Sunday evening after two rockets were fired from the Gaza strip.
CrownHeights.info presents a gallery of photos with the streets and views of Crown Heights Erev Shabbos. This gallery is courtesy of MendelsPhotography.
On 22 Iyar 1976, the Rebbe sent a group of Talmidei Hashluchim to Cincinnati, OH to open a branch of Tomchei Temimim. The local newspaper wrote an article on their arrival. Can you identify the bochurim and Hanhalla in the picture?
Now entering its third year, Online Cheder continues to achieve its central goal, that of meeting the needs of each and every talmid and motivating them to love learning while building needed skills.
As Duke University celebrates commencement festivities and bids farewell to their 2021 graduates, there is additional cause for celebration among its Jewish students. They can now look forward to greeting incoming students this fall with an expansive new presence centrally located alongside Duke’s East Campus in Durham, N.C.
Another false alarm this weekend after an out of control Chinese space rocket, widely publicized as possibly hitting New York, landed in the Indian Ocean.