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The crowd included leaders of hasidic movements and other rabbis, as well as other public figures.
Yeah, I grew up in Brooklyn, what's called now the Midwood area...My father was an ordained rabbi but he earned his living as an accountant. And among other things he was an accountant for several major Jewish organizations, one of them being Chabad.
A Brooklyn man who fled to Israel after the beating death of another man in 2008 appeared in a city courtroom Friday to face charges. Yitzchak Shuchat, 31, is facing charges of second and third degree assault as a hate crime. He is being held on $300,
Photo by Susan Esther Barnes Rabbi Simcha Bunam of P'shis'kha taught that in one pocket we should carry a piece of paper which reads, The world was made for me, and me alone, and in the other pocket should be one that says, I am but dust and ashes.
Rabbi Uri Pilichowski was on vacation with his family when he visited the store in Scottsboro, Ala., looking for cheap cell phones, the New York Daily News reported . The rabbi bought the religious items, worth hundreds of dollars, for $45 each on
Dedicated in memory of Eyal, Gilad, and Naftali who were laid to rest alongside each other today as well as in Memoriam of our Holy Rebbe who's yartzheit is on the same day. Today I speak to the college student, the high school student, the Yeshiva
Signs that appear to call for gender segregation on streets in the Hasidic village of Kiryas Joel have raised some hackles. The color-coded signs posted along Forest Road blue for men and red for women designate separate sides of the street for men
There will be a lecture event on Sun., June 29 at Herzog Wine Cellars, 3201 Camino Del Sol, Oxnard. Following hors d'oeuvres and wine tasting at 6 p.m. will be the lecture at 7 p.m. by filmmaker, musician and author Dr. David Nesenoff. Described as
Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg told Brooklyn state Supreme Court Judge Joseph Gubbay, who asked Meilech Schnitzler to make the apology in court on Wednesday, that he would not accept the apology because you didn't harm me. You harmed all the children I
A gay black man who says he was beaten by a group of Hasidic men in Brooklyn sued five of his alleged assailants and a local Jewish volunteer security patrol...Williamsburg section, filed the lawsuit Monday in Brooklyn Supreme Court against the five