Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar warns American Jews to avoid confronting President Vladimir Putin. He says nothing good comes out of butting heads with the Russian strongman.9
What do a Japanese rabbi and a Chinese restaurant have in common? It’s no punch line — just the unlikely story of Rabbi Theodore Tsuruoka and his Long Island shul.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat won election five years ago on a platform of reducing ultra-Orthodox power in the holy city. As he faces reelection, the political terrain has only gotten trickier.
i24 News, a just-launched 24-hour news channel, seeks to present a different view of the Middle East. It’s based in Israel, but its target audience is the entire world.3
The political leaders of half of Brooklyn’s Satmar Hasidic community announced they would back New York City Democratic mayoral frontrunner Bill de Blasio today, setting the stage for an epic get-out-the-vote showdown in Williamsburg next week.
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