What a catch, this special person got Dennis Prager of Preger University fame to put on Tefillin. Who was your best catch?
Daily Archives: May 23, 2021
Hundreds of bochurim join Merkos Shlichus to enhance the spirit of Shavuos across remote Communities the world over.
Socialist representation of Crown Heights? A BDS supporter as your City Council member? Jewish concerns shelved? Yep. And all you have to do is ignore the coming June 22 election. An Op-Ed by Yaacov Behrman and Shlomie Klein.
The topics in this week’s 355th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Should We Have Ahavas Yisroel to Jews Who Incite Against Other Jews? What Is the Significance of 12 Sivan? Why Is It Critical to Ensure That the “Flame Rises on Its Own”? Israel Under Attack and the Cease Fire: What Should Our Attitude Be? What Can We Do to Help the Situation? In an Ideal World, What Would Happen to the Palestinians Currently Living in Israel? Should We Remove Mezuzos to Avoid Being Targeted by Anti-Semitic Mobs?
There is a small window of opportunity to still apply for PPP. The deadline to get your application submitted to the SBA is 05/31, however, funds may run out any moment.
Six Israelis, some with close connections to chabad, are among fourteen people who died Sunday in a cable car crash in a resort town in Italy.
HatzolahAir, a branch of Hatzalah that ferries people long distances and overseas, has announced the welcoming of their newest fleet vehicle, an airplane.
Watch a replay of the 66th International N’Shei Chabad Convention held on over Zoom.
Just days after Israel accused Iran of providing drones to Hamas in Gaza, a factory where such drones are manufactured has fallen victim to a mysterious explosion.
The community is invited to join in the completion of a Sefer Torah written in honor of Harav Hachosid Hatomim Rabbi Yehuda Leib Groner OBM.
Two shootings were reported in Crown Heights Motzei Shabbos sending at least one person to the hospital.
Chabad of South Broward has become the next site to be targeted in an anti-Semitic attack this past week in South Florida, marking a worrying rise in these incidents.
College graduations provide faculty the opportunity to honor students who invest four years of hard work, but COVID restrictions have eliminated that experience for many. When the University of Minnesota announced that there would be no in-person commencement, Chabad organized a ceremony for students and their families.
With jubilant chants of “Vive Palestine” one of the men who brutally beat a Jewish man in Midtown Manhattan last week was released from police custody, back onto the streets last night.