On Monday, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, vice chairman of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch, visited the city of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, where he met with local shliach Rabbi Pinchas Zaklas and visited the new Jewish center that is currently under construction.
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A Jewish teen accompanying Rabbi Moshe Rapoport from Mequon, WI, on the CTeen Heritage Quest trip to Israel helps a fellow Jew put on Tefilin on the streets of Jerusalem.
Workers trimmed and pruned the now-iconic tree in the front yard of 770 to ensure its long-term health.
A large billboard with a picture of the Rebbe was erected in Montreal in honor of both Gimmel Tammuz and the 50th anniversary of Mivtza Tefilin. The billboard says in French “Jubilee of the Rebbe’s message: Putting on Tefilin hastens the redemption.”
Reb Yoel Kahan, the Rebbe’s ‘Chozer,’ greets Russia’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar and Moscow oligarch and philanthropist German Zacharayev, who arrived in New York to visit the Rebbe’s gravesite on Gimmel Tammuz.
The Shluchim of Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France, pose for a group portrait in front of the Yeshiva building as they bid farewell to each other and the students and staff of the Yeshiva.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a collection of photos of the Rebbe leading a Farbrengen, circa 1985.
The students of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva of Montreal Zal bid farewell to each other and to their mentors on the last day of the Zman, after posing together for a group portrait in front of the Yeshiva building.
This coming Monday, 2 Tammuz, hundreds of shluchim from around the world will be gathering to strategize, enhance, and grow their adult educational activities in preparation for the upcoming academic year.
Amid the graffiti covering an overpass in the outskirts of Montreal, one particular work of art stands out – a portrait of the Lubavitcher Rebbe with the seven Noahide Laws in French calligraphy.
The students of Rabbi Avrohom Gerlitzky pose in front of Oholei Torah as they bid farewell to their beloved Maggid Shiur before heading out on Shlichus.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe introducing his aide, Dr. Nissan Mindel, to the President of Israel, Mr. Zalman Shazar, in 1966.
In yesterday’s New York Times crossword puzzle, clue #15 across was “Jewish organization known for its outreach work.” The answer is six letters.
On Friday, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky of Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch and Rabbi Eli Rosenfeld, the head Shliach to Portugal, met with Dr. Carlos Carreiras, mayor of Cascais, a suburb of Lisbon.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe distributing Kos Shel Bracha after Yomtov, circa early 1970s.
Children’s Filmmaker Chaim Hershkowitz and his Mitzvah Boulevard crew film the second volume of ‘The Rebbe’s Niggunim’ in a Crown Heights home.
Recently, members of the Chabad community of Coral Springs, FL, dropped off lunch for the officers at the local police station in honor of Police Week. “We are so thankful for the support of a grateful community!” the CSPD wrote on Facebook.
In light of the terror attack in the Brighton neighborhood of Melbourne last night, Rabbi Pinny Super, director of Chabad Young Professionals-Melbourne, in coordination with the local chief of police, visited the site of the attack this morning to offer moral support and give thanks on behalf of the Jewish community to the brave police force and investigators who risk their lives for the communities safety. He brought along warm danishes and goodies for the police to enjoy throughout the day.
Shlomo Fridman, Yossi Lasker and Yehuda Zejger arrived Sunday in Santa Fe, New Mexico, to spend Shavous with local Shliach Rabbi Berel Levertov, his family and the Jewish community.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe carrying his Sefer Torah to the Bimah.
Mark Zuckerberg, the world’s sixth wealthiest person, returned to Harvard Law School to obtain his degree after having dropped out to found Facebook. Seen here wishing him well is his former Campus Rabbi, director of Harvard Chabad Rabbi Tzvi Hirsh Zarchi.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe greeting a Chabad supporter, circa late 1980s.