Sunday, April 23, 2017
Current Events

Current Events

Tanya Gersh said she no longer feels safe after neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin called on his readers to "stop by and tell her in person what you think of her actions."
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, his wife and two other family members, accompanied by a small security detail, toured the museum's permanent exhibit.
Israelis praised President Trump's action against Syria, but the long-term consequences are still unclear.
Nir Barkat was returning to the school a year after his address there was drowned out by pro-Palestinian demonstrators.
Syrian President Bashar Assad accused Israel of supporting the rebels in Syria's more than five-year civil war, saying it is equal to a Syrian-Israeli war.
The father, who is under house arrest, denies knowing about what his son was doing, but does not deny that his son carried out the threats.
A homemade bomb filled with shrapnel killed at least 10 in St. Petersburg and was detonated after Russian President Vladimir Putin had arrived in his hometown for a visit.
"Those who identify as Zionist cannot be feminist because they are ignoring the rights of Palestinian women."
The 59-year-old Borough Park resident was trying get the boys "to come back to his apartment for all these sex things,” a police source said.
Donor-advised funds are supposed to give philanthropists more choice — until federations set limits.


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