Israeli Killed, 3 Injured in Mexico Bus Accident

A head-on collision between two buses killed a 23-year-old woman from Jerusalem, and injured three other Israeli travelers near Cancun, Mexico. The Shliach to Playa del Carmen, Rabbi Chaim Brod, arranged for the injured passengers to be transferred to a more advanced hospital, while the Shliach to Cancun, Rabbi Menachem Druck, is in close contact with the family of the woman killed.

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Letter: Even When You Think You Fail, You Succeed

The following heart-warming letter was sent to Rabbi Yaakov T. Rapoport, Shliach to the University of Syracuse, by a former irreligious student who briefly attended a Shabbos meal at his home back in 1996. The young student thought the customs were strange, and barely made it past the soup course, but that brief encounter had an everlasting effect.

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NYPD Officer Shot in the Head Dies

NYPD officer Brian Moore, 25, who was in a coma since he was shot in the head two days ago while on duty in an unmarked car in Queens, died this afternoon after succumbing to his injuries.

MyShliach’s Chidon Online Group Takes First Test

by Merkos 302 News Blog

The tension was palpable as seventy-six boys gathered Wednesday evening to write the first exam in advance of the International Chidon to take place in New York next month. As they feverishly answered question after question, the unanimous hope within each boy’s heart was that of scoring high enough on the test in order to merit representing his peers at the Chidon.