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Hashem Yikom Domom:The IDF Spokesperson's Office stated Monday night that seven additional...
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Just hours after telling CNN that Israel's incursion into Gaza will be over "fairly quickly,"...
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Moving: Dozens of soldiers exiting Gaza on leave broke out in a dance which truly...
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In a recent edition of the "Daily Halacha" video series, Mora D'Asra Rabbi Yosef...
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Chabad World 770 Live Otzar 770 The Daily Sicha Moshiach is here
Why the Round Menorah?

In 1982 the Rebbe stated that the round Menorah is NOT the real shape of the original Menorah * Furthermore, round branched Menorahs represent the dominance of Golus over Jews * So why the round Menorah?

Drunk driver damages multiple vehicles
One of the damaged vehicles
A 16 year old teen was arrested late last night for drunk driving and a hit and run. The incident took place in the service lane of Eastern Parkway across the street from 770. At approximately 2 A.M. a Lincoln Towncar side swiped six parked vehicles including at least one owned by a Jew, before getting wedged into a parking space. Just before the drunken driver realized that he will be stuck, he hit the gas pedal instead of the brake, revving his engine and causing more damage. Bochurim at the scene then saw him exit his car and slowly begin to limp away. Unsure of what needs to be done, they walked towards him. Upon noticing the bochurim, the driver began to run, in pursuit, the bochurim caught up to him in front of Ohelei Torah, where they held him until multiple NYPD and Shmira units arrived and arrested him.
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And the winners are...!
Rabbi Simpson signs the checks, Rabbi Carlebach hands them out
One of the most memorable moments of the Kinus Hashluchim banquet, which took place on Motzei Shabbos in 770, was undoubtedly when the names of the hundred fifty Shluchim who were awarded with sums of $500 or $1000 were called out. One after another, the names were announced along with their place of Shlichus, Brazil, Ukraine, France, Canada, India and Israel were some of the many places mentioned. Rabbi Yosef Carlebach, who emceed for the raffle drawing, warmly thanked Rabbi Sholom Ber Drizin for donating the funds. Rabbi Carlbach also listed a number of projects and activities that were accomplished thanks to last year's raffle. List of winners in "Full Article".
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Shluchim convention group photo
Numerous photographers representing a slew of media outlets from all over the world, came this morning to document the Kinus Hashluchim group photo. This year was the 25th time the Rebbe's Shluchim gathered for such a photo.
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Kinus Hashluchim ● Galleries presents the first of a series of photos from the Kinus Hashluchim banquet. The banquet was held in 770 and was organized by the chairman of Merkaz Linyanei Chinuch, Rabbi Sholom Mendel Simpson. Hundreds of Shluchim, a definite increase of size over any year, have left the evening inspired and uplifted to do all in their ability to prepare their cities to greet Moshiach Tzidkeinu. * Gallery 1# * Gallery 2# * Gallery 3# * Gallery 4# * Gallery 5#.
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Shluchim Central ● Huge Gallery photographer Menachem Kozlovsky hit the streets of Crown Heights on Friday, to bring us this great photo gallery of Crown Heights filled with the Rebbe's Shluchim from all over the globe, enjoy! 
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Baruch Dayan Ha'emes
With deep sadness we inform you of the passing of Harav Velvel Krinsky A"H, longtime Schochet Mohel and Chazzan in Melbourne, Australia . He was 93 years old.

He is survived by his wife Rohda. Siblings; Yossi Krinsky (Crown Heights), Pinchos Krinsky (Boston, MA), Ruchi Hecht (New Haven, CT), Yehuda Krinsky (Crown Heights), Yochi Goldberg (Boston, MA) Sofie Goodman (Chicago, IL) and Evi Schusterman (Chicago, IL). Children; Herschel Krinsky (Crown Heights), Chaya Raizel Glick (Melboune, Australia), Dovid Krinsky (Sydney, Australia) Avereml Krinsky (Melbourne, Australia) and Fraidy Teitelbaum (Montreal, Canada).

The Levaya will take place on Sunday in Australia.

The family in the U.S. will be sitting Shiva at 1450 President Street. Shachris - 9:40am, Mincha - 4:15pm and Maariv - Bizman

Mrs. Shusterman and Mrs. Goodman are sitting Shiva at 6211 North Whipple St in Chicago.

Hamokom Yenachem Eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim.
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$68,000 distributed to shluchim
Many Shluchim who attended the Kinus Hashluchim banquet this Motzei Shabbos in 770, received large donations to assist their work in spreading the Besuras Hageulah. The individual behind the initiative, has requested that Harav Shalom Mendel Simpson, director of Merkoz Leinyonei Chinuch, distribute the funds. Eighty shluchim were awarded a sum of $500, while an additional twenty eight, received checks of $1000. Last year the same donor gave a similar amount and a raffle was made which awarded one shliach $18,000, and many other shluchim smaller sums. 
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Chayolei Hamelech Newsletter - Kislev Edition
For camp Chayolei Hamelech, camp does not end with the conclusion of the summer break! Campers and counselors remain in contact throughout the school year; they meet for Farbrengens, birthdays, Mivtzoim and so on. Recently a new program was initiated in which every camper receives a special 'mission card' before his birthday with all of the 'Minhagei Yom Huledes'. Additionally, Camp Chayolei Hamelech has begun publishing a monthly newsletter full of great content to keep the campers and counselors inspired with the camp spirit all year round.

Click Here to view the Keslev edition of the Chayolei Hamelech Newsletter.
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One of a kind Shiur in Ohalei Torah
In honor of Parshas Chaye Sara, which speaks about the city of Hebron, the Bochurim of Oholei Torah Mesivtah were treated to an amazing Shiur given by the shliach to Chevron. Rabbi Victor Atiya told the Bochurim interesting stories of life as a shliach, as well as his personal life story. Every now and then he would perform one of his famous magic tricks or an illusion to make it a little more interesting.
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Tznius Campaign
An attractive poster about tznius has been posted throughout the streets and shuls of Crown Heights, on erev Shabbos Parshas Chaya Sarah, coinciding with the shluchim convention.
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Pirsum Rishon
In honor of Kinus Hashluchim, we are proud to present a photo of the Rebbe from the Year of 5724/1964, released for the first time. Special thanks to Rabbi Goldstein and to the Rebbe Archive for the picture. To learn more about the Rebbe visit:
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Sholom Rubashkin Will Remain in Custody
U.S. Magistrate Jon Scoles has ruled that R' Sholom Rubashkin should remain in federal custody after prosecutors argued hes a flight risk. The judge issued the order on Thursday, a day after a hearing was held. He was arrested last week on new charges, and had been released on $1 million bond. Federal agents say that during a search of Rubashkins bedroom, they found about $20,000 in cash and silver coins packed with passports in a travel bag. A trial hasnt been set on the new charges. Meanwhile, production of poultry was scheduled to resume on Thursday. was unable to confirm if that indeed took place.
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Crown Heights Sees Kibbutz Galuyos
The thousands of Shluchim who have come to Crown Heights for the International Shluchim Convention have completely changed the atmosphere in 770, and its surroundings. The Shluchim, representing cities on literally every corner of the globe have brought a spirit of the 'in-gathering of the exiles'. Our photographer has brought us the following photo gallery in "Full Article".
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Baruch Dayan Ha'emes
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mr. Boruch (Bernard) Hershkowitz A"H of Worcester, Massachusetts. The Niftar is survived by Yibadlu L'Chaim Tovim: his wife Mrs. Ethel Hershkowitz and sons Mr. Yosef Hershkowitz - Crown Heights and Mr. Rafael Hershkowitz- New Hempstead. The Levaya will take place today-Thursday 1:30 pm at Perelman's Memorial Chapel, 1026 Main Street in Worcester, MA.

Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim. Vehukeetzu Veranenu Shochnay Ufur vehu besochom!
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PSA: Blood Drive
Community Blood Drive, Sunday November 23, 25th of Chesvan
Ahavas Chesed International Medical Emergency and Methodist Hospital Urges you to come to donate blood
Location: 271 Kingston Ave near Lincoln Pl
From 2PM till 9PM
For more information please call
Ahavas Chesed (718)221-2424
Methodist Hospital (718)780-3644
Separate section for woman
All donors will receive a meal voucher
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Lieberman meets with South Florida Shluchim
On a recent visit to Miami, Senator Joe Lieberman paid a visit to Chabad of South Dade in Coconut Grove, Florida. The senator was greeted warmly by Rabbi Yakov Fellig, Director of Chabad of South Dade, and was ushered in to the V.I.P. room where he met with some of the major supporters of Chabad. Senator Lieberman addressed the supporters and thanked them for their support of Chabad and the Rebbe's work, and then shared some anecdotes about his encounters with various Chabad houses around the world.
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Study: Attending Shul Cuts Death Rate
Attending religious services can reduce mortality risk by approximately 20 percent, a new study from Yeshiva University has revealed. The research team led by Eliezer Schnall, Ph.D., clinical assistant professor of psychology at Yeshiva College of Yeshiva University analysed the religious practices of 92,395 women aged 50 to79, participating in the Women Health Initiative.
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The Rebbe Makes Me Tick!
Less than a year ago, during the group picture towards the end of the local Kinus Hashluchim in California, Shluchim were asked: What makes you tick? The answer is plain and simple, and was said by many different Shluchim in different words...The Rebbe, only the Kochos of the Rebbe MH"M Shlita that drive us forward to make the Geulah a reality.

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Postville relief effort
Dear community member.
As you may be aware, Agrirocessors is at risk right now, and as a result the whole Postville community is suffering. Concerned members of the Crown Heights community have, launched a humanitarian aid project to reach out to the 150 large Jewish families that are struggling to put food on their tables at the moment. We have been informed that there are those who have been eating plain bread for meals, in addition there is a Jewish school with no kosher food to feed their children. We have arranged for a 40 yard tractor trailer load of food and household supplies to be delivered to Postville Iowa, to send the families emergency relief.
Please open your hearts to our brothers and sisters in Iowa and help us fill the trailer, by sending all that you can, there will be a truck parked on Kingston ave in crown heights next week on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nov, 24th - 26th , to receive donated products, even damaged cases.
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Today: Shiur for Shluchim in 770
"All that is left to do is to greet Moshiach"
Tonight at 8:00 PM, a Shiur will be held in 770, as the opening event of the International Shluchim Convention. The Shiur, which will be delivered by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Willshansky, one of Rebbe's Shluchim to Eretz Yisroel, and the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivas Chabad in Tzfas, will focus on the Sicha of Parshas Chaya Sara 5752. In this mind boggling Sicha the Rebbe stated that the entire Shlicus is done, and all that is left to do is to greet Moshiach! Following the Shiur, a farbrengen will be held with the participation of Shluchim from all over the globe. The Entire event, including the Shiur and farbrengen at 8:30 pm, and Farbrengen at 10:00 pm will all be Broadcast LIVE at
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Synagogue to Install Security After "Bombing"
A northwest suburban Jewish congregation will install a security system at its synagogue after a small bomb exploded at its doorstep earlier this month on the anniversary of a World War II atrocity. The Jewish congregation of Lubavitch Chabad of Niles has a synagogue in unincorporated Des Plaines, which was the target of a MacGyver type fire bomb, authorities reported. Rabbi Naftoly Hershkovich, co-director of the synagogue, discovered the homemade device the morning of Sunday, Nov., according to Penny Mateck, spokeswoman for the Cook County Sheriffs Police.
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Public Service Announcement
Ahavas Chesed of Crown Heights has announced that Shabbos and Yom Tov arrangements have been made with Rainbow Car Service, to provide non-emergency transport to the hospital. On Shabbos or Yom Tov, when a stable patient (such as a pregnant woman, or someone who requires stitches) needs to go to the hospital and time is not of essence, halachically one may call a non-Jewish taxi to perform the transport. Details in "Full Article".
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Some more stories from the RARA trail
Hi everyone,

We're back again with some more stories from the RARA trail. So this time round we're writing to you from the safety of our motel room, trying to ride out the storm that is happening here in Toowoomba. We have never seen a storm like this in our lives. The drive we just took back from Dr F's house was probably one of the scariest things we have done so far. The fog was so thick that even with the brights on we could hardly see 3 feet ahead of us. The roads were so flooded - the water was coming up to the tank window, and that's not including the thunder and lightning that was lighting up the sky making it look like midday. But when it all comes down to it that's what RARA is all about: no matter the risk or the conditions we hold by the RARA moto of "If there is a Jew, we will travel!"
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Talmidim Hashluchim arrive in Sydney
This morning, 22 Marcheshvan - 20 November, the first group of Talmidim Hashluchim have arrived in Sydney! The first group comprises 16 young men and next week an additional 18 students will be coming to serve as Rabbinical students in the Yeshiva Gedola of the Yeshiva Centre - Chabad Headquarters in NSW, Australia. The boys started their Shlichus with a dance of joy, upon arriving in the Yeshiva in Bondi.
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Keynote Speaker Announced
As thousands of shluchim from all over the world throng to 770, has been informed that this years kinus will be honored with the presence of a unique guest speaker, noted professor Dr. Yitzchok Kraus. Author of the book 'Hashvii', Krauss is a senior professor at Bar Ilan university, who doesn't call himself a chabad chossid. He compiled the work as a thesis, which has quickly become a best-seller all across Israel. The subject of the book; Moshiach as the focus of the Rebbe's leadership from day one.
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Movie filmed in Crown Heights ● Poll
Over the last few days, a film crew a has been shooting a movie at Lefferts Park in Crown Heights. The crew was comprised of hundreds of members along with performers, as well as a lighting crew which brought a crane with floodlights, and installed lights on top of the building 613 East New York Ave for additional lighting. The tittle of the Movie is "Coach" and it seems the film is mostly about Soccer. Sources tell that Tuesday night was the last night that they were in Lefferts Park (after almost 2 weeks). readers, do you think it appropriate to film a movie in a the middle of a frum community?, feel free to comment.
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Prosecutor: Rubashkin Will Flee If Released
A federal prosecutor warned Wednesday that if a judge releases Sholom Rubashkin from jail, the former Agriprocessors executive could quickly flee to Israel. The risk of flight here is acute, its too great, Assistant U.S. Attorney Peter Deegan said in court. But Rubashkins lawyer said his client is tightly tied to his family and the community of Postville, where he ran the packing plant for years. The lawyer, Baruch Weiss, added that Israel has a strong extradition agreement with the United States. Even if he somehow could get to Israel after surrendering his U.S. passport, Weiss said, Rubashkin surely would be sent back. With these sorts of charges, he will not find a home in Israel, and he knows that.
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Shliach represents Judaism at conference
The Shliach of the Rebbe Melech Hamoshiach to Cyprus, Rabbi Zeev Raskin was invited to speak at an international interfaith convention which was held in Nicosia. "Religious leaders must denounce acts of terror in the name of religion," he told the attendees who represented a myriad of faiths.

Photo gallery in "Full Article".
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Gallery #2 ● Shluchim Arrive
Thousands of shluchim have already begun arriving at 770 from all corners of the globe, to partake in the upcoming Kinus Hashluchim. Our photographer has captured scenes of shluchim from around the world meeting each other after a year of separation, enter Full Article to view the second such photo gallery.
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Mazel Tov to Mendel & Devorah Leah (nee Weingarten) Stein Southfield, MI, on the birth of their firstborn daughter!

Mazal Tov to Yossi & Rivka (nee Levin) Roth, Los Angeles, CA, on the birth of a Baby boy!    (1 wishes)

Mazal Tov to Shmuly Shneur, Montreal, Canada to Leba Chanowitz, Monticello, NY on their engagement!

Mazal Tov to Brendan Rothschild (Melbourne, Australia) and Freda Werdiger (Melbourne, Australia) on their engagement!

Mazel Tov to Shui & Mimi Lewis, Crown Heights, on the birth of a daughter!

Mazel Tov to Zvi & Chaya'le Hershcovich, Montreal, Canada, on the birth of a daughter!

Mazel Tov to Michoel & Sheina Rosenthal, Marseille, France, on the birth of their firstborn daughter!   (1 wishes)

Mazel Tov to Ari & Yehudis Cattan, Boca Raton, FL, on the birth of a son!

Mazal Tov to Ariel Mangami (Rechovot, Israel) and Shternie Cohen (Monsey, NY) on their engagement!

Mazal Tov to Ariel and Ilana Steinherz, Crown Heights, on the birth of a baby girl!

Mazel Tov to Meyer Simcha & Chani Abramowitz, New Haven, CT, on the birth of a son!

Mazel Tov to Moshe & Nechama Dina Leeds, Gilbert AZ, on the birth of a son!

Mazal Tov to Itzik and Chanie (Avtzon) Wolf from CH, on the birth of their firstborn baby boy!

Mazal Tov to Rafi Mogilevsky, Toronto, Cananda to Yonit Raphaely, South Africa!   (1 wishes)

Mazal Tov to Shimon and Sara (nee Nelson) Shain, S. Diego, CA, on the birth of a baby boy!

Mazel Tov to Yossi & Rivkie Horowitz, Crown Heights, on the birth of a son

Mazel Tov to Benny & Taphara Goldstock, Crown Heights, on the birth of a son!

Mazal Tov to Avremi Orimland, Tzfas, Israel and Rochie Chayo, Crown Heights upon their engagement!