Frum News From The Greater Lakewood Area

Month July 2021

US Readies New Cuba Sanctions As Biden Meets Cuban-Americans

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is expected to impose new sanctions on Cuba on Friday as President Joe Biden meets with Cuban-American leaders at the White House to discuss a U.S. response to recent social protests on the island…. Continue Reading →

Israel Becomes First Country To Begin Giving Third COVID Vaccine Shots

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel is the first country to start giving a third dose of the COVID vaccine shot to its population in an effort to stem the spread of the Delta variant. Those older than 60 are the first… Continue Reading →

Heading to Costco in Brick?

Heading to Costco in Brick? Take along a quarter, as they started the $0.25 requirements again for shopping carts.

Trump Urged Justice Officials To Declare Election ‘Corrupt’

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump urged senior Justice Department officials to declare the 2020 election results “corrupt” in a December phone call, according to handwritten notes from one of the participants in the conversation. “Just say the election was… Continue Reading →

Study: Vaccinated People Can Carry As Much Virus As Others

In another dispiriting setback for the nation’s efforts stamp out the coronavirus, scientists who studied a big COVID-19 outbreak in Massachusetts concluded that vaccinated people who got so-called breakthrough infections carried about the same amount of the coronavirus as those… Continue Reading →

First Evacuation Flight Brings 221 Afghans, Many Kids, To US

WASHINGTON (AP) — The first flight evacuating Afghans who worked alongside Americans in Afghanistan brought more than 200 people, including scores of children and babies in arms, to new lives in the United States on Friday, and President Joe Biden… Continue Reading →

UNESCO Recognizes German Jewish Cities As World Heritage Sites

UNESCO added to its list of world heritage sites the former Jewish cultural centers located on the Rhine river in Germany. The cities of Speyer, Worms, and Mainz, which were all very active centers of Jewish culture and learning have… Continue Reading →

The Weekly National News Roundup | Shlomo Rudman

Congress to get Trump’s Tax Returns – The income tax returns of former President Donald Trump must be released by the IRS to Congress, the Department of Justice said Friday. The DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel in a written opinion said that the House Ways… Continue Reading →

NWS: Two Tornados Struck Ocean County Thursday

The National Weather Service says it has confirmed that a pair of tornados touched down in Ocean County during Thursday evening’s violent storm.  The twisters touched down in the Waretown and Cedar Bridge area in Barnegat Township, approximately 30 minutes… Continue Reading →

CDC Team: ‘War Has Changed’ As Delta Variant Dangers Emerge

New evidence showing the delta variant is as contagious as chickenpox and may be more dangerous than other versions has prompted U.S. health officials to consider changing advice on how the nation fights the coronavirus, internal documents show. Recommending masks… Continue Reading →

Former Journalist Attacks Bennett’s Claims That Unvaccinated People Are Endangering the Public

Former channel 13 news presenter and journalist Oshrat Kotler published a letter thsi past week castigating Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for his claims that unvaccinated people are endangering public health. In a public post on Facebook that was written as… Continue Reading →

Interim NYC Transit Head Leaving, Would Stay As MTA Chair

Interim NYC Transit president Sarah Feinberg is stepping down from her position after leading the agency that runs New York City’s subways and buses through the crisis brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, she told the New York Post. But… Continue Reading →

Former AG’s Notes Say Trump Asked DoJ to Say Election Was Corrupt

President Donald Trump pressed senior Justice Department officials in late 2020 to declare the election corrupt, even as those officials pushed back, warning the president that many of the claims… Read more » The post Former AG’s Notes Say Trump… Continue Reading →

Walmart Mandates Masks For All Workers In Some Areas

NEW YORK (AP) — Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer and private employer, is reversing its mask policy and will require all its workers including vaccinated ones in areas with high infection rates to wear masks. The Bentonville, Arkansas-based company says… Continue Reading →

Johnson & Johnson Cleared of Responsibility in Cancer Case

An Illinois jury found that Johnson & Johnson isn’t responsible for the cancer that killed a woman whose family blamed the illness on the company’s talc-based powders. Jurors in St.… Read more » The post Johnson & Johnson Cleared of… Continue Reading →

POLL: Public Believes Netanyahu Handled COVID Crises Better Than Bennett

According to a public opinion poll conducted by the Midgam polling organization and publicized by Channel 12 News, the public believes that there has been a drastic decline in how well the government handled the recent Coronavirus outbreak. 52 percent… Continue Reading →

Hong Kong Jails Activist for 9 Years in First Security Trial

A Hong Kong court sentenced the first person convicted under a Beijing-drafted national-security law to nine years in prison, a ruling that illustrates the high stakes facing dozens of pro-democracy… Read more » The post Hong Kong Jails Activist for… Continue Reading →

HAPPENING NOW: Gov. Murphy visits Toms River [PHOTOS]

Gov. Murphy is in Toms River, visiting a park for the disabled which he allocated funds for.

Illinois Threatens To Divest From Ben & Jerry’s Over West Bank Boycott

Illinois could become the first US state to divest from Unilever over the decision of its subsidiary Ben & Jerry’s to stop ice cream sales in the West Bank. The Israeli Boycott Restrictions Committee of the Illinois Investment Policy Board is… Continue Reading →

Charities Providing Housing Assistance To Surfside Survivors

Sharon Schechter escaped the South Florida condominium tower collapse with just the nightclothes she was wearing, so she cried shortly after when the Global Empowerment Mission gave her an electric toothbrush, a phone charger and a $500 gift card to… Continue Reading →

Forecasters Confirm 1 Tornado in New Jersey, Checking Others

The National Weather Service on Friday confirmed at least one small tornado touched down in New Jersey, as forecasters examined whether there were others that followed a line of thunderstorms… Read more » The post Forecasters Confirm 1 Tornado in… Continue Reading →

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