Two million people gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II, 1945. Source: History In Pictures
✡️ Last Night in Times Square over 2,500 teens from over 400 cities celebrate their Jewish pride at the CTeen Havdalah ceremony and Concert in Times Square, featuring a tribute to the Lubavitcher Rebbe on jumbo screens, as well as musical performance by יעקב שוואקי Yaakov Shwekey. #shavuatov #AmYisraelChai Source: […]
Well this was Fun! Had a great time in Times Square asking people random questions about Judaism. Thanks J-TV: The Jewish Global Channel for an afternoon of laughs and good fun. Testing New Yorkers Jewish Knowledge Do New Yorkers know who was the first Jewish President of the United States? […]
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Source: History In Pictures
Last Sunday More than 1,000 Join Yeshiva University Students in Song and Prayer for Israel at Times Square Kumzitz
On November 1, Yeshiva University students hosted a moving kumzitz [concert] in support of Israel on the Red Steps in Times Square. Led by student Aryeh Tiefenbrunn on his guitar and the Y-Studs, YU’s student a cappella group, on backup vocals, they were joined by more than a thousand fellow Jews, students, friends […]
Photographed here is David Heskiel, Steve Feldheim, 34th Pct NYPD Council & Po Belk, Chief of Dept Liasion Unit and thousands of others standing together to Rally for Peace.