Teaneck Council Candidate Alan...

May 7, 2018 by

On May 3, new information was posted by Ruthie Levi, one of the five volunteer moderators of TeaneckShuls, an invaluable Internet resource for the area’s Jewish community, in which she accuses Teaneck Town Council candidate Sohn of sending her “numerous hate emails over a period of years.”

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This Time Around, Barbara Toff...

Apr 29, 2018 by

This year, Dr. Barbara Ley Toffler is not on the ballot herself for Teaneck Town Council, elections for which are scheduled for Tuesday, May 8, but the controversial Teaneck activist, whose antisemitic statements and extremist behavior have made her a divisive figure in the community, seems to have two surrogates who are running: her husband, Charles (Chuck) Powers, and his running mate, incumbent Alan Sohn.

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The New Front

Apr 24, 2018 by

These global issues which concern mayors across the USA, Europe and the Middle East require global solutions in collaboration with national and local government. We in Israel are willing to share the knowledge and experience we have acquired with any authority across the world that is aware of the magnitude of this danger, and to join forces in the war on terror and on those radical forces that threaten the wellbeing and safety of our citizens.

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Chairdrops Spruce Up Folding C...

Apr 19, 2018 by

Chairdrops are reusable, durable, machine-washable, fabric covers for folding as well as larger chairs. Available in four different sizes, they slip right over existing chairs in seconds.

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The Midterms Will Be between t...

Apr 5, 2018 by

Pro-Israel voters have an equally clear choice, especially if they recognize that the President, with all his flaws, is owed Hakarat HaTov, gratitude, for actions such as recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish state and planning to move the US Embassy to the Holy City. The only way Mr. Trump, who is undoubtedly one of, if not the, most pro-Israel Presidents in history, will avoid impeachment is for Republicans to retain control of the House and Senate.

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“Moldova Matters at Frisch” Su...

Mar 12, 2018 by

When Alyssa Panga, 13, and her half-brother, Garrik Sementin, 18, arrived in New York from the Republic of Moldova, at the end of February to attend Chabad’s C-Teen Convention, their visit was a dream come true not only for the teens themselves, but also for a group of students at the Frisch Yeshiva High School in Paramus, whose efforts had made it all possible.

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