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Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, chairman of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch in Brooklyn, N.Y., said Tuesday in a statement that Moscowitz participated in a three-hour teleconference of the organization's executive board on Monday. He praised Moscowitz for having
Two of the attackers held down the 28-year-old victim, who was identified only as A...The report said Levy sustained some injuries but did not specify. His attackers shouted the Arab word for Jews before attacking Levy, who is a religious Jew
Christie's former deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly and ally David Wildstein lost their jobs over their involvement in "Bridgegate" scandal...Two people at the heart of a traffic scandal dogging New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joked weeks
Wortzman took part in a class conducted via the internet, as part of a Chabad project to provide schooling for the children of the movement's shluchim (emissaries) around the world.
Fears that the tumult in Ukraine would place the Jewish community in harm's way appeared to be realized late Monday...A Jewish community center and synagogue were firebombed in Ukraine late Monday, according to the Chabad Lubavitch organization.
The Chabad Russian Center, which plans to build the Sunny Isles Jewish Center at 488 Sunny Isles Blvd., had objected to plans for a high-rise condo tower on city-owned land next door. Chabad leaders had been adamant that they could not come to an
A New Jersey rabbinical student on his way to morning prayers was struck by a garbage truck and killed in Brooklyn. Gedalia Gruntzweig, 25, a student at Tiferes Bachurim, a Chabad-Lubavitch yeshiva in Morristown, was visiting friends in Crown Heights
Hungary (AP) Hungarian Jewish leaders say they have found 103 Torah scrolls taken from Hungary during the Holocaust in a Russian library. Rabbi Slomo Koves said Tuesday the sacred texts were discovered in the manuscript section of the Lenin State
As he meticulously wrote on the parchment with a quill pen, Rabbi Yochanon Klein knew he could not make the slightest error. Every stroke, every line, every spelling to be precisely correct...On Sunday, Klein, a fourth generation scribe from Miami,
It was imperative that we get her out of there and fly her to Israel for continued medical care." The Rabbi, together with the help of the community in the Ethiopian capital, pressured the airline and government officials and succeeded in arranging