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The FBI teamed up with New Jersey and Federal persecutors to arrest 14 Orthodox-Jewish members of the Lakewood community for under-reporting their income in order to receive medicaid.
A bochur from Lakewood who was returning home for Pesach from his Yeshiva in Israel was arrested during a 2-hour stopover in Moscow, when Russian authorities found a bullet in his luggage that he kept as a souvenir from an Israeli soldier. After spending over three months in the Russian legal system, through the efforts of many activists in Russia and all over the world, he was finally released and returned home to his family.
On Friday, June 23, a California state court rejected an “animal rights” organization’s challenge to the ancient Jewish practice of Kapporos by Chabad of Irvine, allowing the synagogue to proceed with the ceremony before Tom Kippur this year. The court is the second since May to reject a lawsuit brought against the synagogue by these activists.
Days after the death of American college student Otto Warmbier who was imprisoned for 17 months in North Korea comes word that officials negotiating his release deliberately kept his Jewish identity hidden from his captors.
Jews in Crown Heights and all over the city have rallied behind the brother of prominent BDS advocate Linda Sarsour after an extremist group issued a call for him to be “run out” of the kosher restaurant where he works.
Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that Juan Thompson pled guilty to one count of cyberstalking and one count of making hoax bomb threats as part of his campaign to harass and intimidate a particular woman, by, among other things, communicating at least 12 threats to Jewish Community Centers (JCCs) and other Victim Organizations in her name.
Live kaparos will be continuing in New York City, at least for now, as a Manhattan Appellate court affirmed a lower court’s decision that refused to ban the practice because of claims that it is cruel and unsanitary.
A 16-year-old Jewish girl who was wounded in a violent anti-Semitic assault in London was left bleeding for two hours after the Metropolitan Police Service failed to send any officers to the scene of the crime, the British Campaign Against Anti-Semitism reported.
A line of clothing with slogans calling to “Free Palestine” and “End Israeli Occupation” over a clenched fist have gone up for sale on the Sears website, prompting calls for a boycott of the company on social media.
As part of the Fiscal Year 2018 budget negotiated between the New York City Council Mayor De Blasio, there will be a significant increase in the funding for Special Child Care vouchers that are available to low income families who may not qualify for Public Assistance.
A popular style of canvas shoes for children, manufactured by Ugg, was discovered to contain Shatnez.
Tzvi Aron, the brother of Levi Aron, who kidnapped and dismembered a lost 8-year-old boy in Borough Park in 2011, has been found dead in the same Brooklyn home where detectives uncovered the gruesome remains of Leiby Kletzky nearly six years ago.
A number of pro-Israel groups in the US have expressed disappointment over President Donald Trump’s decision to sign a waiver on Thursday that delayed the potential move of the American Embassy in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by at least another six months.
An Orthodox-Jewish family from Stamford Hill enjoying a beach vacation on the British coast were attacked by a gang of teens, and local police refused to help.
At the beginning of a takeoff of BizTank, the Orthodox-Jewish version of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” an Israeli in a beige kippah, gray blazer, pink shirt and blue jeans stood before a panel of five investors — two with black kippahs and beards, one in an ankle-length dress with long sleeves.
This week in Berlin, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel hosted an international conference for religious leaders on the topic of “Responsibility of Religions for Peace.” At the end of the Conference, Gabriel met personally with Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, Rabbi of the Jewish community of Berlin and the local Chabad Shaliach, and asked him to give over an important message to the Jewish community.
An “animal rights” group will appeal the decision of a federal judge in California, who dismissed a lawsuit they filed against Chabad of Irvine for holding a Kapporos ceremony on the eve of Erev Yom Kippur.
An Orthodox Jewish paramedic is suing a New York hospital for discrimination for not allowing her to wear skirts.
An elderly Orthodox-Jewish man was viciously attacked Monday morning as he walked to synagogue in a Los Angeles neighborhood. The attack appears to be completely random and unprovoked. The entire incident was caught on surveillance video.
Clad in a black yarmulke, President Donald Trump made a historic visit to Jerusalem’s Western Wall today, Monday, standing before the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray and saying a few words before inserting a note between the monumental stones. He is the first sitting U.S. President to do so in history.
Dozens of gravestones were desecrated in the Jewish section of the Verano cemetery in Rome, Italy. The Chabad emissary in Rome, Rabbi Menachem Lazar, is helping families who live abroad and whose loved ones’ tombstones were vandalized in rebuilding them.