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Victim of Ultra-Orthodox Baby Trafficker Recounts Tribulations

Haim Aharon Yosefi, the ultra-Orthodox businessman suspected of baby trafficking and aiding and abetting Haredi draft dodgers, recently recounted his modus operandi to undercover reporters from Ynet and Yedioth Ahronoth. Read more

New York’s Orthodox Jews Are Expanding Into These Towns, And Some Residents Aren’t Happy

When Moshe Pinkasovits walks with his kids down the street on Saturdays in his new town, he has to watch out for drivers shouting anti-Semitic slurs. Read more

Monsey Jews Protest ‘Anti-Semitic Abuse’ of 3-Year-old Boy

Members of the Jewish community in Monsey, New York are up in arms over the alleged mistreatment of a three-year-old haredi child who was reportedly thrown into the back of a police squad car after being left outside of his home. Read more

Ultra-Orthodox Baby Trafficker Exposed

Haim Aharon Yosefi—a well-known businessman and figure in the ultra-Orthodox world—trades in babies. Read more

Family Fears The Worst For Missing Singer Last Seen Walking on GWB Bridge

A young Brooklyn singer who struggles with depression was last seen walking on the George Washington Bridge, sparking fears she committed suicide. Read more

Expansion, Vandalism of Eruv Used By Jewish Community Sparks Debate

POMONA – The expansion and vandalism of a structure used by the Orthodox Jewish community in Rockland County and New Jersey has caused controversy among residents. Read more

US Convicts Macau Billionaire Ng Lap Seng In UN Bribery Scandal

A Chinese billionaire was convicted Thursday of paying bribes to United Nations officials, including former General Assembly President John Ashe. Read more

Jared Kushner Sealed NYC Real Estate Deal With Lev Leviev

Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of Donald Trump, who acts as his senior White House adviser, secured a multimillion-dollar Manhattan real estate deal with a Soviet-born oligarch whose company was cited in a major New York money laundering case now being probed by members of Congress. Read more