Arab Infiltrator Recognized in 770 Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters, Removed

Anyone who sees this man is asked to immediately call the New York Police Department and Shmira at 718-221-0303.

Police Arrest Two in Attacks on Williamsburg Jews

Four of the five attacks were against Hasidic men on their way to shul.

Assemblywoman Malliotakis Visits Israel As She Kicks Off Congressional Campaign

It left a permanent mark on my conscience that we, as Americans, must be at the forefront of the fight against anti-Semitism and any other form of religious discrimination or hate.

Jamaican-Born Republican Has Sights On Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Seat

Being welcomed here in America and going through the process of becoming a citizen was not only exciting; it’s something I will always hold dear.

Jeffrey Epstein’s Guards Suspended, Warden Reassigned

The guards are reportedly suspected of falsifying log entries, showing they had been checking on Epstein as warranted.

Suspect Arrested in Anti-Semitic Attack in Crown Heights

The suspect was arrested by New York Police and charged with a hate-crime assault, harassment and criminal possession of a weapon.

Gov. Cuomo ‘Sickened’ by Assaults on Hasidic Jews

According to Police, the attackers sneaked up on their victims from behind, punched them in the face and emptied their pockets.

Schumer Bill to Regulate Sale of Bulletproof Vests

“What we have learned is that a good number of those intent on mass shootings buy body armor,” Schumer said, adding, “They want to kill as many people as possible.”

Chabad Girls’ School is First in NYC to Install Bulletproof Doors

The school plans to install 90 of the doors, which cost $2,500 each. Both school officials and parents say the peace of mind is worth it, and a federal grant from Homeland Security is helping to pay the cost.

PTSD in NYC: Times Square Chaos Erupts as Motorcycle Backfire Mistaken for Gunfire

The NYPD swiftly announced on all public and social media outlets that there was nothing to fear.

Melinda Katz Wins Recount in Queens DA Primary

Melinda Katz is no stranger to narrowly-decided primaries. In 1998, she lost the primary race for Chuck Schumer's 9th congressional district to Anthony Weiner by 285 votes.

NY Rabbis Urge Nadler, House Judiciary Committee to Enforce Extradition of Sbarro Terrorist Ahlam...

Despite appearing on the “FBI Most Wanted Terrorist” list, with a $5 million bounty on her head, Ahlam Tamimi continues to live fearlessly in Jordan, proud of her “accomplishment.”

Orange County Town Sued for Discrimination Against Chassidic Development

When the town of Chester settled for the new homes, it wasn't aware they would come with Jews in black hats and long kapotas who talk funny and eat kugel.

COJO Flatbush Empowers Next Generation Of Leaders

The enrollment events are a striking testament to the unmatched reach of COJO Flatbush across the city's numerous distinct communities.

Albany Beat

Only about 10 to 15 percent of the voters come to the polls in an off-year election when people run for local government office.

US Measles Outbreak Spreads Again, the Worst in Quarter of a Century

In New York City, as of July 22, there have been 637 confirmed cases of measles since September 2018.

Manhattan DA Robert Morgenthau Dies 10 Days Shy of 100

In 2005, Morgenthau, 85 years of age, ran against a much younger challenge and a vigorous campaigner, former state court judge Leslie Crocker Snyder. Morgenthau won re-election with more than 99% of the vote.

52,000 Brooklynites in the Dark Sunday Night Including Flatbush, Mill Basin

The blackout appears to impact the neighborhoods of Flatbush, Flatlands, Mill Basin, Old Mill Basin, Bergen Beach, and Georgetown.

40K Without Power on Upper West Side of NYC

Traffic lights, elevators and street lights were all knocked out on the Upper West Side, in Midtown and into Hell's Kitchen.

Likud Urging AG to Investigate Ehud Barak’s Deals with Pedophile Multimillionaire

MK Miki Zohar (Likud) this week came very close to suggesting in an Army Radio interview that Barak participated in Epstein's predilections in the latter's NYC apartment.

NY, Israel Ink Memorandum Of Understanding on FinTech Cooperation

“New York and Israel are both centers of innovation and given our close friendship there are many mutual benefits to a partnership in the emerging FinTech market."

NY Gov Andrew Cuomo, PM Netanyahu Meet on Anti-Semitism, Economic Issues

"Wave stricter laws than ever before and when we find people who have done antisemitic activity, they will be prosecuted.”

Governor Cuomo Meets President Rivlin, Offers Condolences

“You are a true friend,” the president said. “Welcome back to Israel and to Jerusalem, our capital! It is good to see you, as always."

Albany Beat

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

After Hearing, NYC’s Conversion Therapy Ban Now In Judge’s Hands

Schwartz asserted that he had “successfully treated some patients with [same-sex attraction] struggling to overcome this problem.”

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Arriving in Israel on Solidarity Mission

"So you want to have a political difference with Israel? Be my guest -- but you have no right to turn that into anti-Semitism."

US Measles Outbreak Still Rising, Mostly in New York

All but three of the 33 new cases recorded in the U.S. last week occurred in New York State.

I Wanted To Be Able To Deal With The Situation – That’s When I...

I wanted to be able to deal with the situation because I thought it was unfair. That’s when I decided to become a lawyer, because I thought a lawyer would know what to say.

I Feel That Who You Have As A Judge Makes A Difference: A Profile...

It doesn't have to be that somebody wins or somebody loses. It’s often about balance.


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