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Nearly 5,000 Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries Gather in Crown Heights, Brooklyn for Intl Kinus Hashluchim
The sole U.S. state in existence without a permanent Chabad presence -- South Dakota -- now has one.
"This manifestation of anti-Semitism, which we wholeheartedly condemn, is as upsetting as it is clear, unambiguous hate..."
"No one should have to wait for maintenance to come and paint over, cover up, a hate symbol on your front door. That feeling is surreal."
Finkelstein helped several Israeli politicians craft winning political campaigns, among them, incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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.'
At least 4,000 flights have been canceled up and down the Eastern Seaboard in advance of Snowstorm Stella.
The text of the message, sent by cell phone notification, claimed that three pipe bombs were "scattered throughout the museum."
Anti-Semitic attacks are "disgusting, reprehensible, it violates every tenet of the New York State tradition," said Cuomo.
The smack broke the victim's glasses, she dropped to the floor and became momentarily unconscious. She was taken to hospital with a cut lip and bruising.
We are losing the battle of social media that allows today's youth to be educated with lies and deception. Organizations must highlight Israel’s peace efforts and the resistance of the Palestinians
The music of Modzitz will live on forever thanks to the eternal soul of Reb Ben Zion Shenker, z'l.
Senator Squadron invited New Yorkers and the media to join him on Sunday at the Adam Yauch park on State Street at 11:30 AM, "to stand against hate in our backyard, our city, and our country."
Two young Jewish men were attacked by an anti-Semitic gang in the Marine Park section of Brooklyn on the afternoon of Yom Kippur.
Endorsed by The Jewish Press, Ms. Freier essentially ran against the Jewish political and organizational establishment.
For the first time in U.S. history, a Chassidic woman wins a Brooklyn election, against a man, to become a New York Civil Court judge.