My New Earlocks: Moshe Holzberg, a son of the two Chabad emissaries murdered in last November?s Mumbai terror attacks has his 3-year-old locks cut at a traditional upsherin ceremony which brought out thousands in Kfar Chabad, Israel.

A Celebration for the Mumbai Attack's Littlest Survivor

Last November, people around the world shed tears over one of the most tragic images of the Mumbai attacks — a newly orphaned little boy crying at the loss of his parents.


Funding for Overseas Jews In Disarray as Agencies Duel

Threatening to shake the fragile structure of the American Jewish federations’ umbrella organization, one of the key partners for overseas funding has turned down a proposed agreement on distribution of funds, putting the system in a state of disarray.


G.A.’s Savior Is the Russian Oligarch ‘Who Got Away’

In his lively introduction of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the recent General Assembly in Washington, Leonid Nevzlin reminded the audience just how unexpected and unusual a role this was for him.

Kosher Clean-up: A worker hoses down crates outside the current slaughterhouse in the Hasidic enclave of New Square.

Hasidic Village’s Neighbors Have Slaughterhouse Blues

Evelyn Moses’s family has owned the unincorporated plot of land on which she lives, an hour drive north of New York City, for decades. When she inherited it in 1994, it was surrounded on all sides by trees, with a small dirt road running alongside it. “Nice country living,” she said.


Former Agriprocessors CEO Rubashkin Sent to Prison

Sholom Rubashkin, a former executive at the Agriprocessors kosher meat company, was found guilty of 86 counts of bank fraud committed while managing the company’s finances — a verdict that could land him in prison for life.