“The system is not yet equipped to move entirely away from” the old cash bail set up, Melinda Katz, Queens District Attorney, said.
There will be 500 delegates making decisions about the fate of $5 billion at the World Zionist Congress, which happens in October in Jerusalem.
From across the denominational spectrum as well as the secular, they signed on to a letter calling for a number of actions.
“If your seventh-grade [child] won’t get the HPV shot to prevent her from getting an STD, she will not be allowed to have a Bais Yaakov education.”
“Anything that depicts anything regarding Hitler is a very sensitive issue, especially with growing anti-Semitism … around the world.”
“The real good news out of this is that the rabbis and the black clergy got together and have a dialogue going.”
“I’m not good at backslapping. I’m not good at pleasantries. If you have your birthday, I’m not going to call you up to congratulate you.”
“This is a sensible resolution that uses the city’s resources in a smart and effective way.”
Moshe Peter Loth, who identifies himself as a Holocaust survivor, was born into a Christian German family and was likely never in a Nazi camp.
Will more NYPD officers stop anti-Semitic assaults in New York? Some Orthodox Jews say yes, but other Jews and people of color disagree.
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