The Zionist Underpinnings of Israel’s Violent Crackdown on Haredi Jews – Mintpress News

| April 10, 2020

In a conversation I had with Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro for an upcoming episode of the Miko Peled Podcast, Rabbi Shapiro referred to Jewish Zionists as idol worshipers. They did not get these values, of loving their guns and stealing Palestinian land, from Judaism, he said.

Synagogues bring congregations together online – Newsday

| April 10, 2020

Newsday is opening this story to all readers so Long Islanders have access to important information about the coronavirus outbreak. All readers can learn the latest news at newsday.com/LiveUpdates. Across Long Island, synagogues trying to find ways to keep their congregations connected amid the COVID-19 outbreak have found that technology has allowed them to give messages of hope to their congregation and keep them together at a time where they must remain physically apart.

How the British Jewish community is keeping tradition alive in the time of coronavirus lockdown – Haaretz

| April 10, 2020

Englands oldest synagogue, the 350-year-old Bevis Marks, which has held continuous services for longer than any other synagogue in Europe and famously stayed open throughout the Blitz, closed last month, and remains shuttered. This hasnt stoppedRabbi Shalom Morris from being in touch with his flock.

Seen & Heard: A vision from the past – Tribeca Citizen

| April 10, 2020

April 7, 2020 Community News QUIETIf you havent been underground in a while, or north of Vestry, this is both a trip down memory lane from last year last month, and haunting evidence of how the virus has shut down the city.

AROUND TOWN: About that 80% number … | Around Town – MDJOnline.com

| April 10, 2020

Wellstar Health Systems Dr. Danny Branstetter raised quite a few eyebrows last month when he told the Cobb Board of Commissioners that 80% of people would get the coronavirus. Eighty percent of people standing in this room will get COVID-19 no matter what action you take today, he warned commissioners.

UofL lab tests thousands of COVID-19 samples, plans to expand – WLKY Louisville

| April 10, 2020

Researchers at the University of Louisville have processed more than 2,000 coronavirus test kits, less than a month after developing the ability to test samples for the virus. Dr. Kenneth Palmer, director of the university's Center for Predictive Medicine for Bio-defense and Emerging Infectious Diseases, said the center has sidelined most of its other research to study COVID-19.