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.
Hate getting spammed by every Raffle and Tzedaka organization in Chabad? A Beleaguered Donor finally had enough, and tracked down those responsible.
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.
Stay the course and stand strong against the pressure, it’s the way the rebbe prescribed as the solution for the State of Israel, and it’s up to us to make sure that happens.
Struck by the tragedy that befell the Jewish people in Meron this Lag B’Omer, Mrs. Rochel Kaplan of Chabad Maryland penned a heartfelt essay on the depth of the tragedy and the underlying beauty that it represents.
Like many people, Aliza BasMenachem could not help but pay attention to yesterday’s verdict, and struggle to find a meaningful lesson for herself. In the end, she chose Simcha, which started with the absurdity of the reactions to the verdict.
Symbolism vs Pragmatism, a fundamental difference in views held between the Rebbe and much of the more Modern Orthodox world. Levi Y. Keselman brings the points through a story, and shows the Rebbe’s view on which is more important.
What did the Rebbe mean when he wrote in 1981: “But the forces of alienation are nevertheless very strong and very active.”? An Op-Ed by Aliza BasMenachem on the Demoralization, Destabilization, Crisis and Normalization of the United States.
Assembly Member David Weprin represents part of Queens in the state Assembly. He is a candidate for New York City Comptroller and a member of the Committee on Ways and Means, former Chairman of the NYC Council’s Finance Committee and served as the Deputy Superintendent of Banks and Secretary of the Banking Board for New York State under Governor Mario Cuomo.
Making a shidduch is an incredible zechus. Something many people in our community strive to achieve. Making suggestions has become infinitely more accessible in the age of social media if only people would get past some basic misconceptions.
Rabbi Kopel, a resident of the Holy City of Tzfat, Israel, and a Spiritual Coach and a Rabbinic Attorney in training, faces off against the widespread passing around of misguided vaccine information, and boils it down to one question. Are you willing to be responsible for someone’s death?
Sadly, after the events that took place in Washington yesterday, our great country reached a new low. Opinion author Dovid Goldbaum faces the reality of what occurred in the second impeachment of President Donald Trump, and how the same can happen against the Jewish people.
The outcome of the recent banning of a sitting US President from multiple social media platforms can only have two possible endings, either badly for the platforms, or badly for the people of the United States. The Lubavitch Heightser breaks down the monumentally bad decision and outlines the possible courses of action.
Aliza BasMenachem traveled across at least one state on her way to the massive “Save America” rally that took place yesterday in Washington DC. As an insider, she penned her experiences and thoughts on the troubling and confusing day.
When you are screaming unity but excluding Lubavitch, is that unity? If you call yourself Lubavitch, but ignore the Rebbe, are you Lubavitch? A Crown Heights resident penned the following Op-Ed decrying the pride and lack of unity involved with the “Unity Sefer Torah”.
It’s that time of the year again; it’s that time that we see the holiday lights on cars across the globe, but don’t forget to also be safe.
Zvi Gluck is the CEO of Amudim, an organization dedicated to helping abuse victims and those suffering with addiction within the Jewish community says thank you for everything that 2020 have provided.