Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Satmar Delegation Meets With President Reagan

Rare Footage - Satmar Delegation Meets With President Reagan In the Whit House 1987 includes the Current Satmar Rebbe from Williamsburg Rav Zalman Leib Teitelbaum

Ani Maamin Medley - Simcha Leiner - Acapella

Simcha Leiner continues his annual Sefira Acapella Series with an incredible Ani Maamin Medley featuring many of the great Ani Maamin tune we grew up on, combined with some of the new more current tunes.

Songs Originally by,
Yerachmiel Begun
Mordechai ben David
Moshe Goldman A"H
Shulem Lemmer
Avraham Fried

Arranged sung and recorded by Simcha Leiner
Recorded in Simcha Leiners private studio.
Mixed and Mastered by Ed Boyer.

Severe Weather Strikes Israel

Jerusalem - 17-year-old boy drowned Wednesday after being swept away in a river in the Negev region in a flash flood, according to the Police Spokesperson’s Office.

Police are also searching for a girl that was reported missing in another flash flood. Police units dealt with a number of rescues in the south Wednesday during a severe, unseasonable storm that struck Israel, bringing rain and hail to much of the country.

Streets in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem flooded, as did areas of the desert and other cities across the Jewish state.

Dozens of people were treated for hypothermia after being caught in floods and severe rain.

A mall in Rishon Lezion flooded after the ceiling collapsed. MDA said no one was injured.

The Israel Meteorological Service said the rain was expected to continue overnight and into Thursday throughout Israel and would be accompanied by isolated thunderstorms.

It also said there was concern of further flooding in southern Israel and the Jordan Valley.

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Patients of Hatzolah - Join the eAuction TODAY!

It’s 12:50pm in middle of a regular day. The children are in school, teachers, Rebbi’s, salesman, executives are at work. It’s business as usual for many.  Not so for Hatzolah of Boro Park. 205 volunteers pause what they are doing, and rush to save a Yiddishe Neshama. Watch this dramatic replay of the miraculous rescue of a young child B’Syatta Dishmaya.

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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Community Joins Together to Move Home

Occurred on April 22, 2018 / Bogo City, Cebu, Philippines

Reward Offered for info in Crown Heights Beating

A $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a man seen attacking a Jewish man on video in Crown Heights, officials say.

Menachem Moskowitz says he is continuing to recover from his injuries after he was attacked Saturday while walking home from synagogue on Rutland Road and Schenectady Avenue.

Moskowitz says he said hello to a man before the man began yelling at him that he hated Jews.
In the video, the suspect is seen chasing him down and attacking Moskowitz.  The man allegedly called him a fake Jew and told him "they stole his money."

Moskowitz says he tried to walk away, but the man threw him up against a fence, punched him and choked him while threatening to kill him.

The attack left him with a black eye, severe bruising and a broken rib. He says he doesn't understand what set off the assailant.nNewly released surveillance video shows the man police say attacked him.

The suspect is described as being around 40 years old, around 6'5'' tall and weighing around 200 pounds. He appears to have a beard and was last seen wearing dark-colored clothing. Just last week, police say another Orthodox Jewish man was attacked near 770 Eastern Parkway.
However, investigators say it's not clear if the two cases are connected.

Monday, April 23, 2018

World Wide Plumbing Supply Sponsors of OJBA Event

World Wide Plumbing Supply is a renowned industry giant in terms of providing domestic and commercial plumbing supplies and fixtures to owners and builders. At the facility, products are constantly being loaded on docking vehicles to be shipped ‘worldwide’.

There’s always a lot happening at World Wide, but when they heard about OJBA’s success stories at Interstate, the owners at World Wide decided to sign up as sponsors to our upcoming event. Although they remain industry leaders and have full schedules on the job, they’ve noticed the importance of being where they should be this May.

The company’s operational manager, Chaim Grunwald, spoke to us about the upcoming event and the buzz of activity which a day at World Wide involves.

World Wide Plumbing carries an extensive line of domestic cast iron products and builder grade fixtures, with a specialty shipping service and expedited time frames. While the team works hard to uphold that promise, they will be spending a day at OJBA’s Citywide Event to speak to their clients about how to keep improving the stats.

Their approach is what we call positive growth in an industry that is growing by leaps and bounds.

Be a part of it! Get exposure like never before and network with the best in the industry

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Shabbos Keiravtuni #7 - April 27-29 - Reserve Now

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About Keiravtuni

Living in a generation with overwhelming responsibilities and endless distractions, Keiravtuni was born with the sole purpose to bring Yidden closer to Hashem, their families, friends and community.

Keiravtuni was first created in 2015 and with their first convention being so successful – it was immediately followed by 2 more weekends within the same year!

Their beautiful and lavish events feature some of the world’s most renowned lecturers and sought after personalities discussing topics which are imperative to every yid living in today’s generation. From Emunah to Avodos Hashem, Shalom Bayis to Chinuch.

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Police On Hunt After Jewish Man Attacked In CH

There have been two recent attacks against Orthodox Jewish men in Brooklyn.

In the latest one, the victim was approached by a stranger and choked on the street, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported Sunday night.

Surveillance video shows the suspect running down the street and tackling another man. He then forces him against a fence, choking and punching him.

The victim, an Orthodox Jewish man, was left with a black eye, a broken rib and scratches on his neck and back. He didn’t want to give his name, but he said he was walking home from his synagogue on Saturday afternoon near Rutland Road and Schenectady Avenue when he said hi to a stranger who then got very angry.

The Anti-Defamation League is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrests of the individuals responsible.

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Residents Work With Police To Catch Car Vandal

Police in Williamsburg made a quick arrest Sunday April 22 2018 in the case of vandalized cars and stolen license plates.

As CBS2’s Dave Carlin reported, a tip led officers right to a suspect.

Resident Joel Gee’s home security video captured images of a man in a blue hat appearing to take license plates off cars on Penn Street in Williamsburg on Sunday morning April 22 2018. Gee made sure to show it to everyone he could think of, including his local Shomrim, the Jewish Civilian Patrol.“It’s on the camera. You see everything,” Gee said. “Some people just like to terrorize someone else.”

Flaming Dish Set Off Restaurant Sprinklers

A work party got more than they ordered when staff at a Cava Mezze in Baltimore brought out a 'special surprise' for them at the end of their meal.

As staff emerged from the kitchen carrying plates of the Greek cheese dish saganaki, customers' cries of delight turned to howls of despair.

Staff had set the plates on fire, for dramatic effect, which blasted the heat detector above and set off the sprinklers - firing gallons of water onto employees and customers.

Diners run for cover and away from the reach of the sprinklers which continue to spray the room.

The hilarious event occurred on April 17 at a branch of the Cava Mezze chain in Baltimore, Maryland.

A saganaki is a Greek dish cooked in a two-handled frying pan which is made of cheeses including halloumi and feta.

For dramatic effect, the frying pans are set alight, often sending a gust of flame towards the ceiling.