The governor is contributing directly to the spread of the virus of anti-Semitism. There’s no two ways about it. We see it, we hear it, we know it.
The governor keeps telling anyone who will listen how close his father and he have been toward members of the Orthodox Jewish community for more than 30 years. The governor has to understand what was true once may not be true today.
“That one night in Williamsburg I let my frustration and concern get away with me and I should have been more careful in my language."
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“It would be highly problematic, and it would be really devastating for the economy.”
Jewish leaders and groups, specifically the ultra-Orthodox community, have sharply criticized the two leaders for their enforcement of coronavirus restrictions amid a spike in cases.
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The governor related that one of his daughters had to give up her college-graduation ceremony because of the pandemic.
In April, Rabbi Rispler defended New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio who rebuked the Chassidic community following a crowded funeral for a victim of the pandemic.
Carr: New York’s governor and mayor could have handled the situation far better with communities wanting to “worship and attend funerals.”
The wedding ceremony was planned in two venues, one on Rodney Street and another on nearby Bedford Avenue, the locations of a Satmar synagogue and a yeshiva.
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"We’re now having issues in the Orthodox Jewish community... where, because of their religious practices, etc, we’re seeing this spread."
"We should anticipate and prepare for protests growing in size, frequency and intensity leading up to the election and likely into the year 2021.”
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A twitter account affiliated with Tischler posted a video of the Sunday night rally with the heading: "Protesting against Muser Kornbluh."
Axios cited a source who said about Biden and Cuomo: "When one of them needs something, it’s automatic, it’s not a calculation.”
On Thursday, a federal judge rejected Agudath Israel's petition and upheld the governor's decision to shut down Jewish houses of worship.
NY City Councilman Kalman Yeger tweeted: "I'm disgusted by the attack in the early morning hours on a member of our community."
"We’re having to tell many communities of people . . . in some communities we’re gonna have to turn back to where we were in the spring."
"This lawsuit is a last resort. Unfortunately, the Governor’s new executive order makes it impossible for us to practice our religion."
Tischler is being described as a populist and a brute, but this relatively new voice of Borough Park is recognized by police as a leader in the community.
As Governor Cuomo shuts down schools in Brooklyn, Orthodox Jews feel unfairly targeted.
Most of Borough Park is considered a hot zone, based on what the governor described as coronavirus diagnosis data.
During a Tuesday news conference, the governor said he deeply respects and has close ties to the Orthodox Jewish community that go back more than 30 years. Cuomo said the crackdown results from love and respect for Orthodox Jews.
The governor also announced a hike in the fine for violations of mass gathering regulations - the fine is now $15,000.
Osman Butt, 25, was charged with burglary and criminal mischief for allegedly breaking windows of the Shore Parkway Jewish Center.
"There are many good people here in New York and elsewhere who are fighting this hatred of Jews,” he said. “What we are seeing is alarming."
Whether synagogues or “whether talking about black churches or Roman Catholic Churches, the community must agree to the rules,” insisted New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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"This can only happen with state approval," de Blasio admits. "We'll be working to get approval. We understand this is uncharted territory."
No arrests have yet been made, although a reward of $2,500 is being offered for information leading to an arrest of the perpetrator.