In preparation for the upcoming Yom Tov of Pesach we present a compilation of Stump the Rabbi videos on the subject • Full Story
In preparation for the upcoming Yom Tov of Pesach we present a compilation of Stump the Rabbi videos on the subject.
If Pesach is the holiday of Freedom, why is it so stressful?
Why don’t we eat kitniyos on Pesach?
Why does Chabad learn Pirkei Avos from Pesach to Rosh Hashanah?
Why does Eliyahu Hanavi come to every bris, Pesach Seder, and the one who will announce the geulah?
What is shmurah matzah?
What is the special way Chabad sells their chametz?
Why are we careful to eat handmade matzah as opposed to machine matzah?
Why do we say “Next year in Jerusalem” and not “This year in Jerusalem”?
Why doesn’t Chabad eat ‘Matza Ashira’?
Tags: Pesach, Stump the Rabbi
Baby boy to Sholom and Leah (nee Labkowsky) Kesselman – Los Angeles, CA
Baby girl Dovid and Pnina (nee Junik) Begun – Beverly Hills, CA
Baby boy to Edan and Sheina Bracha (nee Wolosh) Hanoka – San Francisco
Mendy Giladi (Beitar/Crown Heights) to Chaya Mushka Jacobs (Cleveland)
L’Chaim Weds. in Lubavitch Yeshiva
Dov Ber Fridman – Toronto to Rivka Scheiner – Montreal
L’Chaim tonight in F.R.E.E.
Baby boy to Shmulik and Rochel (nee Weingarten) Schtroks – Kingston, PA
Baby boy to Melekh and Rochel Brikman – Toronto
Velvel Rubinson – CH/LA to Odelia Ouayoun – CH/Netanya
Like they do every year, Eshel Hospitality organized kapparos for the evening of Erev Yom Kippur, for which thousands of locals and guests lined up to participate in. The lineups continued into the wee hours of the morning. Photographer Levi Kolton snapped several unique moments of kapparos 5782 • Photos
Rabbi Avrohom Korf, Senior Shliach to the State of Florida, has distributed lekach to the Miami community Erev Yom Kippur for already 61 years. This year was no exception. Photos courtesy of Rabbi Immanuel Storfer • Photos
Hundreds of American bochurim packed into the large shul of 770 for a special seder sichos, followed by farbrengen of the Rebbe MH”M, organized by Eshel’s English speaking division. The temimim who participated came from 15 different North American yeshivos, uniting together to prepare for Yom Kippur. Special moments of the program were captured by photographer Dov Ber Hechtman • Photos
Like they do every year, Eshel Hospitality organized kapparos for the evening of Erev Yom Kippur, for which thousands of locals and guests lined up to participate in. The lineups continued into the wee hours of the morning. Photographer Shimi Hershkop was on site, capturing special moments from kapparos 5782 • Photos