He has the option to sell them, but it’s not an ideal time — their value has dropped significantly in New York City since the rise of Uber.
“As the son of a Polish holocaust survivor, the images and sounds of this family separation policy [are] heart wrenching,” Cohen tweeted in June.
Did You Know: Cohen delayed his son’s bar mitzvah because Trump was running late?
William Rapfogel, the ousted leader of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty in New York, reportedly will plead guilty for his role in a scheme to steal more than $7 million from the social service agency.
A California boy, now 12, was convicted of second-degree murder on Monday for shooting dead his neo-Nazi father, following a juvenile trial that centered on abuse allegations and the young defendant’s grasp of right and wrong.
A New York man on Tuesday pleaded guilty to 10 charges connected with a plan to blow up synagogues and churches in Manhattan last year.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert arrived at a Jerusalem court on Tuesday (July 10) to hear the verdict in his trial over three cases of alleged bid-rigging, bribery and fraud. Olmert resigned as prime minister in September 2008, saying he wanted to clear his name but he stayed on as caretaker until March 2009 when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-leaning government was sworn in. He has pleaded not guilty on all accounts.
The young leadership division of the charitable group “Friends of the IDF” (FIDF) scheduled a pool party for their members in July 2010 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Santa Monica, California. But Pakistani Muslim, hotel owner Tehmina Adaya cancelled the event on the spot, after learning that the organization was a Jewish, pro-Israel group. The group’s guests were refused access to the pool and Adaya was heard saying, “get the f’ing (expletive) Jews out of the pool!” Eighteen of the attending FIDF members sued for discrimination. After a 3-week trial and grueling deliberation period, Adaya was found guilty on all charges.
The abduction and murder of Leiby Kletzky shook the insular ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Boro Park, Brooklyn. One year later, the impact is still being felt.