“This is not a typical declination in percent positive rate, which would be more gradual and over a longer period of time.”
I’m sad, confused and worried about their behavior with regards to the virus — but I’m not mad.
“We go back to my father’s time, with the ‘Shabbos goy,’” told one rabbi on the call.
Of course, Orthodox Jews are not the only individuals who have struggled to comply with the changing restrictions.
A poll by Ami Magazine found that 83% of Orthodox Jews plan to vote for Trump, up from the 56% that supported him in 2016.The post […
“We follow U.S. law, but we follow God first.”
The gatherings were in areas where the state is not allowing religious gatherings of more than 10 people.
A Twitter account connected to Tischler tweeted out Jacob Kornbluh’s address late Sunday night, before deleting the tweet.
Men without masks could be seen going into synagogues bearing signs to “wear a mask at all times while staying in the premises.”
“The lawyers all have to get on the same page, and the NYPD has to get on the same page with the lawyers.”