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On December 1st, a figure in a black burqa, armed with an eight-inch knife, entered the upscale Boutik shopping mall located in Reem Island, the neighborhood where most of Abu Dhabi's 40,000 expatriates live. The black burqa'ed figure waited for more than an hour in a woman's toilet—then stabbed the first white blonde infidel American woman who came in to use the facilities six times until she was dead. Then, with the possible help of two other women, the mysterious black burqa'ed figure either smoothly and calmly walked away, or did so in a frenzied fashion (there are conflicting eye witness reports about this). In any event, the killer entered an elevator and disappeared.
The victim's name was Ibolya Ryan. She was a Hungarian-born
Last week, CNN President Jeff Zucker told employees during a call-in at a news meeting, “We are going to do less and have to do with less.”
Zucker did not say out right that there are layoffs scheduled, but sources say Zucker is contemplating 500 cuts. He acknowledged that the move for CNN was “difficult”; CNN has been fighting an uphill battle to return to its former prominent top spot among the cable news networks.
After the call-in with Zucker, CEO of Turner Broadcasting, CNN’s parent
On Sunday, October 13, 100,000 people gathered together at the junction of Shmuel Hanavi and Bar-Ilan Streets to pay tribute to Maran HaGaon HaRav Ovadia Yosef, zt’l at a memorial in Jerusalem at the conclusion of the period of shiva.
Sunday evening’s memorial near the grave site of the Shas party spiritual leader drew acolytes from around the globe for the one-time Sephardic chief rabbi, who died on Oct. 7 at the age of 93. HaRav Yosef, zt’l was considered to be a foremost halachic authority
Tragedy has struck the Jewish nation in a piercing blow, when on Monday evening, June 30th, Israeli authorities released for publication the news that IDF forces discovered the bodies of Naftali Frenkel, 16, from Nof Ayalon, Gilad Shaar, 16, from Talmon and Eyal Yifrach, 19 from Elad near the village of Halhul, a Hamas stronghold near Hevron. The three teens were abducted on June 12th, while hitchhiking home from yeshiva near Alon Shvut in the Gush Etzion region. Both Naftali and Gilad
William Rapfogel, who led the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty until his firing in August, was arrested on Tuesday morning, September 24 and charged with grand larceny, money laundering and criminal tax fraud for an alleged scheme stretching back to the early 1990s.