The Vaad Hatmimim has republished its Beis Chayenu publication with special content in connection with Chof Ches Sivan, the day the Rebbe and Rebbetzin arrived to America.
Daily Archives: June 7, 2021
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On his way to Eretz Yisroel for a two day trip, the Satmar Rebbe of Kiryas Joel, Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum stopped by the tefillin booth from Chabad of the Airport and received a Kuntres from the Lubavitcher Rebbe before giving a bracha for the booths continued success.
A package of Hardwood Smoked Ham Steak from The Golub Company and sold in Price Chopper is not kosher despite the OU symbol on its packaging.
The Department of Justice today announced that it has seized 63.7 bitcoins currently valued at approximately $2.3 million. These funds allegedly represent the proceeds of a May 8, ransom payment to individuals in a group known as DarkSide, which had targeted Colonial Pipeline.
Access to thousands of Chabad-Lubavitch centers and services worldwide is easier than ever as chabad.org launches a Beta of new directory mapping the world of Chabad.
An MTA city bus smashed nose first into the front of a home in Crown Heights Monday afternoon lightly injuring sixteen people.
In honor of its 80th anniversary, Vaad Or Vechom HaHiskashrus is excited to announce a unique international program that will be taking place on Monday, 27 Sivan, June 7, 2:30 PM EST.
The Vaad Hatmimim’s Hanachos program has entered its final week with Hundreds of Bochurim participating in transcribing their own Hanacha of the Rebbe’s words by heart.
2nd Lecture: Cheder Chabad of Monsey has partnered with Anash shuls of Pomona in hosting an interactive Chinuch lecture series for the parents and community members.
A new course titled “The Chassidic Approach to Dealing with Challenges and Setbacks” is a four part series from Rabbi Simon Jacobson and will be broadcasted on Monday night, 8PM EDT.
A list of powerhouse speakers and presenters scheduled to last six hours and across six continents will highlight the Chof Ches Sivan online event by Vaad Ohr V’Chom Hahiskashrus.
The Chasdei Avrohom Eliezer Camp Fund was born in the wake of a tragedy. A heinous and shocking crime. The victim, Avremi, was a special person, whose greatest joy came from interacting with children and sharing his excitement for Yiddishkeit.
Moscow’s Butirka Prison, the oldest in the country, has renovated its shul opened with special permission from the government, is a regular gathering place for Jewish prisoners wishing to daven, put on Tefillin, celebrate Jewish holidays, or even just to hear a Torah class given by one of Moscow’s Chabad shluchim.
Chabad-Lubavitch Headquarters drops the third episode in its series of podcasts about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives.
“As we in California are finally starting to come out of the lockdowns with the gradual lifting of restrictions, we will be giving this strange chapter of our lives a fitting sendoff with an all-out online celebration of music and […]
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) has admitted that it has likely revealed a tunnel beneath one of its schools that armed terrorist groups utilized during the recent 11-day conflagration with Israel.
Buses from Crown Heights to the Ohel will be available for residents and visitors on Monday evening and Tuesday for the auspicious day of Chof Ches Sivan, June 7th-8th.