by Aharon Loschak – chabad.org Headlines around the world may be sounding the alarm on anti-Semitism, but this past weekend in one neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., only Jewish pride and joy were on display. Ask Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Getzy Markowitz of […]
As Yud Shevat approaches, marking 70 Years of the Rebbe’s leadership, A Chassidisher Derher has announced the launch of a special WhatsApp series with short messages, culled from the Rebbe’s sichos, letters, and written answers.
Following an uptick in scooter related incidents in Crown Heights, Oholei Torah dedicated Sunday through Tuesday of this week as Scooter Safety days to raise safety and awareness.
For the first time ever, the Beth Rivkah Alumnae Association will be hosting a mega-reunion, kicking off the Chof Beis Shvat weekend. Thousands will catch up with old friends and teachers, and gain inspiration from fellow alumnae.
Following last year’s amazing success, YK Yerusholayim is once again opening its doors for Mesivta Bochurim completing Shiur Aleph and Beis. The six full week program in the heart of Yerusholayim has limited space available, so register now.
Over 400 people packed the Beth Chaya Mushka building in Paris France for a communal Seder Sichos event. Attendees packed wall to wall as Shluchim and community members joined together with mekuravim for a beautiful evening of learning.
This past 24 Teves, HaRav Yitzchok Raitport, a longtime friend and supporter of Oholei Torah, came to give a Shiur in the Raitport Beis Medrash.
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.
The 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics are still more than six months away (July 24-Aug. 9), but the team at Chabad-Lubavitch of Tokyo is already hard at work.
This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Leor Broh is the Manhig Ruchni of the Mizrachi Shul – Beit HaRoeh of Melbourne, Australia. He is also the famed author of the Sipuray Tzadikim group. He will be giving a shiur on lessons to be learned from this weeks parsha.
A brutal assault and beating took place Thursday evening on Empire Blvd in Crown Heights. The victim was treated by Hatzalah, and Shomrim assisted the police in the assailants arrest.
A well-known philanthropist reached out to Lahak in a gracious and beutiful act, sponsoring the new set of “Toras Menachem – Tiferes Levi Yitzchak” for every Shliach in his state.
Marking seventy years of the Rebbe’s leadership, a milestone which begins this upcoming Yud Shvat, JEM has launched an all-encompassing, new initiative. Over the course of seventy weeks, JEM will produce seventy short films exploring different topics from throughout the Rebbe’s leadership.
Mr. Clean, Crown Heights’s pioneer in organic dry cleaning for 15 years, continues to lead in its services and pricing, as well as giving back to the Crown Heights community.
Israelis backpacking through Playa del Carmen, a popular beach town in Mexico, got to enjoy a special presentation by a speaker described as “probably the most popular media rabbi in Israel today.”
Sometimes people get angry, and that’s Ok. Losing control and breaking things on the other hand, is not. This man was recorded breaking the front glass doors at a building on the corner of Carroll St and Schenectady Ave in Crown Heights. The police and Shomrim were called, but the vandal had already disappeared when they arrived.
The annual Chof Daled Teves Farbrengen in Montreal marked the Alter Rebbe’s yartzeit and honored the memory of famed Mashpia R’ Volf Greenglas’s 9th yartzait.
In honor of Yud Shvat, Connection Point has launched an exciting two-week program for students to experience the Rebbe’ inaugural farbrengen of Yud Shvat 1951 (5711).
Hundreds of descendants of the Alter Rebbe converged on the Gutnick Hall in Yerushalayim on Motzei Shabbos for the annual gathering that’s held in honor of 24 Teves, the yahrtzeit of the Alter Rebbe.
An event held in Beitar Illit last Thursday marked the yahrtzeit of the Rambam with the launch of the latest volume in the series “Harambam Hashalem.”
For the first time in history, the Ukrainian Parliament marked Holocaust Day, with the participation of Chief Rabbi and Head Shliach of Kiev, Rabbi Yonathan Markovitch.
In honor of the 19th of Teves, the day Oholei Torah was founded, the yeshiva has shared an array of 64 pictures from over the years of the mossad.