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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.

Why Must Our Rebbeim And Moros Wait To Be Paid?

What is the message we are giving our children about our values and priorities?

Israel, New York Collaborate on Roosevelt Island Hi-Tech Center

The campus results from a collaboration between Haifa's Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and New York’s Cornell University.
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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.

Crown Heights, NY Community Leaders, Artists, Elected Officials Rally Against Hate

The New York Police Department determined that the fire was intentionally set and is investigating it as a hate crime.

Historic 1947 UN Vote on Israel to be Reenacted in November

Diplomats who voted for the establishment of Israel will take part in the event along with their colleagues from around the world.

End of an Era: Gabe Pressman, NYC Newsman Dead at 93

Pressman spent more than 60 of his 70 years as a journalist reporting for WNBC-TV in NYC.

Imagine Political Leadership Without the Party Politics

Kronfeld believes her "progressive conservativism" will have widespread appeal for New Yorkers.

Swastikas and Hate in Rockland County, New York

“Words matter. Acts of hate matter. Actions matter. We vow to work with law enforcement to bring these criminals to justice."

Mladenov & Trump Jr. Are Sole Voices Saturday Against Jerusalem Terror

“I am appalled that once again some find it appropriate to justify such attacks as “heroic.”

#Funjews Taking Israel Day Parade to Next Level: River and Sky

'We wanted to take American support for Israel to new symbolic heights – and show our all-encompassing pride across sea, air, and land.'

Israeli Citizen, Former Tennis Star, Dies in NYC

The accident is the first for the New York Citi Bike sharing program in more than 43 million trips since its start in 2013.

Israel Parade Protesters: ‘Israel Out of Palestine, Cops Out of NYC’

NYPD made quick work of the agitators who were attempting to block both mayors from continuing their march.

Israel Teams Up with Northwell Health in Advancing Healthcare Innovations

A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Israel Innovation Authority and Northwell Health, intended to streamline future cooperation in healthcare innovation, under...

Update: Times Square Ramming Driver Was High on ‘K2’

The driver, a resident of Bronx, appeared to be intoxicated, Mayor DeBlasio said.

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The Jewish community in Kosovo never fully recovered from the war as many emigrated to Israel during the Communist period.
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Teen Arrested in Lower East Side Synagogue Arson Investigation

The young suspect was brought into the police 7th Precinct Tuesday night in the midst of the monthly meeting between local residents and Police Commissioner James O’Neill.

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