Stay the course and stand strong against the pressure, it’s the way the rebbe prescribed as the solution for the State of Israel, and it’s up to us to make sure that happens.
Daily Archives: May 14, 2021
The Jewish Children’s Museum celebrated its 16th Anniversary Gala with a virtual event Wednesday, the Twelfth of May, Rosh Chodesh Sivan.
The Shoneh Halachos program for eighth-grade boys finished another year with a grand chidon which wowed the attendees with the contestant’s ability to quote the Halocho almost verbatim.
We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Bamidbar:
This week I am posting some of my notes on the Frierdiker Rebbe, as it relates to Matan Torah, they are taken from the notes I have jotted down as I research his life for his two volume biography.
On Sunday, May 9, Over 1500 young Jewish singles participated in an unprecedented speed dating event arranged by Met @Chabad, a new initiative from Chabad Young Professionals (CYP) International.
A child in Crown Heights was struck and injured Friday morning while riding a scooter on Albany Ave in Crown Heights. Hatzalah responded and treated the boy, transporting him to the hospital.
Census Taken… Again, Family Formations Formed, Kehas Clan Carry Covered keilim, and Ads. Shazak has released their weekly “Parsha Post For Parshas Bamidbar”, and has made it available for all here on CrownHeights.info.
As they have so many times in our history, Jews around the world rally around their brothers and sisters in Israel, offering moral support. But they want to know, how can they really help? The JEM team has quickly prepared an early release segment of the full-length film Armed, an engaging documentary on the Rebbe’s historic Tefillin campaign during the Six Day War.
As the conflict that has sucked Israel into a terrible war of attrition enters its fifth day, CrownHeights.info provides an overview of events overnight and an ongoing feed of live updates.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe receiving an aliya.