“People are willing to participate in Jewish life if you use the internet correctly, and in fact will be very happy to.”
James P. Reardon is an avowed anti-Semite and white nationalist and attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.
This isn’t the first time that the video of a Hasidic child being mocked has surfaced the internet.
“Man f—- the jews i hate them hitler did nothing wrong fr if we’re being honest,” the person who re-posted the video said.
Arianna Huffington has embarked on a new initiative aimed at reducing our dependence on technology.
Using smartwatches is “causing the public to sin in a very serious manner and place the entire future of a generation in enormous danger.”
“The exact opposite thing of what these people want is what they’re going to get.”
Recently, the trolls came for me.
The Internet has lessened real communication, rather than increased it: A rabbi offers a Yom Kippur resolution.
Wordpress.com has taken down the website of Vanguard America, the group with whom accused killer James Alex Fields rallied at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.