GOD HAS STRANGE WAYS TO TAKE REVENGE !
40 Million Euro Worth of Diamonds Belonging to Frum Company Stolen off Tarmac While Being Loaded onto Plane in Belgium
Diamonds belonging to a Frum company, were stolen from a Brink’s truck on the tarmac of an airport in Belgium tonight. Eight armed men were seen leaving with a big load of diamonds, worth 40 Million Euros, that was supposed to be headed to Zurich and would have been flown in a Swiss Airline plane.
About $1.8 billion in federal aid from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has been set aside to help city residents and businesses rebuild after Hurricane Sandy. Senator Charles Schumer said the additional relief money will be given to the state for rebuilding efforts.
A two year old Clifton boy was one of three people taken to the hospital after a car traveling down a residential street sideswiped two minivans.
Four people were killed in an accident on Wednesday evening between a truck and a tractor in Reihan, northern Samaria, Israel Radio reported.
A father heroically ran into his burning Brooklyn home multiple times and rescued five of his children last night — but tragically couldn’t reach an 8-year-old boy trying to escape the flames through a third-floor window.
On a recent summer day, Rabbi Shloime Isaacson received an urgent call: A 98-year-woman was having difficulty breathing.
A knock on the door of a dormitory of a Yeshiva on the Queens-Nassau border at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday morning turned into a nightmare for one group of students.
Ukraine – Hasidic followers are not the only ones making the annual pilgrimage to Rabbi Nachman of Breslov’s gravesite in the Ukrainian city of Uman. The past few years have seen the site become a booming tourist attraction – and with tourists come the tourist attractions.
A mother in her seventh month of pregnancy was killed and her three children injured, after they were struck by a vehicle as they crossed a street in Rehasim, southeast of Haifa, on Monday evening.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was a prisoner of his security detail over Rosh Hashana, unable to go to the nearby Great Synagogue in Jerusalem because of security considerations that would seriously have inconvenienced the other worshipers.
An Israeli citizen was in police custody on Saturday in Uman, Ukraine after he reportedly stabbed a Ukranian citizen in the Jewish quarter of the city Friday night.
Hundreds of Jewish pilgrims rioted with police in the Ukrainian city of Uman Friday during a pilgrimage to the grave of a Jewish sage. Local police used dogs, violence, and pepper spray to disperse a crowd of about 500 Jewish pilgrims which had surrounded two Ukrainian men in a parked car they allegedly caught stealing from a residential building rented out by Jewish visitors. Two Israeli policemen in uniform helped calm the situation. No one was reported hurt.
A nail-packed explosive device blew up on the grounds of a synagogue in central Bishkek about an hour before the start of Rosh Hashanah services Thursday evening, according to local press reports. No one was hurt and physical damage was minimal as the bomb, lobbed over a fence into the synagogue’s courtyard on the first night of the Jewish New Year, landed in a small pool of water, news agency Regnum.ru reported.
A mortar fired from Gaza landed outside two kindergarten buildings in southern Israel on Wednesday morning, the Israeli military said.
More than 100 Jewish protesters lined up along the sidewalk in front of RFR Realty on Tresser Boulevard Tuesday afternoon to express their concerns about a development in Jaffa, Israel.
The pre-Rosh Hashanah wave of pilgrims to the town of Uman in Ukraine peaked on Monday as around 9,000 boarded 50 flights from Ben-Gurion International Airport.
Boro Park: New York State Senator Eric Adams (D, Brooklyn) will hold a press conference Monday to announce the purchase of bullet proof vests for members of the Brooklyn South Safety Patrol (Boro Park Shomrim).