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Davids guests on today’s show include Vijeta Uniyal founder and President of Indians4Israel, Virag Gulyas an Hungarian woman who is based in New York City from where she actively shakes up the pro Israel scene, and Ben Shahin who is founder of Allyus.org. -A Hebrew In The Heartland
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.
Agents from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives have joined the FDNY investigation.
"The uniqueness of this cohort’s multi-cultural identity makes their art special and relevant to their peers," said Ilia Salita of Genesis Group.
Presiding as master of ceremonies will be Fox Business Network anchor Liz Claman.
New Yorkers are stepping up in the face up rising anti-Semitic incidents.
NYC Council member Chaim Deutsch sent a letter to President Obama asking for last-minute clemency for Sholom Rubashkin before he leaves office.
One student said the experience "felt very violating and personal because it happened in a space where we live, where we hang out, where we sleep."
NY Councilman Greenfield got fed up with hearing the anti-Israel tirades at the meeting, in particular from the Neturei Karta leader.
Three people were stopped with a cache of combat gear, entering the Holland Tunnel on the way to Manhattan.
"We proudly stand with the Israeli people in their ongoing struggle against terror."
Brazil loses the privilege of having Dani Dayan as Israeli ambassador, and New York wins a great liaison.
More than 5,200 Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis and communal leaders sat down to exchange news at this year's international emissaries' conference in NYC.
Jordan's Arab Bank agrees to an out-of-court settlement with U.S. citizens over fiscal liability for Hamas terrorist attacks.
F.A.O. Schwarz is closing its iconic flagship store on NYC's Fifth Avenue due to rising rent prices.
New York celebrates one of its largest, most popular parades of the year, starting at 11 am: the Israel Day Parade.
In recognition of the opening of One World Observatory in New York City, EarthCam released a special edition of their One World Trade Center...
Two Islamic holidays have officially been added to the New York City public school calendar, closing schools on those days starting next year.
It was supposed to be the "historic snowstorm of the past half-century." But in NYC it just didn't happen that way.