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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, September 23, 2017

New York

Ukrainian Jewish leader Alexander Levin (L) with Israeli U.N. Ambassador Ron Prosor, attending the ceremony remembering the victims of the Holocaust in general, and the Babi Yar Massacre in particular, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, Jan. 25 2011.  (Photo courtesy of Puder Public Relations)Jewish Leaders Announce Launch of World Forum for Russian Jewry

Hundreds of people – Russian and Ukrainian Jews of all ages, Jewish veterans of the Soviet army, young Lubavitcher Chassidim connecting with the history of their sect’s native region – packed a large conference room at the United Nations on January 25th to pay solemn tribute to the victims of the infamous Babi Yar massacre on the occasion of the grim event’s 70th anniversary. Part of an annual week of Holocaust commemoration events at the UN, the conference, which was organized by the American Forum of Russian Jewry with the support of the Permanent Missions of Ukraine and Israel to the United Nations, featured numerous speakers recalling the horrors of September 29 and 30

Senator Charles E. Schumer addresses community leaders at the 33rd Annual JCRC-NY Congressional BreakfastHeld once each year, the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York’s legislative breakfast is considered to be one of the premier political gatherings in New York and an important forum for members of the House and Senate, as well as prominent members of the Jewish community, and other local leaders. The 33rd annual gathering held on Sunday, January 22 was similar to years past in terms of attendance, but was quite different in its rhetoric.

This year’s event commemorated New York State

Mug shots of Maskim Gelman, whose murderous spree last year earned him a well-deserved 200-year prison sentence.Planned to Murder Kletzky Killer to ‘Redeem’ Self

Maksim Gelman, the Brighton Beach, Brooklyn resident who murdered four people and tried to kill two others, has been sentenced to 200 years in jail. The sentence, which amounts to life imprisonment – imposed by Judge Vincent DelGiudice – covered four counts of murder in the second degree, two counts of attempted murder in the second degree, two counts of robbery in the first degree and two counts of robbery in the second degree, and three counts

Justice Richard J. Holwell of the Federal District Court in Manhattan refused on Thursday (Jan.12) to grant a new trial to convicted terrorist El Sayyid A. Nosair, the man convicted in 1995 of conspiring to blow up New York City landmarks and for his role as in the 1990 murder of Jewish Defense League founder Rabbi Meir Kahane.

In support of his request for a new trial, Nosair and his attorneys proffered various claims of newly discovered evidence and of prosecutorial misconduct. Along with