With vivid neon colors and bold images of familiar Judaica items on bright backgrounds, Yitzchok Moully’s striking paintings stand out among the nostalgic kitsch that has dominated the Jewish art scene for decades. 254 more words
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It is an accepted aphorism that T’shuvah can change the past. The word t’shuvah, which means “return”, is translated into English as “repentance”[i]. As the Alter Rebbe, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, founder of the Chabad school of the Chassidic movement, describes t’shuvah, returning the soul from its subjugation to the Other Side (that which is not directed to G-d and His service) to the Side of Holiness, where it belongs, by its creation and nature, thus reuniting with its G-dly source. 461 more words
Põe na Agenda - Frigideira Independente Apresenta: Nuestro Odio, Surviva, Bears Witness, Chabad, Muerte Sangria e Pariethal (12/07 - Domingo)
Para quem não está bem informado – ou vivendo em outro planeta – no dia 13/07 é celebrado anualmente o dia mundial do Rock. Mas por que é comemorado nesta data? 894 more words
Pratt Chabad/Rohr Chabad Jewish Center in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Breastfeeding in the Sanctuary:
It is permitted and is a welcome, totally comfortable thing to do. 184 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Queens man was arrested for luring a child into his car on Long Island, according to police.
On Saturday, Yan Kossa, 39, of Far Rockaway, was worshiping at the Chabad located at 74 Maple Avenue when he approached a 7-year-old girl and asked her if she wanted to go outside with him, police said. 66 more words
CEDARHURST, Long Island – Police arrested a man accused of luring a young girl from a synagogue on Long Island over the weekend.
Yan Kossa, 39, was worshipping at Chabad of the Five Towns on Maple Avenue Saturday when he struck up a conversation with a 7-year-old girl, according to Nassau County police. 123 more words