'The absence of children – particularly children being raised in the Jewish religion – represents yet one more missing incentive to Jewish communal engagement.'
The granddaughter, Golda Nehama Rokach, is the Rebbe's fourth from his only son, Rabbi Aharon Mordechai Rokeach.
"We are pleased Kent Police are working to identify suspects, but it should never have been necessary to pressure them to do so."
"There is no other solution to heal this crisis other than privatization of the [kashrut supervision] system."
Agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives have joined the FDNY investigation.
The 6 am nightmare of police shutting down the buses and miles of traffic all gets wiped away the second the passenger reaches his destination and becomes one with the dancing crowd.
Also on Saturday night, a contingency of 5,000 police and IDF will be manning all the traffic arteries leading to Miron, in perimeter security circuits and at the compound itself.
The man with the cleaver wanted to "kill Jews." The teenage gang wanted to hurt them. Neither worried about getting caught.
For the first time in more than a century a one-volume complete Orthodox prayer book is printed in Germany with all daily and holiday prayers in modern German translation.
Orthodox parties are working on new legislation to protect the Sabbath in Israel.
Separate classes for male and female students already exist in some colleges, university preparatory programs and a dedicated campus within Bar-Ilan University.
There was also Josh Mazza, who pointed out without the benefit of anything but prejudice that 'neither of those women are allowed to be educated or show their hair.'
Families always face the dilemma of planning fun and appropriate activities during intermediate days of Passover.
The injured gabbai was taken to Maimonides Medical Center in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn.
A Jewish father teaches his daughter about the Torah commandment to burn all remaining bits of bread, etc. before the start of Passover.
“During this Passover season, ours is a story that carries a message of hope for everyone.”
The killer shouted "Allahu Akbar!" as he stabbed her while she lay sleeping in her bed.
Both suspects, Hasnin Zahnir and Sami Abed Fatiha, are da'is, "charitable workers for Islamic organizations."
"We are committed to doing everything in our power to strengthen the Israeli presence in Judea and Samaria," said Rabbi Ben Dahan.
"Radical extremists continue to have the ability and motivation to commit mass murder in Europe."