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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Special Features

It appears that all is not smooth sailing amongst New Yorkers who had signed up for advertised discounted cell phone rates with Verizon Wireless’ Travel pass service. According to their web site, Verizon offers $10 a day for phone, text and data usage overseas in over 100 countries around the world including Israel.

The Verizon plan is ostensibly supposed to translate in to low bills and hassle-free roaming, but some customers who’ve come home to four-figure bills claim it’s anything but.

One of those who felt “taken for a ride” by the Verizon travel package was Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind who spoke of his plight and asked that Verizon rectify the unjustified charges that he and others incurred.

Speaking to the NY Post, Hikind said

Many New York landlords are frustrated by the hassle of making sure tenants receive packages ordered online. This week, real estate startup Latch and, Walmart’s online shopping platform, teamed up to help alleviate the problem. 

According to a Real Deal report Monday, and Latch are partnering to install Latch’s keyless entry system (known as the “R” system) in the lobbies of 1,000 New York buildings, free of charge. If implemented, the program will allow delivery personnel to

High up in the Israeli Air Force’s (IAF) building at the Jewish state’s military headquarters in Tel Aviv, a unique department is hard at work, bringing problem-solving techniques from the world of high-tech firms into the Middle East’s most powerful air force. 

Founded a little more than three years ago by Maj. Omar Yuval, a former combat soldier who went into the private sector before returning to the military, the small IAF Innovation Department is mostly staffed by immigrants, many of

Anti-Israel bias in the textbooks used by many American high schools may be to blame for the decrease in sympathy for Israel among young adults.

According to the Brand Israel Group, only 54 percent of U.S. college students lean more toward Israel than the Palestinians, down from 73 percent in 2010. The decrease was even sharper among Jewish college students, dropping from 84 percent to 57 percent.

“The problem starts in high school,” Dr. Sandra Alfonsi, founder of Hadassah’s “Curriculum

Is a “mobilized faction” in the American Jewish community attempting to “censor” dovish views? The president of The Forward newspaper thinks so, but other editors and leaders of some left-of-center Jewish organizations see things differently.

The dispute arises from the July 12 episode of the Jewish Broadcasting Service (JBS) television series “L’Chayim,” which featured a panel discussion on freedom of speech in the Jewish community.

At the center of the discussion was The Forward’s