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Bais Toras Menachem Smicha Program in LA Entering its 13th year!

Just a few spots left in the dorm! 
*Heimish, Chassidish, and structured environment
*Warm caring staff; individualized attention
*Daily Smicha shiur taught by renowned teacher Rabbi Levi Chazan
* GED or college credits through TTI
* Warm and welcoming Anash Community
*Beautiful dorm, wholesome meals
*Shabbatons, bbq’s, and amazing trips
*Opportunity to visit and assist Shluchim throughout California
* Scenic hikes and beautiful weather !
*Online option available for Smicha
For more information see our website, www.smicha.net or call Rabbi Levi Chazan at 323-528-6905 or Mrs. Rivky Katz at 323-495-3010.

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COVID Isn’t the First Heroic Battle This Ukrainian Rabbi Has Fought

Rabbi Mendel Cohen was not looking to be a hero when he and his wife, Ester, established Chabad-Lubavitch of Mariupol. But as he battles COVID-19 in an Israeli hospital bed, it’s clear that he is one and has been for many years now.

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19 Years later Part 1: 9/11 Through The Lens of A Shomrim Volunteer

Amid the chaos and panic following the airliners slamming into the two World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001, many men and woman answered a higher calling – instead of running away, they turned and ran towards the burning buildings. Among those brave men was a band of Shomrim volunteers from Crown Heights. During their time at ground zero, one of the volunteers took these historic videos, published here on Crown Heights.info for the first time.

Obituary: Chaim Osher Kahanov, 96, Quiet Chassid Who Escaped Soviet Union Twice

Deeply embedded within the biography of Lubavitcher Chassidim in the 20th century is the story of the Great Escape from the Soviet Union. Just after World War II, from early mid-1946 until New Year’s Day 1947, more than 1,000 Lubavitcher men, women and children illegally fled the Soviet Union using purchased or doctored Polish citizenship documents. The story of Chaim Osher Kahanov.