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Under current New York state law, perpetrators accused of rape can use intoxication as a defense when victims voluntarily become inebriated. more
Police officers of the 50th Precinct responded to a call of a person being shot in the courtyard of 5210 Broadway on Saturday, Oct. 27 at around 9:20 p.m. When they arrived they found a 38-year-old woman with a gunshot wound to the back. more
Capt. Filastine Srour is no longer the 50th Precinct’s commanding officer, according to the New York Police Department’s Deputy Commissioner, Public Information. more
In a matter of three short days in Israel last week Rabbi Steven Exler and a group of 27 other New York Jewish leaders learned first-hand just how harrowing life has been for Israelis living life after Oct. 7. more
Or Gat was celebrating a couple’s engagement while his family was sleeping in the early morning of Oct. 7 in the Be’eri Kibbutz in Israel. more
While protesters staged outside of U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres’ Fordham office the afternoon of Oct. 24 accusing him of supporting “Israel’s genocide,” a much larger group of rally-goers, made up of the SAR community and local electeds gathered at Seton Park to say they disagreed. more
It was a typical Wednesday earlier last month as Manhattan College freshman Patrick Fox was going through his routine and taking a jog on the Empire State Trail in Van Cortlandt Park. more
The longtime Van Cortlandt Motel — now home to an asylum seeker shelter — is being considered as a public primary school. more
Last week at a private New York City college, Jewish students in a library stood behind locked doors as a group of pro-Palestine and pro-Hamas protesters banged with their fists, shouting “Free Palestine.” Librarians apparently told Jewish students to “hide in the attic if they wanted to,” words that instantly drew haunting parallels to Anne Frank during the Holocaust. more
While protesters staged outside of U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres’ Fordham office Tuesday afternoon accusing him of supporting “Israel’s genocide,” a much larger group of rallygoers, made up of the SAR community and local electeds gathered at Seton Park to say they disagreed. more
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