The title might lead you to think that this is a story from the 1929 massacres that took place in Chevron, leaving the city empty of Jews, but this is actually a story of 2020 and the special time spent in Chevron.
Through an arrangement with Leizer Rodal of Esrogino, Chabad mechanchim were able to purchase a high-quality set at a significant discount thanks to Igud Hamelamdim.
We present a photo gallery from the Levaya of Rabbi Avraham Lieder OBM, a pioneer of Chesed in the Crown Heights Jewish community.
He was a familiar sight in Jerusalem, humbly making his way to one yeshivah or another, ready to deliver a class on whatever area of Torah he was asked. Rabbi Zalman Nechemia Goldberg, who passed away on Aug. 20 at the age of 89, was a Torah scholar of the highest caliber, whose devotion to Torah transcended communal boundaries and political affiliation, teaching in institutions whose affiliation ran the gamut from Chassidic to Religious Zionist.
Watch the Levaya of Rabbi Avraham Lieder Live starting at 1:00pm at the Shomrai Hadas Chapel in Boro Park. Follow it’s progress with live updates.
A tragedy has struck Monsey Motzei Rosh Hashanah with the passing of two Yungerman from the Monsey community in a late night crash.
This morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent his traditional letter of congratulations to Russian Jews ahead of Rosh Hashanah.
The chabad community of Paris is hopping as the last preparations for Rosh Hashana 5781 are underway, with a large tent being set up for socially distant davening at the Beth Chaya Mushka School building.
Rabbi Chaim and Aidel Zaklos, co-directors of Chabad of Solano County in Vacaville, Calif., have been trying to help those in their community who have lost homes or have had their properties significantly damaged by a fire that tore through the outskirts of their community.
Attendance for community services and yom tov meals may be limited or altogether non-existent this year, but that’s not stopping shluchim from bringing the mitzvos and spirit of the day to their communities. Over 120,000 High Holiday kits were distributed to families worldwide, enabling them to celebrate yom tov at home.
For as long as anyone can remember, the symbol of the High Holidays has been the shofar, the ancient curved instrument used to inaugurate the Jewish New Year. Lets take a short tour through the history of bringing the Shofar to the streets.
It’s not just food, it’s an art. At the new Patis Bakery location in Crown Heights, that’s taken as a mission, not just a slogan.
With over 1,000 Breslov Chassidim stuck at the Belarus-Ukraine Border, the Chabad Shliach in Chernigov Ukraine came to the rescue with kosher food and drinks for the stranded Chassidim.
Thousands of teachers were showered with appreciation this week as they rolled in to the parking lot of the MCU Park in Brooklyn to pick up their Chasdei Lev orders, thanks to Igud Hamelamdim.
The Shluchim of Paris gathered together for a pre-Tishrei conference under the auspices of Rabbi Mendel Azimov, the head Shliach of Paris.
On the last Motzei Shabbos of the year, people across the world gathered together to say Selichos. We present this gallery of photos from Moscow’s Marina Roshcha Central Synagogue.
Alongside the spiritual preparations in hundreds of Jewish communities throughout Russia, the material side of the upcoming holidays hasn’t been neglected. A massive food distribution project is underway to bring holiday joy to thousands of Jewish families before the upcoming New Year.