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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, May 23, 2017


On Sunday, April 2nd, 2017, Manhattan Day School held its 74th Annual Scholarship Dinner honoring Rabbi Mordechai Besser, esteemed Principal, and Dalia Schwalb, volunteer extraordinaire. It was a very special evening of joy, pride and hakarat hatov. 

"We witnessed an incredible outpouring of love, gratitude and good wishes for Rabbi Besser as we honored and celebrated his 18 years at MDS, and for Dalia Schwalb as we recognized her devotion to our school community," says Ami Eden, President. 

The tribute to Rabbi Besser was truly moving. In addition memorable speeches paying homage to his years at MDS, there were many other nods to the occasion. Most impressive was a Gratitude Gallery, in which pieces of artwork, writings, songs

Islamic State propagandists are seeking to capitalize on last week's terror attack in London, which left five people dead and 40 injured, by flooding YouTube with hundreds of violent recruitment videos.

The online propaganda offensive comes as Britain demands social media companies scrub their sites of jihadist postings.

Amber Rudd, the country's interior minister, has vowed to "call time" on internet firms allowing terrorists "a place to hide" and has summoned some of the leading social

Fashion royalty, from Ralph Lauren to Josie Natori, came out for the Fashion Institute of Technology’s annual gala on Wednesday night at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square to honor Terry J. Lundgren, chairman and chief executive officer of Macy’s Inc. Lundgren, the 65-year-old retail titan, spent his last night as head of the Macy’s empire at the gala before handing the reins over to Macy’s President, Jeff Gennette. 

Terry, a hardworking man who paid his way through college working as a shrimp shucker, learned

Claims pro-Iran 'lobby' pushing Tehran's agenda in D.C.

Iran maintains a network of spies and lobbyists who clandestinely push the Islamic regime's agenda in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere, according to the head of Iran's ministry of intelligence, who touted the pro-Iran network's ability to spread its ideology to the West.

Mahmoud Alavi, Iran's intelligence minister, in recent remarks independently translated by the Washington Free Beacon, bragged about the Islamic Republic's ability to

If much of the United States was transfixed by the Congressional testimony of two of America’s top intelligence officials on allegations of Russian meddling in the U.S. elections, the Kremlin claimed it had better things to do.

“We have many concerns in the Kremlin and following that [debate] isn’t one of them,” said Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov.

“New information we’re not hearing and doubtfully will hear,” said Peskov, who went on to compare the hearings to a “broken record” being