“A beautiful, only in Israel moment, a much needed boost after such a difficult day yesterday. After checking out at a large supermarket, the cashier asked if we had heard about the special sale. “What special sale?” “I’m a kohen, and today I’m giving out blessings and Ahavat Chinum” He […]
Yom Kippur begins Tuesday at Sundown Source: Aaron Shaffier – Israel Tour Guide
Posted by Hillel Fuld: “Just leaving the shiva to head home and try to get some sleep. Today, showed us, the Fulds one thing. We knew Ari was a big man, in more way than one. We did not realize, I am not sure he realized, he was a real […]
Last month, Ari Fuld posted this, now chilling, video and message ahead of the new year. “While taking a couple on my ‘Jerusalem Through Judea 3000 year experience, we stopped by the Kotel and figured this would be the appropriate thing to do during Elul. תקע בשופר גדול לחירותינו….we are […]
Israel during Yom Kippur
🔜 #YomKippur begins tomorrow at sundown. Wishing everyone a very meaningful Yom Kippur and Gmar Chatima Tova.
Livestream from the funeral of Ari Fuld Ari Fuld, 45 year old husband and father of 4, is the victim of today’s terror attack in Israel. He was stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist at the entrance of a local mall and later died from his injuries. Ari was someone who […]
CONDOLENCES: Ari Fuld, 45 year old husband and father of 4, is the victim of today’s terror attack in Israel. He was stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist at the entrance of a local mall and later died from his injuries. Ari was someone who lived and breathed for the land […]
This is what the ultimate victory looks like: A Holocaust survivor sits with his 5th grandchild currently serving in the Israel Defense Forces to protect the Jewish state. Source: Humans of JNF
This coming Tuesday, September 18th at sundown, Israel Defense Forces soldiers will observe Yom Kippur, a day of reflection, while still keeping Israel safe.
From Israel Defense Forces to gymnast, #MazalTovLinoy Ashram! The Israeli rhythmic gymnast earned a silver and a bronze medal at the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships. Ashram won the silver in the individual hoop final on Monday, the second day of the championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. On Thursday she earned the […]
Sandy Koufax born Sanford Braun on December 30, 1935 is a former American Major League Baseball (MLB) left-handed pitcher. He pitched 12 seasons for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, from 1955 to 1966. Koufax, at age 36 in 1972, became the youngest player ever elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. […]
New Year wishes from Gal Gadot: “Happy Rosh Hashanah! May we always enjoy the simple things in life, be happy with what we have and respectful to each other. May we accept and appreciate those who are different and see the beauty in that.. May we LOVE, LAUGH AND see […]
Praying for a year filled with blessings and good things for us all . Wishing everyone a very happy , healthy and sweet new year! Ksiva vchasima tova shana tova umetuka
Wishing everyone a new year full of blessings; happy, healthy and sweet! #RoshHashana#NewYear #5779 Source: Power of Speech by G
Rosh Hashanah: Begins this Sunday, September 9th at sundown #ShanaTova#NewYear #5779
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP Let’s do it, together! Tomorrow, Friday September 7, 2018, from 7am-2pm EST, Jews from around the world will unite in prayer in a Day of Jewish Unity to pray for peace and stability. Over 1 million will recite Psalms Chapters 20 and 130 with Acheinu […]
Today marks 46 years since the Munich Massacre. During the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, eleven Israeli Olympic team members were taken hostage and eventually killed, along with a German police officer, by a Palestinian terrorist group. The Olympic competition was suspended for 24 hours to hold memorial services for […]
Mugshot of 19 year old Zofia Posmysz after being arrested for distributing anti-Nazi leaflets, 1942 She was sent to Auschwitz and survived to become a journalist, novelist and author. She is still alive today at age 95. Source: @historycoolkids
On this day, August 30, 1942, pastor André Trocmé urged the congregants in his overflowing church to “Do the will of God, not of men”. When the deportations began in France in summer 1942, he urged his congregation to give shelter to any Jew who should ask for it. “These […]
Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara and his wife Yukiko spent 18-20 hours a day writing and signing transit visas by hand in Lithuania for more than 6,000 Jews for 29 days from July 31 to August 28,1940. When it was time for them to depart, Sugihara said, “Please forgive me. I […]
“Can only go up from here ” – @ krerikson #FunFact Can you guess where this is? Comment with the answer and let us know if you have ever visited the lowest point on earth.
Hangin at Harvard ✡️ “We are so excited to see you all back in Cambridge this week! Final step to settling into your new rooms >>> Hanging up the Mezuzah ✡️#jewishsecuritysystem” – Harvard Chabad
Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch and Western Wall maintenance workers clean the holy site, prior to Rosh Hashanah and remove #prayer notes left in the cracks of the wall. Additonally, officials from the Israel Antiques Authority inspect the structural integrity of the wall by checking for cracks and movement in the higher […]
SPOTTED: #Shofar in Thailand Check out this group of 100 girls from Israel visiting Thailand with #CTeenIsrael, listening to shofar outside the Dream Works Amusement park in Thanyaburi, Thailand Source: חב”ד לנוער
Source: @gonahmias StandWithUs
#shofar #RoshHashana begins at Sundown September 9 Source: @dovi — in Boston, Massachusetts.
Love this story! ♥️ “Today I had the privilege of meeting this amazing & wonderful woman who is 89 years young! This is my new friend Rose. Rose is a holocaust survivor that truly inspired me! She has numbers tattooed on her hand yet she came to America in 1948 […]
#ThisIsIsrael “I was driving home with very little gas in my car. When I pulled into the Paz station to fill up, I realized that all I had in my wallet was some coins. I went inside, counted out 33 shekel, and asked the attendant, Nasir, to allow me to […]
“These soldiers deserve so much credit. May HaShem protect them. Today we had the opportunity to convey our love and appreciation.” -Rabbi Chaim Boyarsky, Rohr Chabad Student Network of Ottawa
PepsiCo set to buy Israeli Company, SodaStream for $3.2 Billion Monday morning business news opened with Pepsi’s announcement to buy SodaStream. So what is SodaStream? SodaStream is an innovative device that turns water into a delicious carbonated water/soda. All you need to do is fill your bottle with water, attach […]