He witnessed and endured unspeakable atrocities in the Shoah and yet was a positive and loving soul.
How can we overcome the lapses that seem inherent to the human condition? Is there a cure?
The new Rishon Lezion was welcomed with great respect by the local Jewish community.
Rabbi Bryn was a shliach of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
As the hours passed, friendships were created and bonds grew strong.
The Yom Ha’Zikaron commemoration honored fallen IDF soldier Benji Hillman and featured as keynote speaker Chaim Shacham, Israel’s consul general to Florida and Puerto Rico.
When the Jewish people come together with unity and love, they create a true Kiddush Hashem, a sanctification of God’s name.
Shomrim’s recent selection of Harvey Meshel as the new president of the group has been met with a warm and positive response.
Approximately 1.5 million students entered the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program, and only about 16,000 were named semifinalists.
They think that showing the world what could and did happen will ensure that it will never occur again.
At the inception of the program, all Holocaust survivors present came forward to lead the singing of Hatikvah.
JSU clubs, which are part of NCSY, the Orthodox Union’s international youth movement, are found in hundreds of public high schools across North America.
Shimon Braun is a member of Ohev Shalom who reflects the attitude that the synagogue inspires.
The goal of the crusade is to demonize and hurt Israel.
The JUMP program at Hebrew Academy was generously sponsored by Evelyn and Dr. Shmuel Katz.
Hatzalah provides care, free of charge, to all in need, regardless of race, gender, religion or ethnicity.
I gave the Heimlich Maneuver to a choking victim many years ago. My husband and I were dining with friends. Suddenly one of the men got a piece of broccoli stuck in his windpipe. He couldn’t speak. He couldn’t breath. He was desperate.
"We did what the Lubavitcher Rebbe told us to do – we went out of our way to bring the joy of Purim to people who without our efforts would have been forgotten," said Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus, Chabad's executive vice president.
“The Jews of Cochin” is the title of a presentation Katz will make at 7 p.m. Monday, March 31 at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU, where he is academic director. The event is free and open to the public.
Students, young adults, newlywed couples, and men and women considering becoming parents can be screened for all nineteen genetic diseases at the low cost of $99 for those who have health insurance.