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Monday, Jul 12, 2004

Tzvi Seewald 718-773-CARS - 718-604-CARS - Cell: 917-520-7452 - E-mail: Seevans2@aol.com

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2001 Dodge 12 pass 82k $8995 Red dual air
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2000 Ford 12 pass 95k $8350 white dual air
1997 Dodge 12 pass 48k $5900 Maroon dual air
1998 Chevy Tahoe 89k $9500 Grey dual air

2002 Windstar LX 78k $8900 Green dual air
2002 Venture Ext 72k $9250 Brown
2002 Pontiac Montana Ext 66k $10900 Maroon dual air
2001 Chevy Astro LS 58k $8995 Grey dual air
2001 Grand Caravan 63k $9250 Blue dual air
1999 Grand Caravan 68k $5770 White dual air
1999 Chevy Astro 102k $4500 White
1997 Chevy Astro 85k $3900 Green

2001 Ford Taurus 66k $5500 Green
1999 Buick Regal 60k $5750 Green
2000 Buick Lesabre 117k $6900 Red
2001 Honda Accord (2 door) 40k $12900 Black
2001 Honda Accord (4 door) 32k $12700 Silver
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Tzvi Seewald 718-773-CARS - 718-604-CARS - Cell: 917-520-7452 - E-mail: Seevans2@aol.com

Hundreds of FSU Teenagers Take Jewish Roots Trip to Israel

Monday, Jul 12, 2004

MOSCOW, Russia - Over two hundred students from Ohr Avner Chabad High Schools in 25 cities of the Former Soviet Union are traveling the length and breadth of Israel this week on the inaugural 'Mekorot' trip, which is being sponsored by FJC President Lev Leviev.

The Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS and the Ohr Avner Foundation share the common goal of providing graduating high school students from 70 Ohr Avner Chabad schools a deep and strong connection with Israel and enhancing their Jewish identity, by offering them a free educational 10-day trip before they enter university and face adulthood outside an immediate Jewish environment.

FJC has initiated 'Mekorot', an intensive program aimed at offering youth a wonderful program in Israel as well as developing leadership skills.

This program was developed under the auspices of the 'Maayanot' Jewish Institute, directed by Rabbi Shlomo Gestetner and Kasriel Shemtov. The 'Mekorot' Program is directed by Levi Shmotkin.

Participation in the 'Mekorot' Program is of no cost to Jewish youth, aged 16-21, with transport to Israel and accommodation in comfortable hotels and daily meals fully covered. Jewish students from over 25 cities in seven countries across the Former Soviet Union are participating in this momentous opportunity.

The trip also offers participants a jeep tours, camel rides, kayaking, as well as excursions to Massada and the Dead Sea. The young travelers will become acquainted with the history and culture of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, meet with Israeli students and soldiers, talk to Israeli politicians and businessmen, and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of a traditional Kabalat Shabbat ceremony.

Each group is accompanied by Rabbi from the local cities, with whom a tremendous lifelong bond is developed throughout the duration of the trip.

Edward Parizh, the President of Union of Jewish Organizations in Belarus, met with the children before they left for Israel. He stated, "These children were born in Belarus. By going to Israel, they feel solidarity with the people of Israel. This trip will ensure that they will become leaders of their local Jewish communities when they return home from this most impressionable trip." More than 50 children from 12 Belorussian cities are participating in the 'Mekorot' Program.

"Judaism was always culture and books or something we studied about", said Julia Menshikova of the Russian city of Perm. "Today after coming on 'Mekorot', Judaism has suddenly become alive for me. When I touched the Western Wall I began to cry", she admitted.

Local tour guides, teachers and the security guards accompanying the students are sure to make the trip an unforgettable experience for the young travelers.

The current summer visit is taking place this week, while many more groups are scheduled to participate between August 2nd and 20th.

Thousands Lay Tefillin in Hungary

Tuesday, Jul 13, 2004

It’s tourist season in Europe, and Budapest, Hungary, is a magnet for thousands daily. Many of the tourists to this city are Jewish and come to marvel at Moorish and Byzantine architecture of Europe’s largest synagogue on Dohany Street, built in 1859.

Infusing a spiritual element to their visit, Chabad-Lubavitch rabbinical students are on hand to answer questions about Jewish life, Torah and mitzvot. With their help, Jewish people from around the world will have donned tefillin, possibly for the first time ever, on their visit to Hungary.
(PHOTO: O. Litzman)

Army Troops Destroy Homes of Terrorists

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

(IsraelNN.com) Army troops during the night destroyed the homes of two terrorists responsible for attacks against Israelis. The Ramallah home of Fatah terrorist Zidan Mahrav Suleiman Ramadan was demolished. He was responsible for a shooting attack that claimed one life and left one person wounded.

In Jenin, the home of Hussan Idnan Toufiq Abed was destroyed. He was responsible for sending the suicide bomber to the Emakim Shopping Center attack in Afula on May 19, 2003 that claimed three lives.


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Leiba bas Feiga
(Kapital 66), undergoing serious surgery Wednesday morning.

Yosef Yissachar ben Feiga

Blumah bas Chaya Miriam

Borer (6)

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

(Based upon Shabbos Kehalacha Vol. 2 Chapter 12 by Rabbi Yekusiel Farkash)

Two items lying one atop the other and each one is identifiable on its own and they are not attached together is not considered a mixture. Thus, it is permitted to remove the carrot slice which is on top of a piece of gefilte fish, or a cherry which is on top of a cake.

However, if they are attached to each other, there is a Borer problem in separating them.

If a large solid which stands out on its own is within a liquid, it is permitted to remove the large item, for use at a later time, such as hard boiled eggs from the water in which it was cooked, a potato or matzah ball from the soup or the gefilte fish from the broth in the gefilte fish jar. However, if the pieces are many and small and one wants to remove some of them, he must follow the proper Borer guidelines.

It is permitted to pour out the liquid in a can of sardines which are whole. But it is not permitted to pour out the liquid from a can of tuna, since the liquid is also penetrated into the chunks of tuna and are a real mixture.

For questions and comments, please write to ewenger@ca.inter.net

Soccer Coach Starts His Day in Chabad Shul

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Gili Landau, the newly appointed coach for the soccer team Hapoel Tel Aviv, began his first day of training by putting on Tefillin and davening Shacharis at the Oneg Shabbos Shul in Ramat Hasharon. The shul is run by the local shliach Rabbi Yehuda Butman, director of the Chabad House in Ramat Hasharon. Mr. Landau attends the shul regularly. Last week, when his dream was finally realized and he was appointed team coach, he arranged a special kiddush in the shul to celebrate. He was presented with a volume of Pirkei Avos, from which he quoted passages to the members of the team during his first training session.


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

SNS and the staff and campers of CGINY would like to extend a very hearty Mazel Tov to our dear, dedicated and devoted Chef, Rabbi Shlomie & Mrs. Chamie Futerfas on the birth of their newborn baby girl.

May the newborn be a source of nachas to her parents, sisters & brothers, grandparents and Klal Yisroel.

Chabad Lubavitch Centre – Ilford U.K. is looking for 2 energetic and committed post seminary girls

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Chabad Lubavitch Centre – Ilford U.K. is looking for 2 energetic and committed post seminary girls and looking for a challenge to help run youth weekend activities, after school and evening programmes, school holiday activities and Mivtzoim.

Accommodation, transportation, living costs and basic salary provided.

To apply please call 011 44 208 554 1624 and ask to speak to Rabbi Sufrin or Rabbi Muller or E-mail: rabbisufrin@hotmail.com

2 References will be needed.

Limited space still available for 13-16 year old Bochurim in Yeshivas Tezirei Hashluchim

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Limited space still available for 13-16 year old Bochurim in Yeshivas Tezirei Hashluchim.

Located in Safed, our Yeshivah ensures that each Talmid’s ruchnius and gashmius needs are provided for. Shluchim can qualify for a significant rebate in tuition.

For more information and registration form go to www.youngshluchim.com.


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

What is the difference between exile and redemption?--our consciousness of G-d's presence. All the material dimensions of our present existence will continue in the Era of the Redemption. Our souls will be contained within physical bodies, we will derive our nurture from physical food, and we will live together with gentile neighbors. All these aspects of material existence, however, will be suffused with an awareness of G-d. (Sound the Great Shofar)


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Mendy Rivkin (Karmiel, Israel) to Chaykee Kaplan (Montreal, Canada)

Shmuel Simons (Sydney, Australia) to Nechoma Dina Katzen (Crown Heights)

Ari Sabbagh (Boro Park, NY) to Racheli Rieber (Los Angeles, CA)


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

SNS would like to wish a hearty Mazel Tov to Yitzchok & Chana (nee Brodowicz) Barber - Crown Heights - on the birth of their firstborn son.

May the newborn be a source of Nachas to his parents, grandparents, relatives & Klal Yisroel.

Special Shlichus Opportunity in S. Antonio, TX

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

3 girls needed for pre-school teachers
1 girl needed for home school teacher 6 & 8 grades

Please contact Rivkie Block at 210.479.7989 or 210.492.1085 or e-mail at Rabbiblock@ChabadSA.com


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Prime office space available. Centrally located on Kingston Ave between Crown and Carroll St.
Call: 917-847-5757

Tanyas Distributed at Memorial in Chazon David

Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

The outpost of Chazon David was set up in memory of David Cohen, Hy”d, at the site where he was murdered by Arab terrorists two years ago. Recently the Chabad House of Kiryat Arba-Hebron gave out copies of the Tanya to the participants of a memorial ceremony for David that was held at the outpost. By an interesting stroke of Divine providence, the Tanyas had actually been printed in Chazon David that day.

Rabbi Yossi Nachshon, who is responsible for the activities run by the Chabad House, relates, “It so happened, by hashgacha protis, that I was passing Chazon David right when the memorial ceremony for David Cohen, Hy’d, was taking place. The volumes of Tanya that had been printed at the outpost had just come off the press, and they were in my car. I decided to take part in the memorial, and at the end I gave out copies of the Tanya to the participants, including David’s family and the residents of the outpost.”


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

July 11, 2004 -- As the fighter made his way to the ring, the music blared over the loudspeakers of Convention Hall in Atlantic City. For the 2,000 or so spectators in the arena, the sound was nothing familiar. The song was a mix of Eminem's "8 Mile" and the traditional Jewish song, "Hava Nagila" - an unusual song for an unusual fighter.

Meet Dmitriy Salita, a Brooklyn fighter whose choice of ring music is not the only unusual thing about him.

Salita is an Orthodox Jew who observes all of his religion's practices, including not working on the Sabbath - a tricky proposition for a fighter. In the ring, he also is unique. A white Ukrainian, he learned to box in a predominantly black gym, giving him a style that goes against the stereotypes of an Eastern European fighter. The junior welterweight is 18-0 (11 KOs) and one of the rising stars in his division. CONTINUE...


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

The staff of SNS joins the tens of thousands of SHMAIS.com readers in wishing a very Happy 30th Birthday to our very dear, dedicated and devoted CEO & Founder, Levi Hodakov.

May he have a Shnas Hatzlocha Begashmius, Uberuchnius and a year filled with true GEFEN, Gezunt, Parnassa and Nachas in abundance from his family K"AH.

May he merit as it says in the Mishna Avos Perek 5, "Ben Shloshim LeKoach", at 30 years of age true strength is attained, continuing to "Keep Lubavitchers Informed", beyeser se'ace ubeyeser oiz.



Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Zev Nelken - e-mail
Mendel (ben R' Avrohom) Shemtov
Moshe Fox - e-mail


Wednesday, Jul 14, 2004

Efraim Brody (Miami, FL) to Gitty Braude (Los Angeles, CA)

18 Arrests made during the Night

Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

(IsraelNN.com) IDF troops operating in Judea and Samaria during Wednesday night arrested 18 PA residents suspected of terrorist activities.

Arrests were made in the Jenin, Balata, Ramallah, Bethlehem, and Hevron areas. Suspects in custody include Fatah Tanzim terrorists.


Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

Chana Feigel bas Nacha

New Yeshiva Ketana Opens in Ohr Yehuda

Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

A new yeshiva ketana is opening in Ohr Yehuda in time for the start of the academic year. The Rosh Yeshiva will be Rabbi Chaim Yitzchok Eizik Landa of Tzefat, and Rabbi Chaim Ashkenazi of Lod will be the head mashpia. Rabbi Sholom Dovber Hendel will serve as the menahel ruchni of the yeshiva. The administration promises that the students will receive warm and individual attention in a Chassidic environment with a high level of learning. The yeshiva will also receive assistance from the local Chabad house director Rabbi Menachem Mendel Friedman.

Limited space still available for 13-16 year old Bochurim in Yeshivas Tzeirei Hashluchim

Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

Limited space still available for 13-16 year old Bochurim in Yeshivas Tzeirei Hashluchim.

Located in Safed, our Yeshivah ensures that each Talmid’s ruchnius and gashmius needs are provided for. Shluchim can qualify for a significant rebate in tuition.

For more information and registration form go to www.youngshluchim.com.


Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

A person who can find good in everyone personifies the aspect of Moshiach... Moshiach will be the defending counsel for all of Israel, even the wicked. (Imrei Pinchas)

Anger flares at Hollywood's lawsuit against Orthodox Jewish group

Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

HOLLYWOOD, FL -- The city commission's surprise decision to ask a court to stop the Chabad Lubavitch from worshipping in a residential neighborhood has angered temple leaders, caught the attention of federal investigators and left a commissioner scrambling to explain what he called "misunderstood comments." With no notice or public input, commissioners last week voted 4-3 to file a lawsuit against the Orthodox Jewish group. It was a sharp contrast to the previous three years of debate, which featured public hearings that twice lasted past 6 a.m.

The issue of whether commissioners are targeting the Chabad or simply enforcing zoning regulations has been one of the most divisive in the city's history.

The U.S. Justice Department has been investigating and the Chabad point out that other religious groups operate in similar Hollywood neighborhoods without interference. On Monday, federal investigators contacted the city attorney to confirm the commission had moved to sue the Chabad. continue...

Minyan in Moscow Renaissance Hotel

Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

MOSCOW, Russia - It is a well-known fact that many Jewish businessmen and travelers to Moscow stay in the Renaissance Hotel, one of the nicest four-star hotels in the city. It is for this reason that Rabbi Avraham Beckerman of the 'Machon Chamesh' College, together with the local Hebrew-speakers Committee, have agreed with the hotel administration that a regular minyan could be established here for the many Jewish travelers staying in the hotel.

The first minyan took place there on last Shabbat. The participants recited the Shabbat prayers and attended a lesson on the Torah. For the next Shabbat gathering the minyan's organizers are planning to hold a Kiddush and a meeting following the prayer.

Chabad Day Camp in Yehud is a Tremendous Success

Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

The organizers of the summer camp in Yehud, near Tel Aviv, have already judged the camp to be an unprecedented success after only one and a half weeks of activities. The camp, which is only halfway through, has attracted more than 300 children. The participants have enjoyed a series of trips, including visits to the new Ben Gurion 2000 air terminal, and water and adventure parks in Rosh HaAyin and Ashdod. Other activities have included a magic show, a puppet theater performance, baking challos, and building tents. Tomim Schneur Zalman Wilhelm of Jerusalem came to the camp to give the children a hands-on demonstration of a sofer’s craft.

The director of the Chabad House in Yehud Rabbi Shimon Wiener stated that there are even more fun activities to come. The most exciting of these will be a special Chassidishe Shabbos in Kfar Chabad and a special grand rally that will take place in Yehud’s cultural hall.

Judging from the warmth of the reactions received from the children and their parents, the camp is a tremendous kiddush Hashem. Everyone has been very appreciative of the hard work of the camp counselors and the exciting activities that they have organized.


Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

Mendy Shneur (Montreal, Canada) to Gittel Gurary (Montreal, Canada)


Thursday, Jul 15, 2004

Efraim Brody (Miami, FL) to Gitty Braude (Los Angeles, CA)

Shmuel Simons (Sydney, Australia) to Nechoma Dina Katzen (Crown Heights)