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Chester seeks recusal of judge in discrimination case – Times Herald-Record

| May 21, 2020

CHESTER - Town attorneys filed court papers on Monday indicating they will ask a federal judge to recuse himself from a discrimination case brought against Chester and Orange County by the developers of the 431-home Greens at Chester development.

In Focus: The Rabbi Goes West goes online – The Boston Globe

| May 21, 2020

Documentary filmmakers face many obstacles, from scrounging up funding to finding venues where their work can be seen. Resourceful and resolute, they persevere

Hasidic School which reopened violating government norms closed down in Brooklyn – Andover Leader

| May 21, 2020

- Advertisement - The world is hit hard by the corona pandemic and no industry has been left spared. It has caused great overall distress on the economy as a whole. Most of the affluent nations of theworld are suffering the pandemic too including the US, UK, Italy, Spain among the others

COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know on Sunday – CBC.ca

| May 17, 2020

The latest: An abundance of love from a close-knit family may have played a role in the recovery of a 101-year-old Sept-lesman from COVID-19. In early April, Clment Maltais began experiencing symptoms of the disease.

Slammed by COVID-19, ultra-Orthodox Jews try to understand what God hath wrought – The Times of Israel

| May 17, 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many observant Jews have found themselves forced to confront the theological implications of a plague that has subverted popular assumptions regarding reward and punishment. Ultra-Orthodox communities in Israel have seen the lions share of infections and deaths from COVID-19, at the same time as Jewish communities abroad have been disproportionately affected, with high infection rates in Hasidic neighborhoods from New York to London.

Missing the Context of De Blasio’s ‘Jewish Community’ Tweet – FAIR

| May 17, 2020

New York Mayor Bill de Blasios tweet (4/28/20) to the Jewish community. Time for a Yiddish lesson: Shanda, meaning a shame or disgrace; a scandal.

For years I felt rejected by my Hasidic neighbours. But COVID-19 brought us together – The Globe and Mail

| May 15, 2020

Hasidic Jews in Montreal gather for morning prayers on their front porches, on May 4, 2020. Lewis Cohen (not Globe and Mail) Joseph Rosen teaches at Dawson College in Montreal.

Wed. 5/20, 7 p.m.: A Conversation on Covid-19 and the Hasidic Community – The Jewish Standard

| May 14, 2020

On Wednesday, May 20th, at 7 PM eastern,Jewish Currentswill host a livestreamed discussion of how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting Hasidic Jewish communities in Brooklyn and elsewhere. Moderated byJewish CurrentsEditor-at-Large Peter Beinart, this event will feature Blima Marcus, an oncology nurse practitioner, Frieda Vizel, a former member of the Satmar Hasidic community and a tour guide in Hasidic Brooklyn, and Dr. David N.

After Dangerous Talk, an Attack on Jewish Mothers and Children in Brooklyn – National Review

| May 14, 2020

According to this report in the New York Daily News, there was a cruel and vicious attack on Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn on Sunday: A husband and wife face hate crime charges after jumping out of their car in Brooklyn and attacking a group of Hasidic Jews, pulling protective masks from the victims faces and blaming them for spreading coronavirus, police said Monday. Paulo Pinho, 35, and his wife, Clelia Pinho, 46, pulled up in their vehicle at Bedford Ave.

Jewish Americans Say They Are Scapegoated For The Coronavirus Spread – NPR

| May 14, 2020

Hassidic Jews Socially distancing on a Willamsburg street during Saturday morning shabbat prayers on May 2. David Dee Delgado/Gothamist/WNYC hide caption Hassidic Jews Socially distancing on a Willamsburg street during Saturday morning shabbat prayers on May 2


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