The Justice Department today announced that it filed a lawsuit against the Village of Airmont, New York, alleging that it violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) by targeting the Orthodox Jewish community through zoning ordinances restricting religious schools and home synagogues, and by enforcing its zoning code in a discriminatory manner to prevent Orthodox Jews from using their property consistent with their faith.
If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.
You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.
Monsey.info presents a new mini-series on Lost Jewish Communities that have vanished over the last few centuries. In the first episode we begin the journey in the town of Winterswijk, in the Netherlands.
A Jewish 21-year-old man was shot Tuesday evening in Queens while on the steps outside his home, in what is believed to be a drive-by shooting.
The Unity Sefer Torah begun at the groundbreaking Hatzalah-Thon has come to Monsey as it is scheduled to be completed this month.
In an historic moment, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision against NY Governor Cuomo’s restrictions over state-imposed Covid-related limitations on religious worship. Rabbi Simon Jacobson addressed the ruling and the precedent it sets on Newsmax National TV.
A Jewish Williamsburg woman was in critical condition Sunday night after the taxi she was driving in was struck by a speeding driver, ejecting her from the vehicle.
A Jewish man was held up at gunpoint in Crown Heights Sunday night and robbed of his phone and money. The incident also took a sinister turn when the robbers took a picture of the victims ID, a situation that causes added concern.
A rabbi was assaulted in Vienna, Austria Thursday evening, local police announced Friday morning. According a report by ORF, the woman screamed “Slaughter all Jews” during the attack.
Preparations are in full swing for the arrival in Israel of 2,000 immigrants who have been waiting for decades in Ethiopia.
A temporary injunction has been placed by the Supreme Court blocking limits on houses of worship by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, marking a success in a months long battle.
City Hall will levy a $15,000 fine against the Brooklyn synagogue that broke social distancing regulations by hosting thousands at a clandestine wedding for the grandson of a top religious official in the Hasidic community.
A massive Satmar wedding in Williamsburg that took place recently sparked outrage from New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, who threatened retaliation over the blatant flouting of COVID-19 rules.
Attorneys for Jonathan Pollard said on Friday that the US Parole Commission has issued a certificate terminating parole and the restrictions that were imposed on him.
Rabbi Moshe Moscowitz—the creator, voice-technician, humorist, and designer behind the beloved Shazak series—has unveiled the fruits of years of painstaking research, writing, and recording: Shazak Parsha.
Nyack College has been given the green light to move forward on its sale to Yeshivath Viznitz D K Hal Torath Chaim Inc.
A longtime friend of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar sent a letter of condolences on behalf of Russian Jewry to the esteemed Sacks family.
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With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks OBM, former Chief Rabbi of England. He passed away Shabbos morning, the 20th of Cheshvan, 5781.
Gunfire was exchanged and an explosive belt possibly used in a terror attack in Vienna, Austria Monday afternoon. There are casualties and injuries reported, including the synagogues police officer who is reported in critical condition.
For the first time in her life the ambassador her excellency ambassador of the United Arab Emirates: H.E. Mrs. Hafsa Abdulla Mohamed Sharif Alulama, visited a synagogue, she was welcomed by the Rabbi of Berlin Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal. She came with a delegation of senior embassy staff.
The United States will permit ‘Israel’ to be listed on the passports of citizens born in Jerusalem. The move, which was confirmed by a Trump Administration official, could be announced as soon as tomorrow.
Two sifrei Torah were saved from a fire that broke out in the basement of a Chestnut Ridge home Wednesday Morning, doing extensive damage but leaving no injuries.