Jersey City shooting

Jersey City’s kosher supermarket is reopening after deadly shooting

JC Kosher, which caters to the 100 or so Hasidic families who have moved to the Greenville neighborhood here in recent years, was the site of a shooting on Dec. 10

By BEN SALES/JTA
27/02/2020

Orthodox community raises $50,000 for family of Jersey City detective

Seals was killed during a deadly raid on a kosher market

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
15/12/2019
JERSEY CITY police work at the scene the day after an hours-long gun battle with two men around a ko

Orthodox community gives nearly $50,000 to family of slain Jersey cop

A crowdfunding campaign spearheaded by an Orthodox community in Brooklyn raised some $48,000 for the family of the police officer killed in the Jersey City attacks.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
13/02/2020

Two bills signed in New Jersey to fight against antisemitism

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed two bills on Wednesday to counter the rise of antisemitism and hate crimes.

By DEBORAH DAHAN
19/01/2020
JERSEY CITY police work at the scene the day after an hours-long gun battle with two men around a ko

Suspects in Jersey City shooting attack had powerful bomb in van

"If it exploded in the right place, it could have certainly injured or killed people up to five football fields away."

14/01/2020

Where are African-American leaders condemning antisemitism?

After the Jersey City attacks, some local blacks despicably blamed Jews for living in the neighborhood and thus supposedly causing the attack.

By DANIEL MANDEL
11/01/2020
A man arrives at a mass gathering of Satmar Hasidic Jews in the Brooklyn borough of New York Decembe

Jewish groups in New York to hold solidarity march

The march will take place on January 5 and is under the banner "No Hate. No Fear."

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
01/01/2020

There will still be antisemitism in 2020 – here’s why

The Internet allows messages of hate to spread unbridled – and no one has figured out how to control them.

Three people are killed in a kosher supermarket in Jersey City by two members of the anti-Semitic Bl

Getting it right after the attack

At a time when antisemitic attacks are on the rise here at home and around the world, we must stand together as a community, not fall prey to misinformation.

By ISAAC FRANKEL
25/12/2019
US President Donald Trump signs an executive order adopting the internationally recognized definitio

Whose problem is antisemitism? Everyone's

Given the ubiquity of antisemitism in today’s Arab region, many outsiders misconstrue it as an anciently authentic facet of regional culture.

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