Washington – Boeing Wins Contract To Build New Air Force One Presidential Jets

Washington — Boeing Co (BA.N) has won a contract to start preliminary work on a new fleet of Air Force One presidential aircraft based on its 747-8 jumbo jet, the Pentagon said on Friday. The U.S. Air Force awarded Boeing an initial contract worth $25.8 million to reduce risk and lower the cost of the […]

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Three Cleaning Ladies Arrested For Stealing Jewelry from Kiryas Yoel Home

Monroe state police have announced the arrest of three women from the city of Newburgh for second-degree burglary in the Satmar village of Kiryas Yoel, in Monroe.

On January 27, state police members responded to reports of a burglary at a home on Eahal Court in Kiryas Yoel, from which numerous pieces of jewelry had been stolen. During the course of the investigation, three women, who operated a home cleaning service in the community, were reported as suspects. Investigators were able to locate and interview the women, who confessed to their involvement in the burglary.

The three women, Gladis Aguilar, 32, Tania Borjas-Garcia, 34, and Yorleni Varela, 30, were arrested and charged with burglary in the second degree (class C felony). The women were arraigned in the Monroe Court and remanded to Orange County Jail.

It is believed that the women have been involved in several burglaries, some unreported, within Kiryas Yoel. The state police are asking anyone with information to contact the Monore barracks at (845)782-8311.



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Des Moines, IA – Former Trump Female Campaign Staffer Files Discrimination Complaint

Des Moines, IA — A 26-year-old former campaign staffer for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has accused the campaign of sex discrimination, the New York Times reported on Sunday. Elizabeth Mae Davidson, who worked as an organizer in Iowa for the New York businessman, filed a complaint with the Davenport, Iowa, Civil Rights Commission, claiming […]

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Jerusalem – The Philanthropist Who Flew A Million Jews To Israel

Jerusalem — Aaron Frenkel sat in his office in his Tel Aviv beachfront home, looking back at what has been a spectacular career. In an exclusive interview with The Jerusalem Post, the 58-year-old entrepreneur and philanthropist recalled how he had soared from a modest start in Bnei Brak to the heights of the international aviation […]

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Photos: At the Bar Mitzvah of Rav Yechezkel Roth, Karlsburger Rov (Photos by JDN)

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Settlers: Jews can buy a home in Iran, but not Hebron

Settlers plan to maintain a small protest outside the homes for the next few days in the hope an approval will be forthcoming.

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Meretz Councilwoman Launches a Boycott of Shomer Shabbos Restaurant

The new owners of the River Restaurant in Ra’anana have decided to close its doors on Shabbos, a move that has outraged Ra’anana Councilwoman (Meretz) Edit Diamant, who is calling to boycott the restaurant all week. Using Facebook to get her messages out, Diamant calls on former Shabbos patrons of the restaurant to boycott River […]

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United Nations – Ban Doubles Down On Israel Comments In NY Times Op-Ed

New York — United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon calls settlement expansion in Israel unsustainable in an editorial published by the New York Times. Days after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized Ban’s comments calling settlement activity “an affront to the Palestinian people,” and a freeze to settlement activity, saying they encouraged terrorism, Ban reiterated […]

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Berlin – German Paper Uses Nazi Language To Blame Israel For Palestinian Terrorism

Berlin — An article in the Munich-basedSüddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) has been accused of mimicking Nazi rhetoric by placing the blame for Palestinian terrorism squarely on Israel’s shoulders. Titled, “Israel suffers for its cycle of revenge,” an article last week by the newspaper’s Israel-based correspondent, Peter Münch, quoted from an interview with Said Zidani, a Palestinian […]

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OECD: Israel’s Economy Remains Stable Despite Growing Poverty

The latest OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) Economic Survey, which was presented to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu by OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria, the report gives Israel a high rating for maintaining a stable economy. However, despite the impressive rating, there is much work to be done as cited in the report, which also […]

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