New York City announced it was launching an investigation into secular education standards at yeshivas. Three years later, no report has surfaced.
“[There] was no evidence, was no witness, was nothing behind it that we should find that he did something,” the principal insists.
“I know you guys are starting to come in here,” the vice-president of the homeowner’s association allegedly said.
One of this city’s largest hospitals has accused a Hasidic group that visits sick patients of lying about the hospital’s policy.
“We reported it to the police. We blasted it on social media. We’re not going to be intimidated,” Naftuli Moster told the Forward.
“The higher the shtreimel, the more stylish it is.”
Quai James made a viral video mocking a hasidic child’s haircut — but his heartfelt apology has inspired the Jewish community.
“If one were to disrespect a Jewish person, what can one do to make it up?”
Quai James said that even though he made fun of a Hasidic toddler’s haircut, he has “nothing against Jewish people.”
The video was deleted, only to pop up elsewhere on Facebook.