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Ambassador Ronald S. Lauder was reelected for a third term as World Jewish Congress president on Monday, at the WJC’s 15th Plenary Assembly in New York. In his address to the more than 600 delegates from 90 countries, Lauder said: “I have done many things in my life, but there is no accomplishment, no title, no honor that I am more proud of than being president of the World Jewish Congress… we are one people, and we take care of each other.”
Lauder spoke to the delegates about the challenges facing the Jewish world, including the anti-Semitic nature inherent in the delegitimization and demonization of the State of Israel. A recent poll conducted by the World Jewish Congress in major Jewish communities around the world found that “the
Israelfest, the largest community celebration of Israel on Long Island, will take place on
Sunday, May 7, from 12:00-4:00pm, at North Hempstead Beach Park in Port Washington.
This year’s event will feature live music, dancing, delicious food, arts and crafts, and a special appearance by Consul General of Israel in New York, Dani Dayan.
Throughout the day, the event will feature activities for those of all ages, including rides and inflatables, dunk tanks and climbing walls, as well as
Karen Shiboleth is suing United Airlines for yanking her out of the business class seat that she paid for, and cursing at her. According to the NY Post, on Sept. 10, 2016, Karen travelled from Newark Airport to London to begin a master’s degree program in international relations at Kings College. Karen, a 24-year-old Manhattan socialite with over 15,000 Instagram followers, originally paid $1,500 for a window seat in economy. She then upgraded to an economy plus seat using $500 in fees and
Albertson, Long Island resident, Aaron Pinkhasov, MD, Chairman of the Department of Behavioral Health at NYU Winthrop Hospital, will soon be honored by the United Jewish Appeal (UJA)-Federation of New York, Inc. – the largest local philanthropy in the world. Headquartered in New York City, the organization raises and allocates funds annually to fulfill a mission to “care for people in need, inspire a passion for Jewish life and learning, and strengthen Jewish communities in New York, Israel
The highly awaited Rockaway ferry is expected to launch service a whole month ahead of schedule, at 5:30 am on May 1, according to DNAInfo.
The route will connect from the new dock at Beach 108th Street to Brooklyn Army Terminal and then finally to Pier 11 at Wall Street.
This ferry is the first of the Citywide Ferry routes — now officially named NYC Ferry—to launch and the city’s second graders are eager to name the boats on the route, says Curbed NY.
The price of a ride on this brand