Over 300 bochurim from Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Burnoy spent the summer months learning in the picturesque French Alps. The sights and views were captured by photographer Mendy Sodri.
Daily Archives: July 21, 2021
In recent months, the process of getting student visas for Israel travel has been an exceptionally challenging and lengthy process, with months-long waits that created tremendous financial difficulties and other significant hardships. Amudim has been working closely with the Israeli Consulate in New York and was blessed to be able to develop a system by which countless students were able to receive their visas without long wait times for appointments.
CTeen, the Chabad International Teen Network, has kept its focus on uplifting Jewish teenagers throughout this pandemic, despite many closures. This year, as Covid restrictions eased, the organization pledged to reopen the CTeen Xtreme camp.
Author and Historian, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, gives a moving tribute of memories and stories from Rabbi Yoel Kahn OBM, the famed choizer and chossid of the Rebbe.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, nope, it’s a Jewish owned minivan. Don’t ask how, but this Toyota Sienna minivan managed to get itself off the ground and hanging on overhead wires in the Catskills. Just thinking about this makes you want to ask yourself if that maybe superman is a real person.
Watch the fourth episode of Nacho News as they go through the fourth week at Camp Gan Yisroel Parksville.
Tzali Kamisar, a resident of Surfside, Florida, yesterday attended the funeral of the last to be killed in the collapse of the residential tower, Dr. Brad Cohen, with whom he prayed at synagogue.
The U.S. and Mexico have extended non-essential land travel restrictions through Aug. 21, the Department of Homeland Security announced Wednesday.
Charasho! Thank G-d, after quite some time – almost 2 years, we present to you the official music video of the runaway hit song, Charasho.
When you’re a part of Bike4Chai, you’re a part of a dedicated team making a difference in the lives of children with serious illnesses. Help the the riders make their goals to help this amazing organization.
New York City will require workers in city-run hospitals and health clinics to either get vaccinated or get tested weekly, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office has announced the prosecution for hate crimes of three men in two brutal attacks on Jews in May.
In accordance with the Rebbe’s wishes, Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim of the Poconos continued extended learning into the summer and held a celebration to mark the completion of a very unique and successful year.
For the first time in its history, the IDF has named a chabadnik as a company commander. First Lieutenant Shmuel Kirsch officially began his duty as a company commander in the Negev Company today.
A touching memorial ceremony was held at the Old Jewish Cemetery of the Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) Synagogue, honoring the Jewish soldiers of WWI.
As stories of Rabbi Yoel Kahn obm abound during his shiva, CrownHeights.info presents one such story regarding a miracle he saw by the Rebbe.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has apparently slowed the approval process for construction projects in Judea and Samaria because of American pressure, Israel Hayom reported Wednesday.