Frum News From The Greater Lakewood Area

Month July 2022

JARED vs. BANNON: Kushner Describes His Feuds with “Toxic” Former Trump Strategist

In his upcoming book, Jared Kushner details his many clashes with Steve Bannon, saying he was a “toxic” presence in the West Wing who threatened to break him “in half” if Kushner turned on him. In one instance, Kusher writes… Continue Reading →

US Rules Out Summer COVID Boosters to Focus on Fall Campaign

U.S. regulators said Friday they are no longer considering authorizing a second COVID-19 booster shot for all adults under 50 this summer, focusing instead on revamped vaccines for the fall that will target the newest viral subvariants. Pfizer and Moderna… Continue Reading →

7 Dead In Wrong-way Crash On Northern Illinois Interstate

HAMPSHIRE, Ill. (AP) — A crash involving a wrong-way vehicle on an interstate in northern Illinois left seven people dead Sunday, including five children, authorities said. The crash occurred around 2 a.m. on Interstate 90 in McHenry County, roughly 50… Continue Reading →

Iran Arrests 2nd Swede, Claims He’s A “Spy For Israel”

Iranian agents have arrested a Swedish citizen suspected of spying, the intelligence ministry said Saturday. The statement said the suspect was in touch with several other figures in Iran, and has visited Israel, Iran’s foe. The statement accused Sweden of… Continue Reading →

Cellphone, Wi-Fi Service Expanding Across NYC Subway System

New York City’s sprawling subway system will be fully wired for cellphone and Wi-Fi service within about 10 years under a plan approved by transit officials this week. Riders will be able to use their phones throughout the 418 miles… Continue Reading →

Mrs. Jeanne Glick ע”ה Sara Dena

Family getting up: Mrs. Tsivia FineDaughter Tsivia Fine will be sitting in Monsey starting Thursday; hours from 12-5:30PM and 7-9 PM hours for Friday 12-4:30

Doctor: Biden Tests Positive For Covid For 2nd Day In A Row

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 for the second straight day, in what appears to be a rare case of “rebound” following treatment with an anti-viral drug. In a letter noting the positive test, Dr. Kevin… Continue Reading →

Rabbi Moshe Eliezer Adler ז”ל משה אליעזר בן שלמה זלמן ז”ל

Family getting up: Shacharis: 8:00 amMincha: 7:30 pmMaariv: 9:00 pm Mrs. Shifra Adler Wife Mrs. Rechy Goldstein Sister Rabbi Shmuel Adler Son Mrs. Esty Sussman Daughter Mrs. Suri Maline Daughter Rabbi Chaim AdlerSon Rabbi Mordichai Adler Son Will be sitting… Continue Reading →

States Boost Child Care Money As Congressional Effort Stalls

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Difficulties in finding affordable child care cost Enoshja Ruffin her job three years ago. The mother of six was let go from her position as a counselor for kids with cerebral palsy after she missed three… Continue Reading →

FAA Clears Boeing to Resume Delivery of Bedeviled 787 Dreamliners

Boeing has cleared a key hurdle with federal regulators and could soon resume deliveries of its large 787 airliner, which has been plagued by a series of production issues since late 2020, a person familiar with the matter said Saturday…. Continue Reading →

Russian-Israeli Businessman: “Jews Should Flee Russia As Soon As Possible”

Former Russian oligarch Leonid Nevzlin escaped Russia 20 years ago to Israel – in the nick of time to save his freedom. Back in Russia, his former colleagues and associates were arrested and thrown into prison on trumped-up charges, and… Continue Reading →

US Court Sides With Ny In Fight Over School Vaccine Rules

A federal appeals court ruled Friday against a group of New York parents who sued after the state made it more difficult for children to get a medical exemption from school immunization requirements, which were tightened after a major measles… Continue Reading →

China Says Remains Of Rocket Booster Fall To Earth

BEIJING (AP) — Debris from a rocket that boosted part of China’s new space station into orbit fell into the sea in the Philippines on Sunday, the Chinese government announced. Most of the final stage of the Long March-5B rocket… Continue Reading →

Experience The “Unexpected”: Project Inspire’s Tisha B’av Video

When life presents us with challenges and unexpected difficulties arise, we often succumb to overwhelming anxiety and grief.   But there are heroes among us who rise to the occasion even in times of  adversity.  They overcome their challenges with positivity… Continue Reading →

Fealty to Trump Defines Republican Senate Primary in Arizona

An interviewer asked Arizona Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters to pick a “subversive thinker” whom people should know more about. Masters gave it some thought and came up with a risky response for someone running for elected office. He picked… Continue Reading →

Shark Sightings Get More Common At New York Beaches

BABYLON, N.Y. (AP) — As bathers cooled themselves in the Atlantic surf on New York’s Fire Island last Wednesday, Reily Winston held up a smooth dogfish shark his friend had just caught fishing off a pier in an inlet behind… Continue Reading →

Fire In Prominent Shul In Kew Gardens Hills, Queens [VIDEO]

A Shul in Queens was R”L destroyed in a fire on Thurday afternoon. The fire broke out at around 3:20PM in HaRav Yaakov Friedman’s Shul, also known as Bais Yosef D’Ulem, located in the Kew Gardens Hills section of Queens…. Continue Reading →

Hezbollah Airs Video Of Israeli Barges In Disputed Gas Field

BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanon’s Hezbollah on Sunday aired drone footage of Israeli ships in a disputed gas field in the Mediterranean Sea, highlighting the tension at the center of U.S.-mediated maritime border talks between Lebanon and Israel. The footage was… Continue Reading →

Navy Expedites Waterborne Drones to Close Gap with China

Facing a growing threat from China, the Navy envisions drone ships keeping an electronic eye on enemy forces across the vast Pacific Ocean, extending the reach of firepower, and keeping sailors out of harm’s way. The Navy is speeding development… Continue Reading →

How to Recession-Proof Your Life Amid Economic Uncertainty

Prices for gas, food and rent are soaring. The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates to the highest level since 2018. The U.S. economy has shrunk for two straight quarters. Economists are divided over whether a recession is looming. What’s… Continue Reading →

No More Cash Deals in Israel (if it’s over 6000 Shekels)

Special to VINNEWS by Chanan Schochet It is called “mezuman” in Hebrew and it is about to become illegal.  On August 1st, a new law is about to take effect which will ban all large payments in cash and in… Continue Reading →

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