“Ukraine has shut its borders to foreigners, and no exclusions will be made for the Hasidic pilgrims.”
"Shuls and synagogues in South Africa have been closed for nearly five months; we are all in this together and we are all there for each other."
Turns out what's good for the goose is plenty good for the gander.
They need a miracle. Meanwhile, they sing.
The mayor stood at the gates of the zoo and announced that until he finished the legal consultation, he would not allow the evacuation of the animals.
The PM's press release referenced Proverbs 27:24. Is the PM growing philosophical in the face of a rising plague? We don't know.
"We pray that this machzor . . . helps those who will need to pray outdoors in the heat, and allows people to develop their relationship with God while wearing a mask and socially distancing."
A quick-eyed Jewish preschool teacher became the hero of the day this past Friday afternoon when she spotted a man with a knife exiting...
Last week marked the 79th anniversary of the murder of more than 23 thousand Jews in Ukraine.
At the moment, they are stuck at the airport holding their deportation orders in their hands.
“We don’t have any evidence that it’s worse in the Chassidic community, we haven’t gotten those complaints. If we do, we will follow up,” the governor said.
The rabbis in the meeting said they understand the situation and will try to convey the president's message to their communities.
"The boy was shocked by the incident and even got into an emotional storm and asked to return home as the incident made him feel bad and scared of traveling on public transport."
The money, about $13.5 billion, was included for K-12 schools in Congress’s $2 trillion-aid package, the CARES Act, which was enacted last March to mitigate economic damage from the pandemic.
City official said that Borough Park will be under a "blitz" of the Test and Trace Corps scrutiny, with a campaign of inquisitive robocalls and increased testing.
"The epidemiological situation in the country and in the world does not permit one to organize and hold mass events, especially with the participation of foreigners.”
As of Sunday, there have been 21,836,828 patients worldwide diagnosed with the coronavirus, with 773,197 dead.
The Shomrei Emunim chassidim are characterized by fervent and visibly emotional prayer, and by a rigid lifestyle
Few have done so much to enlighten so many.
"We will not cooperate with any initiative to bring early elections and we will do everything to prevent elections," Gafni, Litzman and Deri vowed.
This could effectively terminate a five-year period of alliance between the Haredi parties and Netanyahu.
"We need to do something wise here to prevent another fire," Gamzu said.
The Haredi parties' complain that while the Health Ministry's regulations are leaving large sectors of the public open, synagogues are forced to operate in a limited way.
“Wealthy, powerful people have a way of speaking and acting that is not refined. That’s not a reason not to vote for him.”
This may be the best news report you've read since February.
UTJ and Shas are right to feel betrayed, seeing as they had gone out of their way to obey the coalition discipline as loyal members of government, only to see their coalition partners step all over them.
In another recorded incident, Kan 11 reporter Akiva Weiss was attacked by police officers.
“This has nothing to do with politics or anti-Semitism,” and we reject any claims which try to present it as such.”
The demonstrators protested at the spot where, on Saturday night, a policeman punched a Haredi man who asked him why he was not wearing a facemask.
Altogether, 12 infected Mayanei Hayeshua staff members, including 8 midwives, a doctor and auxiliary workers, tested positive, the biggest staff members' infection to date in an Israeli hospital.