Suspect Questioned over Anti-EU Graffiti at EU’s Ramat Gan Office

Paz was subsequently questioned by police at the precinct in Ramat Gan in connection with the incident.

NYC To Stop Issuing Violations On Homeowners For Damage Caused By Street Trees

DOT will review the 50,000 existing notices of violation to determine which were caused exclusively by street trees and cancel the lien for any that meets the criteria.

Notorious Tel Aviv Strip Club Becomes a Synagogue

The Pussycat closed its doors in July after years of raids by Israel Police.

South Florida County May Repeal ‘Kosher Tax’ After Complaints by Businesses

The heavily Jewish Broward County has been collecting permit fees for nearly 40 years, but on Sept. 10, commissioners will vote on whether or not to repeal the kosher-license regulations.

Survey: Kfar Saba (96%), Tel Aviv (91%) Have Happiest Residents

In Jerusalem, only 37% are satisfied with cleanliness (46% of Jews and 21% of Arabs).

Williamsburg Robbery Leads To Neighborhood Scuffle

I ran after the guy," Perry told The Jewish Press. I told him to just give me the jacket – I don’t want to hurt you and you don’t want to hurt me.

Marine Police Rescue Civilian Vessel Stalled in Gulf of Eilat

The wind had begun to blow from the west, raising concerns the vessel would drift into Jordanian territory.

Albany Beat

This is the first time in the nation’s history that residential camps have been included in security grant legislation.

Trump Square to be Inaugurated in Petach Tikvah

Kikar Trump will be inaugurated in a special ceremony on the eve of the Hebrew month of Tamuz, the night before the Fourth of July this year.

Upper Nazareth to Receive a Hebrew Name

The decision must still be approved by the Prime Minister’s Office, and requires a signature from the Interior Ministry.

Judges Rule Sex-Segregated Pool Schedule Unlawful at Condo in Lakewood, NJ

While they stopped short of ruling that any gender-segregated pool is unlawful, one of them expressed “vehement disapproval of segregation” over the “separate, but equal” policies.

Watch: Ashkelon Pedestrians ‘Walk on Air’ to Cross the Street

The optical illusion been installed in a number of spots around the world since its debut in India in 2016.

Lakewood Hires First Orthodox Jewish Police Cadet

Lakewood is a hub of Orthodox Judaism and home to one of the largest Yeshivas in the world, the 6,500-student Beth Medrash Govoha.

Group Rallies To Stop Jewish Expansion In Lakewood

RUOC consistently denies being anti-Semitic, but many find its Facebook posts and videos unmistakably anti-Jewish.

Egged Ordered to Fire Employee for Refusing to Grant Wife a Jewish Divorce

A Jerusalem panel of rabbinical judges headed by Rabbi Uriel Lavi ordered the Egged bus cooperative to fire the husband within 30 days.

Red Alert Siren Test in Jerusalem and Surrounds

Residents and passersby will hear the Red Alert siren activate in Jerusalem, Ma'ale Adumum, Kedar, Ramat Rachel, Givon HaChadash and Givat Ze'ev.

Report: Dysentery Outbreak in Northern Negev City of Arad

“The mayor’s office says the vendor’s contract has been terminated . . . but at the end of the day, the parents don't trust the food at this point."

2nd Anti-Semitic Attack This Week in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Yaacov Behrman: "What’s wrong with Crown Heights that innocents are being beaten in the streets?"

IDF to Protect Rare Iris by Moving Iron Dome

“Combat troops appreciate the importance of preserving nature in the area in which they operate.”

Flight Delays Due to Massive Con Ed Transformer Explosion in Queens, NY

No injuries were reported, and by 11 pm power was partially restored at the airport.

Israel Health Ministry Issues Measles Alert

The exposure to the measles virus took place on the train starting from Ashkelon departing at 07:29 am and returning to Ashkelon at 4 pm.

Ashkelon Mayor Says of Sgt. Yosef, z’l: We Lost One of Our Best Sons

"Israel must calculate a new course in dealing with terror, because it is obvious that something is not working here."

Terror Attack Foiled at Azrieli Mall in Tel Aviv

They discovered the suspect had hidden the knife in a very creative way, in his belt buckle.

Investigation Into Texas Synagogue Fire, 5 Torah Scrolls Saved

Two of the Torah scrolls were damaged by water. No injuries were reported in the blaze.


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