We received the following statement from the U.S. Dept. of State: The United States is appalled by horrific reports that more than 100 people were killed May 2 in gruesome attacks on the coastal town of al-Bayda, Syria. Regime and Shabiha forces reportedly destroyed the area with mortar fire then stormed the town and executed […]
As Jews, we assume a myriad of financial obligations in order to ensure that we live in accordance with the tenets of our faith. We give generously to our shuls and make charitable donations to various organizations that service the Jewish community. But one of the biggest investments we make is in our children’s future, as we enroll them in one of the many quality yeshivas our community boasts.
The school has thus far failed to address this fundamental issue: Brooklyn College not only allowed, but participated in, the violation of their students’ constitutional rights at an event at their school, and at which nearly a dozen school officials and employees were present.