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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.

Netanyahu Set to Warn UN Iran Won’t Be Tolerated on Northern Border

PM Netanyahu and Pres. Trump are slated to meet Monday; they're expected to discuss Iran’s presence on Israel’s northern border, and the looming deadline for Trump’s approval or cancellation of the 2015 JCPOA nuclear deal with Iran.

Netanyahu Refuses Meeting with Swedish Counterpart at UN

Sweden was one of the first Western nations to recognize the Palestinian Authority as an independent sovereign nation.

Israeli Consulate in NYC Reopens After Threat Against PM, Package With White Powder

Netanyahu is scheduled to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday, and to address the General Assembly on Tuesday.

Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman Installed As New YU President

In an era in which there is a breakdown of civic and civil conversation, Yeshiva University is uniquely positioned to address the most pressing moral issues of the day.

Brooklyn Jewish Leaders Meet With DA on Opioid Epidemic

The discussion focused on the opioid epidemic and the DA’s initiative to combat youth substance abuse.

Assemblyman Simanowitz Remembered For Honesty, Intellect, And Passion For Jewish Causes

Mike was very proud of being an Orthodox Jew” recalled Jeff Leb, president and founder of the lobbying firm Capitol Consulting.

Court Stops Demolition of 100-Year-Old Boro Park Synagogue, Chevra Anshei Lubavich

The sellers claim the building is dilapidated; the congregants vehemently deny the charge, saying it's not true.

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.

Ambassador Danon Protested, Queens Museum Reinstated Pro-Israel Event

“We welcome this step by the Museum to rectify their earlier unfortunate decision."

New York City’s Queens Museum Boycotts Israel

Celebrating the establishment of the State of Israel is "not a political event, but rather an expression of the historical and legal rights of our people," said Danon.

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.

Israeli Killed in Dispute over Blocked Parking in Brooklyn

Omri Dahan, 23, a former IDF soldier, arrived at his home on East 73rd Street near Avenue M in Brooklyn around 11:30 PM Monday, only to discover that a car was blocking his driveway, according to the NYPD.

Elena Baron, Candidate For Civil Court Judge, Visits The Jewish Press

Baron, an active participant in Jewish life, gives tzedakah generously and volunteers to fund and feed the Jewish poor, and the elderly.

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.

Crown Heights Business Owner Predicts Calabria’s Smaller Etrogim ‘Will Work Out’

"Even the non-Jewish farmers admit it’s all in God’s hands. They may have a surprise, and a new crop may soon have beautiful, clean Esrogim."

Mahwah Township Declares War On Eruv

Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, head of the Monsey eruv, opposes the notion that the eruv will facilitate an influx of Jewish residents.

Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Reinforces and Expands Networking Reach and Public Policy Prowess...

Senator Menendez’s office was clearly impressed upon by the discussion, and vowed to immediately undertake concrete action to help people succeed in their business endeavors.

Israeli Ambassador Calls on UN to Condemn Friday Night Slaughter of Jews

Mahmoud Abbas has suspended all Palestinian Authority contacts "at all levels" with Israel over the Temple Mount crisis, meanwhile.

Sullivan County JCC Fights ‘Outrageous And Unacceptable’ Zoning Laws

But to Orthodox summer residents, the zoning proposal, with its restrictive laws on building, is an effort to curb the growth of Jewish camps and communities.

Mazel Tov: Court Overturns Shelly Silver’s Conviction

On May 3, 2016, federal judge Valerie E. Caproni of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York sentenced Silver to 12 years in jail, and ordered him to pay $5.3 million in ill-gotten gains and $1.75 million in additional fines.

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