Adams, who has tacked between progressive and conservative positions since taking office in January, won his election despite losing Manhattan, on average New York’s most liberal borough.
"He is generally disliked by the rest of the city," said former Borough Park resident Asher Lovy, who expressed skepticism that the ex-mayor could win a congressional seat on the Orthodox vote alone.
New York Jewish leaders were quick to slam the tweet from Noah Weston, also known as Soul Khan, a Democratic Socialist known for his anti-cop rhetoric.
Salitsky was an architectural designer working at ESKW/Architects in Manhattan.
Hirsch said he is particularly yearning to meet Israeli relief workers on the border. “They just do a phenomenal job. They know how to operate in very adverse situations and are just amazing.”
Interestingly, the parades honoring Pétain and Laval each occurred in October 1931. This was about a decade before their crimes of genocide against the Jewish people took place.
James Polite's latest arrest came after he allegedly threatened a man on an A train near the Hoyt-Schemerhorn station in Brooklyn and demanded his valuables.
A man from a BDS rally allegedly threw Matt Greenman to the ground, and proceeded to punch and kick him in the face while he lay there.
The anti-Israel rally called for liberation "by any means necessary," which critics have called incitement to violence.
Williamsburg’s Satmar Hasidic community is warning followers not to accept food from the Met Council or the Zionist charity United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg.