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Thousands Rally in NYC Against Iran Nuke Deal, Lieberman Calls on Sen Gillibrand to ‘Change Her Vote’

Thousands Rally in NYC Against Iran Nuke Deal, Lieberman Calls on Sen Gillibrand to ‘Change Her Vote’

Thousands of concerned New Yorkers gathered in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday evening, September 1 to rally in front of the offices of Senator Kirsten Gilllibrand, in a show of solidarity against the Iran nuclear deal that both chambers of Congress wil...

Heat Is On: More NY Dems to Vote For Iran Nuke Deal

Heat Is On: More NY Dems to Vote For Iran Nuke Deal

As the national debate on the pros and cons of the Iranian nuclear deal continues unabated...

Son Wins $5K Bar Mitzvah Gift in Court Battle with Mom

Son Wins $5K Bar Mitzvah Gift in Court Battle with Mom

A 20-year old was awarded $5000 after suing his estranged mother for the bar mitzvah money...

Search for Suspect Continues in Boro Park Hate Crime Assault

Search for Suspect Continues in Boro Park Hate Crime Assault

On Saturday, August 29, police announced that the late June assault on an Orthodox Jewish ...

Disturbed Jewish Man Jumps to Death from 46th Floor in Midtown; Co-Workers Shocked

Disturbed Jewish Man Jumps to Death from 46th Floor in Midtown; Co-Workers Shocked

Early Wednesday morning, August 26, an argument between a father and son turned deadly in ...

 

Judge Brian Cogan Rejects Arab Bank Bid to Overturn Terrorism-Funding Verdict

Judge Brian Cogan Rejects Arab Bank Bid to Overturn Terrorism-Funding Verdict

A Brooklyn district judge on Wednesday, April 8, rejected a bid by Jordan-based Arab Bank to overturn a verdict by a jury that found it liable for supporting terrorism ag...

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Yiddish Theater Festival to be Hosted by Jewish Studies Program at Cornell U

Yiddish Theater Festival to be Hosted by Jewish Studies Program at Cornell U

New Yiddish Rep kicks off an exciting new education outreach series this fall. Its first venture in an on-going initiative to introduce Yiddish theatre culture to young a...

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How Big Data Can Save Lives

How Big Data Can Save Lives

Revolutionary Israeli SQream technologies deliver big-data analytics up to 100 times faster than any other key market player

Genome researchers have a problem. They almost...

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Israel, India Close to Missile Development Deal

Israel, India Close to Missile Development Deal

Israel and India are close to a deal on developing a joint missile system, the Times of India reported Thursday.

Negotiators had “virtually sealed” the deal for medium-ran...

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New Programs Added to CCNY Curriculum for 2015-16

New Programs Added to CCNY Curriculum for 2015-16

The new academic year also heralds the debut of a number of new programs at The City College of New York, ranging from a new concentration in architecture to a master’s d...

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Resolving Hip Pain - Insights & Solutions

Resolving Hip Pain - Insights & Solutions

Hip pain is a common complaint that medical professionals are confronted with.   It is well known that a significant amount of the population will suffer from hip patholo...

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Polish Official Believes Nazi 'Gold Train' Exists

Polish Official Believes Nazi 'Gold Train' Exists

Polish Deputy Culture Minister says he has seen an image to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing since World War II.

A Polish official said Friday he has s...

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Can Jerry Nadler Honestly Say He Trusts Iran?

Can Jerry Nadler Honestly Say He Trusts Iran?

Before we enter the minefield of the Jerrold Nadler fiasco of endorsing the nuclear agreement reached with the P5+1 nations and Iran, known as the Joint Comprehensive Pla...

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Matisyahu Plays Concert Just Outside Auschwitz

Matisyahu Plays Concert Just Outside Auschwitz

Days after defying BDS, Jewish reggae star plays in last remaining synagogue in infamous Polish town.

Jewish reggae singer Matisyahu defiantly played a concert just outsid...

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Brooklyn Group Demands Judge End “Kaporos” Ritual; Claims Health Risk

Brooklyn Group Demands Judge End “Kaporos” Ritual; Claims Health Risk

Brooklyn residents had their feathers ruffled last week when they demanded that a Manhattan judge issue a cease and desist order against what they perceive as the “unsani...

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Ten Ways the Iran Deal is Worse Than Munich

Ten Ways the Iran Deal is Worse Than Munich

It's 220 miles and 77 years from Munich – which epitomized the appeasement that led to World War II – to Vienna, where Obama's nuclear capitulation to Iran was negotiated...

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Parshat Ki Tavo - Free Loans and Shemitah

Parshat Ki Tavo - Free Loans and Shemitah

And it will be, when you come into the land which Hashem your G-d, gives you for an inheritance, and you possess it and settle in it. This week’s portion begins with thes...

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Netanyahu: Israel Doesn't Oppose Civilian Nuke Program in Iran

Netanyahu: Israel Doesn't Oppose Civilian Nuke Program in Iran

Iran's Rouhani says country's military capabilities have not been diminished by deal

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday that Israel does not oppose a civil...

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Israel’s 620-Mile National Trail Brings Jewish History To Life

Israel’s 620-Mile National Trail Brings Jewish History To Life

It was a brave—some may argue foolhardy—lot who recently braved the August heat of the Negev desert to walk a short segment of the Israel National Trail (INT) at around n...

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Culture Cleanse: Historical Monastery Destroyed by ISIS

Culture Cleanse: Historical Monastery Destroyed by ISIS

A 5th century Assyrian Christian monastery in Syria has been destroyed as part of the Islamic State's jihad against 'idolatrous' ancient culture

A 5th century Assyrian Chr...

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Maccabi Haifa to Take on NBA Teams in October

Maccabi Haifa to Take on NBA Teams in October

The Maccabi Haifa professional basketball team announced today the team will embark on a two-team NBA tour in the United States against the Memphis Grizzlies at FedexForu...

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Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina: Jewish New Orleans Keeps Growing Younger

Ten Years After Hurricane Katrina:  Jewish New Orleans Keeps Growing Younger

Recognizing 10 years since Hurricane Katrina (Aug. 23-31, 2005)

A decade after Hurricane Katrina devastated the gulf coast of Louisiana—ripping into a huge swath of land a...

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New or Forthcoming Books on the Supreme Court

New or Forthcoming Books on the Supreme Court

If you are a Supreme Court watcher, several new or forthcoming books will be of special interest to you. Coming next month will be a book (his ninth) by Justice Stephen B...

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George Zimmerman Injured in Florida Road-Rage Shooting Incident

George Zimmerman Injured in Florida Road-Rage Shooting Incident

On Monday, May 11, George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murder charges in the 2012 shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Florida, suffered a minor wound after ...

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Facing God on Rosh Hashanah

Facing God on Rosh Hashanah

Three ways to prepare for your personal judgment day.

How should we view ourselves standing before God on Rosh Hashanah?

A rather enigmatic piece of Talmud gives three desc...

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Webcast: Obama Wants “Better Relations” with Israel after Iran Deal

Webcast: Obama Wants “Better Relations” with Israel after Iran Deal

President Obama addressed the American Jewish community to defend the Iran nuclear deal and express support for Israel, calling the disagreement an argument ‘within the f...

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