Four hundred shluchim families, across the US and Europe, were deeply moved to receive mishloach manos packages from MyShliach and Uforatzto Circle. This heartwarming gesture, generously sponsored by Mr. Menachem and Dini Gurevitch means so much to these remote shluchim kids, for many of whom this was the only mishloach manos they received.
We present a photo gallery of Purim scenes from across Paris courtesy of chabad photographer Morde’hai Lubecki.
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Chabad photographer mendelsphotography traveled the streets of Crown Heights over Purim catching the scenes and costumes across the community.
In what has become a yearly tradition, the central Gmach of the FSU once again held its annual Melava Malka Gala Dinner on Shushuan Purim.
Rabbi Chananya Yosef Eisenbach, a renowned Chabad-Lubavitch rosh yeshivah (academy head) and author of many scholarly Torah works who served Jewish schools and communities in Israel and Argentina, passed away on Feb. 12 due to complications from the coronavirus. He was 77 years old.
The year was 1497. Just five years after leaving his native Spain due to the Edict of Expulsion, Rabbi Avraham Saba stood tearfully beside an olive tree outside of Lisbon, Portugal. There, under what he described as a “tree of tears,” he buried his most precious possession, his manuscript commentary on Chumash, Pirkei Avot, Ruth and Esther. Rabbi Saba was never permitted to return to Portugal to recover his manuscripts or his family.
Purim at Friendship Circle is always a fun celebration, with silly costumes, exciting entertainment, and of course, delicious themed food. Every year, we make sure our families have a joyous Purim, and this year was no different. What made this year special was YOUR involvement.
When Gabi and Avremy Shapiro first started the Shavua Newsletter, they didn’t expect it to quickly grow to a popular 30-page newsletter, but it sure did.
Purim at Chabad of Georgetown this year, headed by Shliach Rabbi Avrohom Holtzberg, was back in full force with close to 150 attending the Purim meal that went straight into Shabbat.
On the 23rd of Adar, 1994, a Lebanese terrorist named Rashid Baz opened fire on a van full of Lubavitcher Bochurim on the Brooklyn Bridge. In the attack, Ari Halberstam, HYD, was killed. 27 years after the murder, which shocked the world, we present a collection of videos and news broadcasts which gave broad coverage to the incident.
The conclusion of the Mivtza Lechatchila Ariber in Oholei Torah Eighth Grade was marked with a thrilling, jam packed 48 hour trip filled with excitement, adventure and inspiration.
A recidivist package thief – caught multiple times in the past stealing packages in Crown Heights – was caught again Sunday night, thanks to a quick-thinking resident and Crown Heights Shomrim.
The Jewish holiday of Purim was celebrated “Arctic Style” with more that 150 participants enjoying a creative and Covid-safe event at Chabad’s “Purim in the Arctic” party.
Courtesy of @Lubavitchar, CrownHeights.info presents a photo gallery from Purim day in 770 Eastern Parkway.
Purim festivities went full swing at Moscow’s Marina Roscha Shul, with davening, Megillah Leinings, and celebrations.
Right before Purim, Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati received the great news: The City of Cincinnati had approved the permit to remodel the Yeshiva building as a replica of 770.
The Moscow Jewish community celebrated the first night of Purim, they were joined with a second celebration of a new Sefer Torah. The Sefer Torah was generously donated by Mr. Yosef Yitzchak Sandler.