An askan in New York who would arrange kosher food for Jewish patients in local hospitals was the recipient of a letter from Reb Moshe Feinstein Z”L regarding Cholov Akum. The newly discovered letter doubles down on when Cholov Akum is permitted.
Dear Achenu Bnei Yisroel, I am reaching out to all of you for financial help I am a single parent work very hard at many jobs to try and make ends meet and literally struggle day by day minute to minute to make ends meet.
My teenage child is undergoing a serious crisis related to mental health issues which is a matter of “Pikuach Nefesh” – Life and Death this has turned my life upside down as u can imagine the amount of financial resources that it will take to Bezras Hashem heal my child will be astronomical.
I ask and beg of all of you to do whatever you can to financially help me give my child a fighting chance to Bezras hashem heal and get back on a healthy and positive track.
To Donate Click Here
In the Zchus of the great Mitzvah of Tzedaka and Ahavas Yisroel may Hashem Bless all of you with all that you need and want an abundance of Nachas,Parnosso,Health and Good Besuros and the Ultimate Blessing the arrival of our Righteous Moshiach and the rebuilding of the Third Beis Hamikdash Speedily in our days, Wishing you and your family all of Hashem’s blessings for good in all aspects.
Thank you for listening and helping me and my child.
With much appreciation and love for your kindness and caring.
A Single Parent
To Donate Click Here
Councilman Chaim Deutsch (D-Brooklyn) introduced a resolution into the New York City Council following the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s directive calling upon the New York State Legislature to pass, and the Governor to sign, legislation requiring a moment of silence in all public schools at the beginning of each school day.
The New York State Education Department today provided an update on its review of public comment on proposed regulations for substantially equivalent instruction for nonpublic school students in New York State.
An Orthodox mother of five won the half-marathon at the 18th annual Life Time Miami Marathon and Half Marathon event. Beatie Deutsch, 30, finished in a time of 1:16:4 to win in the women’s category on Sunday.
After a year and a musical transformation, Itzik Dadya has released his new single titled “Nichsafti.”
The number of anti-Semitic incidents documented in Britain increased for the fourth consecutive year in 2019, reaching a record tally of 1,805 cases, JTA reported Wednesday, citing the Community Security Trust (CST) annual report on anti-Semitism in the UK.
A wooden crate filled with Judaica items was discovered during an archaeological excavation in a synagogue in Małopolska, Poland. Inside were 350 objects, including artifacts from the World War I.
Russian President Vladimir Putin pardoned Naama Issachar Wednesday, clearing the way for her to return to Israel. She will fly back with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu when he departs from Russia tomorrow.
The Topography of Terror archive located in Berlin on Tuesday released a picture taken at the Sobibor Nazi death camp during World War II, in which John Ivan Demjanjuk can be seen. The photo proves Demjanjuk’s cooperation in the horrors of the holocaust.
Russia’s Jews have expressed great satisfaction from President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Israel. This came as part of the events marking seventy five years since the liberation of Auschwitz by the Russian army and the end of World War II.
A school bus on the way from New Square to upstate New York for a Shabbaton rolled over while carrying nearly 40 bochurim, injuring eighteen.
Zelensky, the first Jewish president of Ukraine, arrived Thursday in Israel, and made a stop at the Kotel to pray.
An 11-year-old Jewish girl was niftar Monday evening, after a fire tore through a home in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. One firefighter was also injured battling the blaze, which according to reports was not intentionally set.
Slavador Litvak, known as the “Accidental Talmudist,” shared this story about Rabbi Reuven Israel Kott, a Gerrer Chossid who saved thousands by helping them escape Poland before World War Two,
A family involved in a severe accident two weeks ago on the Mario Cuomo bridge says that a New York State trooper reacted antisemitically, ignoring their obvious injuries and threatening the volunteers of Rockland Hatzoloh for attempting to give aid.
A box resembling a home-made bomb was left outside a Dutch kosher restaurant where several anti-Semitic attacks have occurred. Police have said that they are examining the box, but have not said whether explosives were found inside.
A Crown Heights resident who decided to check things out for himself was horrified to discover that the quinoa he had recently purchased was in fact teeming with bugs.
A kiddush hashem went public on social media after a Jewish man stopped to help a stranger with a flat. The Jewish man, who identified himself only as Ernest, made a lasting impression.
Anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered scrawled on a staircase wall at Brooklyn Tech High School Thursday afternoon, city Education Department officials said. A school employee discovered the message reading “Kill All Jews” and a swastika scribbled in black marker on a third-floor stairwell of the 6,000-student high school in Fort Greene around 3:40 p.m. Thursday, police said.
A group of about 30 Ukrainians attacked Jewish worshipers close to midnight on Friday night in Uman and beat Jews outside the grave of Rebbe Nachman in what was described as a “pogrom”.
The Egyptian government reopened a historic synagogue in the city of Alexandria on Friday whose origins date back to the 14th century. The synagogue — located in the Mediterranean port city that was home to a Jewish community of more than 20,000 in the mid-20th century — had been undergoing a restoration process for the last three years.
Flight LY26 from Newark, New Jersey to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport was forced to land at Halifax Airport Friday morning, after a smoke alarm went off during the flight. The passengers will likely be stranded there for shabbos.