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Who Is a Jew? Probably Not Julia Salazar

From pro-Israel Christian, Salazar became a bona fide anti-Zionist Jewish activist.

Great Jewish American Playwright Neil Simon Dead at 91

Simon did not write about Jewish subjects, but much of his work was rooted in New York Jewish life.

NYC Council to Name Brooklyn Street After Chabad-Lubavitch Couple

"Their critical work to advance education and civil rights is a model for all of us."

15 Yeshivas Suspected of Cutting Secular Studies Refused to Let Investigators In

New York State Law requires nonpublic schools to provide instruction "substantially equivalent to that provided in public schools."

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Natural Constituents Lovefest at Museum of Jewish Heritage

Everybody in the place was careful not to mention Israel or Jews.
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Meet Harvest2Order – 2 Israeli Expats Who Revolutionized Salad

Most of the salads you'll be served are kept on the premises in futuristic, hydroponic display cases, and are cut, mixed and served before your eyes.

IfNotNow Targeting Birthright Taglit Groups at JFK Airport

While young people were preparing for their flights to Israel, they were asked about certain issues and policies, with their answers recorded.

Trump’s Education Secretary to Visit Manhattan Orthodox Girls’ School

She is known as a "fierce proponent of school vouchers" that would allow students to attend private schools with public funding.

Federal Judge Orders Iran to Pay Billions to 9/11 Victims

US District Judge George Daniels ordered the defendants to pay $12.5 million per spouse, $8.5 million per parent, $8.5 million per child and $4.25 million per sibling.

NY Times’ Infantile Support for Gaza Rioters Empowers Reactionary Regime

He assembles kites from sticks, clear plastic and paper, to which he would attach soda cans full of gasoline-soaked rags, to sail over the fence and set fire to the Israeli fields across the border.

Police Arrest Suspect in Attack on Menachem Moskowitz

According to Moskowitz, what set the man off was the fact that he, Moskowitz, greeted him with a hello.

‘Dachau’ Video Artist Beryl Korot Explores ‘A Coded Language’ on Canvas

The works on canvas represent a period of her work in the 1980’s which is virtually unknown and are shown for the first time together in this exhibition.

Actress Amber Tamblyn Goes to War Against Hasidic Men

“This isn’t the time to attack Orthodox Jews, let’s find these specific men and deal with it that way,” one user suggested.
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NYC Port Authority Suicide Bomber’s ‘Palestine’ Connection

After Sunday's anti-Semitic protest in New York's Times Square in which protesters openly called for the massacre of Jews, it is no surprise that a brainwashed Islamist tried to commit a suicide bombing.
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Calls for the Massacre of Jews in New York’s Times Square

Muslim protesters in New York's Times Square called for the massacre of the Jewish people.

OU Slams Mayor de Blasio for Traif Only Free School Lunch Plan

The OU is planning an ad campaign condemning the mayor's failure to meet the nutritional needs of city children.
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NY Museum Creates Virtual Conversations with Holocaust Survivors

Visitors ask questions and lifelike projections of Gutter and Schloss answer in real time—offering personal reflections about life before, during, and after the Holocaust.

Shurat HaDin Going After Statues of Anti-Semitic New Amsterdam Governor

Judging historical figures according to our most current social mores is politically beneficial.

Billy Joel Wore a Yellow Star at Madison Square Garden

"Thank you Billy for reminding people what was ... so it may never ever be again," Joel's ex-wife, Christie Brinkley wrote.

Black Jewish Banker Suing Goldman Sachs for Discrimination

Goldman Sachs is facing a proposed class action suit in the same court in Manhattan over its alleged discrimination against women in pay and promotions.

Mystery: Jewish Man Posing as Cop Breaks into Woodmere Young Israel on Shabbos

An attorney representing Mikhaylov in court Monday told the judge his client wanted to pray – a desire most Jews find ways to fulfill without impersonating a policeman.

Synagogue Loses Suit over Firing Employee for Being Pregnant under the Chupah

Shultz said she was fired on July 21, 2015, a day after returning from her honeymoon to her job as Program Director of Congregation Shearith Israel, a job she had held for 11 years.
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Lubavitch ‘Leviticus Bus’ Torched in Crown Heights

In the summer of 2016, the same bus' tires were slashed with a knife.

Fire Started Mysteriously in Historic Landmark Synagogue on NYC’s Lower East Side

Agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives have joined the FDNY investigation.

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