The Bronx man who allegedly punched NYPD Chief Terence Monahan and two other officers during protests on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday has been released without bail.
Daily Archives: July 16, 2020
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Two cyberattacks on Israeli water facilities have occurred recently, the Ynet news website revealed on Thursday. One of the attacks targeted water pumps in the Upper Galilee and the second occurred in the Mateh Yehuda region.
This unique photo is of Governor George Nye of Oklahoma presenting a proclamation for Rambam’s 850th birthday with Rabbi Chaim Dalfin. This happened on July 23rd, 1985
Urgent call for all healthy eligible plasma donors (men & women) as the supply of convalescent plasma drops to dangerously low levels!
This weeks parsha begins with the laws of vows and oaths. Although the Rebbe on principle does not answer legal/halachic questions, he does on occasion address questions of halachah – in this letter, a question the writer is asking about the neder that he had made.
Master storyteller, Rabbi Sholem Perl, has released a new story entitled “Piercing The Heavens,” which tells of the Baal Shem Tov, and how through saying the words of tehillim, we can pierce the gates of heaven.
The number of projects to strengthen Yiddishkeit the Rebbe was involved in will never be known to us. Often, the Jewish public was unaware of the Rebbe’s direct or indirect involvement. One of these projects was the publishing of the sefer Hadras Ponim Zokon.
In preparation for Tisha B’av, a free, printable paper model of the Beis HaMikdosh, that kids can assemble, is being made available by Tzivos Hashem Traditional Crafts Workshops.
Russian hackers have attempted to steal information on efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, British officials said Thursday.
It’s the woke thing to do. New York State legislator L. Rosenthal has submitted a bill to the New York State Senate that would take away guns from some law enforcement agencies.
At least six people were wounded in shooting incidents across New York City Thursday morning, including a 16-year-old boy who was shot in the back as he left a party in Brooklyn.
Rabbi Mayer Plotkin is a businessman who directed many Chabad activities in Montreal. He was interviewed in January of 2010 and in April of 2011.