NYC Councilman David G. Greenfield congratulated Governor Andrew Cuomo, after Cuomo’s proposal this week to spend $25 million to provide security for non-public schools throughout the state. Cuomo’s measure echoes Greenfield’s own historic law, passed with overwhelming support in 2016, that provides free security guards for nearly every non-public school in New York City including yeshivas and Catholic schools.
Israel’s official Holocaust memorial has asked Amazon to stop selling literature on its site that denies the genocide of 6 million Jews during World War II and otherwise promotes anti-Semitism.
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Once again, multiple Jewish centers and schools were evacuated on Monday morning after receiving bomb threats.
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Police are investigating after swastikas were found keyed into multiple cars in Miami Beach’s Orthodox-Jewish neighborhood. Rabbi Mendy Levi, a Chabad Shliach who lives next to one of the home’s where a car was vandalized, told Channel 7 News that this and other recent anti-Semitic acts around the country worry him.
Just one week after news of a shocking vandalism of a Jewish cemetery in S. Louis surfaced, another such incident occurred and this time in a Philadelphia Jewish cemetery where dozens of headstones were knocked over.
Vice President Mike Pence made an unannounced visit to the St. Louis Jewish cemetery which was vandalized yesterday. He gave a speech through a loudspeaker.
M.A.S.K. , Mothers and Fathers Aligned Saving Children, celebrated its 20th Anniversary on Feb 12, at the new Bison & Bourbon on 7th Street in Brooklyn, hosted by Jay Buchsbaum. N.Y.C.’s First Lady, Chirlane McCray, was the guest speaker. Many community leaders and elected officials were in attendance, as well as many grateful parents.
Leah Adler, the mother of three-time Academy Award-winning director Steven Spielberg and much beloved figure in the Los Angeles Jewish community, whose dairy restaurant The Milky Way is a popular haunt for kosher consumers, died Tuesday at the age of 97.
A Hollywood actor’s BDS activism is producing a donation to a nonprofit organization battling the boycott movement on college campuses, thanks to an Atlanta Lubavitcher on whose property the actor is filming his latest movie.
Following the hugely successful videos “Wonders of Hashem: Safari Adventure” and “Wonders of Hashem: Under the Sea,” comes the latest Wonders of Hashem Adventure: “Up in the Air.”
As University City, Missouri, police investigated the toppling of as many of 200 headstones at one of the area’s oldest Jewish cemeteries, Jewish residents expressed outrage, sadness and unity, and asked how they could help repair the damage.
Shouts of “pardon him!” erupted from protesters outside a Tel Aviv military court on Tuesday where IDF solider Elor Azaria was sentenced to 18 months in jail for killing Palestinian terrorist Abdel Fatah al-Sharif in March 2015, as he lay immobilized in a Hebron street.
Once again today, Monday, numerous Jewish centers in multiple states across the U.S. were evacuated due to bomb threats.
Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu visited Singapore’s Main Synagogue Monday, as part of a diplomatic trip to Singapore and Australia. Rabbi Mordechai Abergel, Chabad shliach and Chief Rabbi of Singapore, delivered a prayer in front of the open Torah ark.
They hear Grad missiles when they walk to synagogue on Shabbat, at a Torah class, during a youth club meeting. At night, when they put their children to bed, tucking them in and saying everything will be alright, they hear heavy artillery then, too.
US Vice President Mike Pence visited the Dachau concentration camp memorial site on Sunday, just days after his boss took flack for a bizarre response to an Orthodox-Jewish reporter’s question about anti-Semitism in the United States.
An online website selling boutique children’s clothing that made headlines last fall for refusing to accept returns from several Orthodox Jewish areas has agreed to change its policies after being advised that they may have been violating New Jersey state law.
President Donald Trump shouted down an Orthodox-Jewish reporter at today’s White House press conference, after he began asking Trump about the rise of anti-Semitic incidents across the United States.
A New York City jury on Tuesday found a former delicatessen worker guilty of murdering Etan Patz, a six-year-old boy whose disappearance in 1979 raised national awareness of the plight of abducted children and their parents.
A Chasidic man from Williamsburg got first class service today when his car got stuck on a Westchester roadway, with Governor Andrew Cuomo himself pulling the stranded motorist out of a snowy ditch.
Officials are investigating after a Jewish student at the University of Minnesota discovered horrifying anti-Semitic drawings on the white board in his dorm room. According to Rabbi Yitzi Steiner, co-director of the Chabad U of M, this is the second anti-Semitic incident in two weeks.
Just over a week after a New York State Education Department spokesman defended its decision to include content that some felt cast Israeli soldiers in a negative light on a recent statewide test, the agency has backpedaled and apologized for the political cartoon.