An 11-year-old Jewish girl was niftar Monday evening, after a fire tore through a home in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. One firefighter was also injured battling the blaze, which according to reports was not intentionally set.
Slavador Litvak, known as the “Accidental Talmudist,” shared this story about Rabbi Reuven Israel Kott, a Gerrer Chossid who saved thousands by helping them escape Poland before World War Two,
A family involved in a severe accident two weeks ago on the Mario Cuomo bridge says that a New York State trooper reacted antisemitically, ignoring their obvious injuries and threatening the volunteers of Rockland Hatzoloh for attempting to give aid.
A box resembling a home-made bomb was left outside a Dutch kosher restaurant where several anti-Semitic attacks have occurred. Police have said that they are examining the box, but have not said whether explosives were found inside.
A Crown Heights resident who decided to check things out for himself was horrified to discover that the quinoa he had recently purchased was in fact teeming with bugs.
A kiddush hashem went public on social media after a Jewish man stopped to help a stranger with a flat. The Jewish man, who identified himself only as Ernest, made a lasting impression.
Anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered scrawled on a staircase wall at Brooklyn Tech High School Thursday afternoon, city Education Department officials said. A school employee discovered the message reading “Kill All Jews” and a swastika scribbled in black marker on a third-floor stairwell of the 6,000-student high school in Fort Greene around 3:40 p.m. Thursday, police said.
A group of about 30 Ukrainians attacked Jewish worshipers close to midnight on Friday night in Uman and beat Jews outside the grave of Rebbe Nachman in what was described as a “pogrom”.
The Egyptian government reopened a historic synagogue in the city of Alexandria on Friday whose origins date back to the 14th century. The synagogue — located in the Mediterranean port city that was home to a Jewish community of more than 20,000 in the mid-20th century — had been undergoing a restoration process for the last three years.
Flight LY26 from Newark, New Jersey to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport was forced to land at Halifax Airport Friday morning, after a smoke alarm went off during the flight. The passengers will likely be stranded there for shabbos.
Two anti-Semitic assaults are being investigated in Berlin this week, as well as an incident of Neo-Nazi graffiti.
Raziel Cohen, “The Tactical Rabbi’, shares five things you can do to make yourself less of a target, and defend yourself should the need arise while remaining unarmed.
Reporter Ami Horowitz hit the streets of Brooklyn looking to the answer to the question, Why are the anti-Semitic attacks happening? The answers he received we shocking.
Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein announced new legislation today that would include hate crimes as qualifying offenses of which a judge will have discretion setting bail, on the grounds that those who commit hate crimes are individuals who harbor irrational and harmful hate and are more likely to be repeat offenders.
A leaked report has linked both stabbing incidents in Monsey in the last two months. A press conference is planned for Thursday, presumably to notify the public of the discovery.
In the aftermath of Dec. 28 attack at the home of Rabbi Chaim L. Rottenberg in Monsey’s Forshay neighborhood, which wounded five, Chabad centers in Rockland County have started an online fundraiser for the victims and their families.
Watch Live At 8:00pm: Join thousands around the world as they come together to celebrate an evening of simcha and thanks with the Rubashkin Family. This is the 2nd annual event following Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin’s miraculous release from prison.
Grafton Thomas, the man accused of stabbing five people with a machete at a synagogue in Monsey on Saturday night, has been charged with five hate crimes, federal prosecutors announced Monday.
In light of the recent disturbing uptick in targeted hate crimes, the Shomrim organizations and Rockland Chaveirim have announced the launch of an emergency phone. With just the press of a button, you will immediately be connected to Hatzalah, your local Shomrim or 911.
Grafton Thomas, the alleged attacker who stabbed five people at the home of Rabbi Rottenburg Motzei Shabbos, was ordered held on $5 million bail, and charged on five counts of attempted murder.
The suspect in the attack on Rabbi Rottenburg’s home has been identified as Thomas Grafton of Greenwood Lake, NY.
Multiple people have been stabbed near 47 Forshay Ave in Viola New York. Multiple Hatzoloh ambulances and volunteers are responding. Update: 5 stabbed, 1 in critical condition.