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New York turns to Israeli innovation to become capital of cybersecurity

Innovation: The concrete jungle with an Israeli state of mind

15/02/2020
Israeli futurist creates paean to Valentine’s Day in Times Square

Heart Squared is the brainchild of a dynamic team of futurists, architects and designers that stars Israeli-born Rachely Rotem

By MARIA LISELLA
13/02/2020
Harvey Weinstein will not testify at his rape trial, defense rests case

The defense rested its case shortly after this exchange, setting the stage for closing arguments to begin on Thursday.

By REUTERS
11/02/2020
(From right to left) Congressman Gregory Meeks; Governor Andrew Cuomo, UJA CEO Eric Goldstein; Senat
Antisemitic hate crimes in New York City fell in January

The total number of hate crimes also dropped citywide in January, falling to 29 from 38. Crime overall rose nearly 17%.

By BEN SALES/JTA
05/02/2020
Smart phone
Shomrim New York provides free emergency phones to synagogues

The phone would allow people to directly contact emergency services in case of antisemitic incidents.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
03/02/2020
Danon leads first Israel-Bolivia meeting after renewed ties

Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon met with his new Bolivian counterpart Ruben Suarez in New York on Friday.

Pedestrians walk past a yeshiva in the South Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, April 9, 2019.
New York Guardian Angels patrol a Jewish neighborhood on edge

The Guardian Angel patrols in Crown Heights, home to the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement and many of its followers, come after high-profile mass shootings at synagogues in Pittsburgh and San Diego.

By REUTERS
30/01/2020
Brooklyn woman charged with hate crime for slapping Jewish women

Harris has emerged as a flashpoint in the debate over a bail reform law that went into effect Jan. 1 in New York state

By PHILISSA CRAMER/JTA
30/01/2020
Michael Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg launches Jewish outreach

Bloomberg is rolling out “United for Mike,” the name for his Jewish campaign

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
26/01/2020
A man holds a sign outside the home of rabbi Chaim Rottenberg in Monsey, New York, U.S., December 29
From Kishinev to Monsey

Kishinev, more than a century ago, was the capital of Bessarabia in Czarist Russia.

26/01/2020
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