Mostofsky was photographed and videotaped inside the Capitol wearing a fur pelt.
“I came out to blow the shofar because it feels like the walls of Jericho are coming down.”
I felt, and feel, a loving obligation to this place that transcends what I feel about Denver.
The gatherings were in areas where the state is not allowing religious gatherings of more than 10 people.
Men without masks could be seen going into synagogues bearing signs to “wear a mask at all times while staying in the premises.”
“The blowing of the shofar should not be changed in any way.”
Hatzoloh of Rockland County, which serves a number of large Orthodox communities near New York City, said it had responded to more calls lately.
Congregation Chemdas Yisroel received nearly 3 million shares in the Eastman Kodak Company, valued as high as $180 million.
“When we have something that’s so simple to do and there’s so much on the line for it, it’s quite frustrating when the numbers are low,” on…
The Alliance to End Chickens as Kaporos argues in the lawsuit that the animals could spread dangerous pathogens in the air during the ritual.