Tikkun Olam: Brooklyn Jewish Family Finds and Returns Cash-Filled Wallet

Christopher Collins said he is "thankful for the people who found my wallet" and returned it with "all my things."

Hundreds of Flights Delayed, Canceled at NYC Airports, on Monday

Severe thunderstorms believed by forecasters to present a risk of tornadoes were responsible for the chaos.

After 3 Year Hiatus Israel Day Parade Returns to Big Apple

“This year's parade will be marked by the unity among all the movements of the Jewish people and between Israel and the Diaspora, and will be a crushing response to the rise of antisemitism in the United States and terrorism in Israel."

Jewish Teen in Brooklyn Punched for Refusing to Say ‘Free Palestine’

The assault follows two other incidents within the week, including an attack in which a rabbi was beaten by a man who yelled: “The Nazis should have killed you Jews.”

Yeshiva University gets $1 Million in Federal Funding to Renovate Campus Commons

Weissburg Commons has been used for educational, political, public health and religious programming for the school and its neighbors.

Fallout from Holocaust Museum Snub of Florida’s Governor DeSantis Results in Some Funds Removed

Two leading Jewish conservatives blasted New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage–A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in a Wall Street Journal op-ed on...

Rabbi Punched, Kicked in Pre-Shabbat Attack in Brooklyn

Rabbi Yehoshua Lefkowitz was in the Crown Heights neighborhood when he was approached by an unknown suspect who punched him in the head and kicked him in the legs.

Jewish Woke: Heritage Museum Bans Florida Governor from June’s Jewish Leadership Conference

"It is sad to see that the misguided leadership of a Jewish museum won’t allow alternative ideas a seat at the Jewish table.”

10-Story Brooklyn Commercial Building Rising in Midwood Across from Pomegranate

Tenants will have access to an automated parking garage, but it's not clear where customers of the retail establishments will park.

Anti-Israel Protester Assaults New York Man at ‘Palestinian Resistance’ Rally

“He threw me down, punched and kicked me in the face, then left and said, ‘That’s what you get for being a terrorist,’ ” said Matt Greenman of Westchester County in New York, who was already on crutches.

Prosecutor: NJ Man Searched Targets for Hezbollah

The accused terrorist searched out targets in New York City, Boston and Washington DC as well as abroad.

Rutgers ‘Students for Justice in Palestine’ Harass Jewish Students on Passover

The SJP demonstrators waved Palestinian Authority flags and called the Jewish students “baby killers” and “terrorists.”

New York: Anti-Israel Demonstrators Call for Resistance ‘By Any Means Necessary’ Outside Israeli Consulate

The rally was organized by anti-Israel groups, including Within Our Lifetime, Palestinian Youth Movement and Samidoun, among others.

NYC Mayor Adams Appoints Tech-Savvy Jessica Tisch as New Sanitation Commissioner

Tisch: "Environmental justice begins at the street level, and clean streets are vital to vibrant neighborhoods and our city's economic recovery."

NYPD IDs Person of Interest in Brooklyn Subway Shooting, 29 Hurt

A total of 33 rounds were fired, police said; 10 people were shot, and 19 others suffered smoke inhalation, shrapnel wounds and other injuries.

16 Wounded in Shooting Attack on Brooklyn Subway, Glock Pistol Recovered

"He donned a gas mask, took a canister out of his bag, and opened the canister. The car began filling with smoke, and he opened fire."

Elected Officials Condemn Antisemitic Remarks at Long Island Board of Trustees Meeting

"A synagogue cannot be on every residential street like they are on the Five Towns."

In Manhattan, 6 Jewish Boys Threatened by Armed Teens

The three teenage thugs were armed with a sword, a crowbar and a knife, NYPD said.

New York Jewish Leaders Urge ‘Concrete Action’ After String of Antisemitic Attacks

“We need a more visible police presence in at-risk neighborhoods, and need to build stronger educational frameworks and closer relationships with those in the broader community,” said Gideon Taylor, CEO of the Jewish Community Relations Council-New York.

NYPD Arrests Teen for Friday Night’s ‘Random Attack’ on Williamsburg Hasidic Man

“What is the plan for dealing with this violent Jew-hatred, @NYCMayor?”

Nachum Segal Network’s New York Studios Destroyed in Electrical Fire

Nachum Segal's studio served as a home for the Jewish community to share news about its organizations and activities with their listeners.

IDF Wounded Vets Capture the Hearts of New Yorkers

A delegation of 12 disabled IDF veterans took off for New York last week in the framework of a special tour sponsored by the humanitarian organization Belev Echad.

Squad Congressman Bowman Facing Primary Challenge from Kosovo-Born, Pro Israel Vedat Gashi

He was offended by Bowman’s ties with the Democratic Socialists of America, which has endorsed the BDS campaign against Israel.

NYPD Arrests Suspect in Vicious Attack on 91-Year-Old Woman in Brooklyn

The incident took place at around 6:30 am on a residential street near East 14th Street and Avenue J in the Flatbush neighborhood.

NYPD: Hate Crimes Against Jews Up 409%

Most of the antisemitic attacks targeted Orthodox Jews who are easily identified because of their traditional attire.

NYC Pension Funds, NY State to Divest from Russian Assets

Governor Kathy Hochul has also signed an executive order to divest state money from Russia-linked businesses until the federal government lifts its sanctions.

NY Congressman Lee Zeldin Wins GOP Nomination for Governor

Party members from across the state who met Tuesday to choose their candidate had long expected to nominate the Congressman.

New York’s ‘Little Odessa’ Jews React to Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Brighton Beach is home to one of the largest Ukrainian populations outside of Eastern Europe, so much so that the neighborhood is known by its nickname of “Little Odessa,” named for the Ukrainian port city on the shores of the Black Sea.

Vicious Teens Beat Elderly Brooklyn Yeshiva Bus Driver

Bleeding and bruised, the victim was taken to Maimonides Medical Center, located in the neighborhood.


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