The National Security Agency announced Tuesday it is creating a new Cybersecurity Directorate, which will “unify NSA’s foreign intelligence and cyberdefense missions and is charged with preventing and eradicating threats to National Security Systems and the Defense Industrial Base.” The new directorate — which will become operational on October 1 — is to be headed up by Anne Neuberger, who has been leading the NSA’s Russia Small Group.
Daily Archives: July 23, 2019
The Syrian news agency reported on Tuesday night that Israel attacked several targets in the Deraa and Kuneitra regions of Syria.
Bais Rivkah of Crown Heights will be holding a summer fundraiser in 3 weeks, on Tuesday, Yud Beis Av, 5779 (Aug. 13th 2019.) The event promises a standup comedian, musical Kumzitz, lavish buffet, and wine tasting, for men of our community.
The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military-terrorist wing of Hamas, announced its intention to broadcast an “important speech” on Tuesday evening, which will deal with Israeli citizens held captive in the Gaza Strip.
Google reached understanding with lawyers in Spain, to block defamatory content including material promoting Nazi ideology and Holocaust denial.
A 7 year old girl has passed away in Monroe, after a school closet fell on her. She was rushed to the hospital by Hatzalah, but was pronounced dead upon arrival.
On Monday, the United Nations Security Council held a discussion on the “Situation in the Middle East,” with Israel participating. Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, revealed intelligence information about Iran’s involvement in Hezbollah’s buildup in Lebanon, with help from Syria, a direct violation of UN Resolution 1701.
Boris Johnson won the Conservative party leadership race in the UK Tuesday afternoon, setting him up to become the next Prime Minister.
Arriving in Israel last week on a flight sponsored by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (Keren L’Yedidut) carrying 107 new olim (immigrants) from France was a family who lived in a special home in Paris that belonged to the mother of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Perry Farrell, a rock singer, wrote an Op-Ed titled “My Kind Heaven” for the Tablet Magazine, highlighting his personal path in Judaism, and his connection to the Rebbe.
With its charming stone alleyways and stunning ocean views, Barcelona is one of Europe’s most visited cities. Tourists pour in to enjoy the sunshine, sports and stunning architecture. Yet the city’s ancient archways bear silent testimony to more than 1,000 years of rich Jewish life, snuffed out by the Spanish Inquisition and the Expulsion in 1492. Since 1999, Rabbi Dovid and Nechama Libersohn have directed Chabad activities in the city. In an interview with Chabad.org, Mrs. Libersohn shares how she, her community and her family have grown in these past two decades.
A strong thunderstorm and downpour hit Brooklyn Monday night, leaving foot deep flooding and knocking out power to a block in Crown Heights.