France is the latest new country to join the popular JewQ competition launched by CKids, with over 200 French students learning more about their heritage. With new locations popping up around the globe, the only question left is where JewQ will launch next.
Daily Archives: June 23, 2021
The bochurim of Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Brunoy arranged a siyum Harambam with special guest speakers.
Dina Hurwitz is an inspiring speaker, and Chabad Rebbetzin to Rabbi Yitzi, an inspirational writer and spiritual guide who was diagnosed with ALS. As a world renowned personality, Dina continuously writes on the subject of harnessing strength and spirit in the face of tremendous challenges.
A brand new volume of sichos by the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Y. Schneersohn, of blessed memory, covering the years of 1932 through 1935, has just been released, for the first time ever, by Kehot Publication Society.
Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott on Wednesday informed colleagues that he was asked to step aside amid a surge in illegal migration along the US-Mexico border.
On May 23, Oberlin College took a major step in broadening opportunities for its Jewish students when it became one of only a handful of liberal arts colleges throughout the country to offer students a certified kosher dining experience.
In many letters The Rebbe encourages people to learn Shaar Habitachon in order to strengthen their belief and faith in Hashem and overcome their challenges and to internalize a mindset of tracht gut vet zein gut. In under ten minutes, you can do that.
In honor of Yud Gimmel Tammuz we present a maamar from the Tzemach Tzedek with remarkable notes of Reb Hillel Paritcher! The maamar is being published for the first time from manuscript.
Mariam Taha Thompson, 62, formerly of Rochester, Minnesota, was sentenced today to 23 years in prison for delivering classified national defense information to aid a foreign government.
As per the Rebbes wishes that Rambam should be studied specifically ‘berabim’ in a public shiur and בכל מקום ומקום, in every place, IrgunTorah.org and DailyRambam.net is launching an exciting raffle for new Rambam shiurim.
As parents, our most treasured time is the moments we spend present with our children, and many things can get in the way of that. But should the thing getting in the way be school? by Chanshy Friedman.
In preparation for the release of a new book titled Gallery of the Greats from Nissan Mindel Publications (NMP), CrownHeights.info interviewed the publishers director, Rabbi Shalom Ber Schapiro.
New York’s State of Emergency, issued more than 15 months ago when COVID-19 first overwhelmed the state, will finally come to an end, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
After surviving the Holocaust and spending a couple of years in DP (displaced people) camp in Europe, Jack Gance’s parents arrived in Australia. He still remembers a small and narrow apartment in East Brunswick, where they lived.
Iran claimed Wednesday morning that an attempted act of sabotage targeting its nuclear program was foiled.
An attempt by around thirty American haredim from New York to gain permission to enter Israel for a wedding has seemingly backfired, reported israelnationalnews, although the group managed to enter the country.
Glowing with the likely win in Tuesday’s primary election, 35th City Council candidate Crystal Hudson made it a point to thank the Crown Heights Orthodox Jewish community for their support.