The Pentagon on Wednesday published footage from the operation to eliminate Islamic State (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Daily Archives: October 30, 2019
Fishy Litzman, the Lubavitcher who famously became an NYPD officer despite his full beard, was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Litzman is also a Paramedic, and member of Hatzalah.
Twice as many people were shot last week compared to the same time last year — as the NYPD tallied an average of more than three gun-violence victims each day, official statistics revealed Tuesday.
Professor Alan Dershowitz, who recently had a Sefer Torah written in his honor, wrote an Op-Ed in the Algemeiner stating how happy he was that the Torah is being used by the Aleph Institute for prison inmates.
Two men claiming to be repairmen attempted to get into Yeshiva Darchei Torah of Toronto, in what is being highlighted as a wake up call for Jewish institutions.
The world’s first modern underground cemetery was inaugurated in Jerusalem Wednesday. The innovative solution was to excavate some 24,000 “new” burial plots at the depth of 50 meters (about 160 feet) underground, with the first phase of about 8,000 graves expected to be available for burial towards the end of 2019.
Police brass and community leaders gathered Tuesday for the award ceremony for the 71st Precincts Community Affairs Unit Detective Vinny Martinos.
WhatsApp on Tuesday sued Israeli technology firm NSO Group, accusing it using the Facebook-owned messaging service to conduct cyberespionage on journalists, human rights activists and other.
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 5780 marks 70 years to the day from when the Frierdiker Rebbe wrote to Reb Zalman Serebryanksi, accepting his proposal to establish a Yeshivah in Australia (originally located in Shepparton), and in fact, urging him to do so without delay. On this same day 70 years later, and after receiving final approval and building permits, Yeshivah Gedolah Melbourne signed a contract with a construction company to begin building its most ambitious project yet.
A Hatzolah vehicle belonging to a Hatzolah volunteer in Boro Park had his car stolen, before it crashed a few blocks later, Tuesday night.
A female terrorist attempted to carry out a stabbing attempt in the city of Hevron early Wednesday morning, defense officials reported. The terrorist was wounded and is in critical condition.