Melamad or moshe Malamud.   They are both crooks.

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Convicted slumlord admits that he’s a total scumbag

A Brooklyn slumlord ​previously convicted of attempting to drive out tenants by cutting off heat in the dead of winter has now admitted creating shell corporations to illegally purchase and sell properties, according to authorities.

https://nypost.com/2017/11/27/convicted-slumlord-admits-that-hes-a-total-scumbag/?utm_campaign=iosapp&utm_source=mail_app

Another de Blasio donor who bought rich rewards

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Another de Blasio donor who bought rich rewards

Backing Bill de Blasio sure has its rewards — as The Post’s story Wednesday about Moishe Indig illustrates. (Yet again.)

 

E-mails the city coughed up under the Freedom of Information laws show that Indig, an influential rabbi in Brooklyn’s Arony Satmar community, got the royal treatment from City Hall after helping then-candidate de Blasio raise cash for his 2013 campaign.

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Unorthodox-Jew A Critical View of Orthodox Judaism

Unorthodox-Jew A Critical View of Orthodox Judaism: Sheinberg served as a rabbi and is the former Rosh Yeshiva (dean) of the Orot HaAri Yeshiva (Torah academy). He was accused of sexual abuse by no less than thirteen women, and admitted his offenses to Tzfat Chief Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, as well as to his wife – but he has since then claimed over and over again that the allegations are “nonsense.”

 

http://theunorthodoxjew.blogspot.com/2017/12/sheinberg-served-as-rabbi-and-is-former.html

Chabad Rabbis Face 20 Questions

Chabad Rabbis Face 20 Questions

When was the last time you got to ask your Rabbi any question you wanted? What about questions you are too embarrassed to ask in person?

Over 175 people attended the Crossfire! event held in Los Angeles on September 7th, moderated by the high energy and always entertaining, Rabbi Abba Perelmuter.

The panel consisted of Rabbi Yosef Shusterman, a renowned Chabad rabbi and halachic authority from Beverly Hills in California; Rabbi Mendel Lipskier, a Mashpia and Shliach at Chabad of Sherman Oaks in California; and Rabbi Shlomo Bistritzky, Director of Outreach for Chabad of the Conejo.

The event was the last one for this year that was put on by the Anash Lecture Series in Los Angeles. The lecture series, run by several local Anash community members, strives to provide high-quality lecture events, but with free admission and open to all.

For the Crossfire! event, community members submitted their questions anonymously in advance via email. The questions that had the most relevance and broadest appeal, were asked of the panel.

“The event was amazing for several reasons,” said Sruli Schochet, one of the event coordinators. “The sheer volume of questions that came in, highlights how many people have pressing questions, but are too scared to ask, out of fear of being stigmatized or the like.

“Furthermore, it was an opportunity to interact with the Rabbis and leadership of our community, as well as see them in a different setting than regular life normally affords. I think such an event should be mandatory of every Chabad community out there.”

The spirited evening covered over 20 questions with such topics as: Halacha and cosmetic surgery; Chabad and Zionism; eating in someone’s house who doesn’t cover their hair; Chabad and Eruv; handling allegations of child abuse; having more children versus rising tuition costs; and more.

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Rabbis allow Perverts to run amok in south florida endangering Jewish children

Rabbis allow
Perverts to run amok in south Florida endangering Jewish children

In  Boca Raton and in North Miami Beach  the rabbi’s are allowing both convicted and alleged perverts to  be honored in their synagogues

Rabbi Ephriam Goldberg in Boca has continuously allowed  the convicted pervert. Boruch Lanner to attend services and has honored him

Following his lead rabbi Ephriam Shapiro the noted speaker who speaks for the chofetz chiam heritage foundation   Allowed the alleged pervert rabbi bodkins to blow shofar for his minyan

It is clear that the rabbi’s do not have Jewish children’s best interests at heart or have no problems allowing perverts to be in their synagogue

Perhaps if people who hired rabbi s Goldberg and Shapiro as speakers would research their background about how many children have been hurt by their inaction and lack of care for the safety of Jewish children they might actually care

T He chofetz chiam  heritage fund should be asked how come their main speaker allows an alleged pervert to blow shofar on rosh hashana

Rabbi’s Goldberg and Shapiro you should be ashamed

ABANDONING THE ELDERLY – SHAME !

Why are Jewish ‘Rescue’ Organizations being mobilized to MARATHON and KEY WEST ??

HUNDREDS of Holocaust Survivors, Elderly and Infirm are stuck in buildings WITHOUT POWER

RIGHT HERE in Miami/Dade, Century Village, Deerfield Beach and Hollywood/Ft.Lauderdale?

WHO is Pulling the Strings — DISGRACEFUL — More to COME

 

 

First drug and alcohol rehab center for Jewish addicts opens in Brooklyn

First drug and alcohol rehab center for Jewish addicts opens in Brooklyn

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Counselors and former addicts Judah Weiner (from left to right), Stephen Siegel and Henry Moultrie at  Journeys, the first drug and alcohol rehab center geared to assist Jewish addicts in Borough Park.

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The first outpatient drug and alcohol rehab center created for Jewish addicts in Borough Park quietly opened its doors earlier this month.

The center, called Journeys, is state-certified and has more than 10 rooms for counseling and group therapy.

Community activists say it’s long overdue and that there’s a need to address the growing addiction crisis.

“The answer isn’t to send them off to some fancy rehab in California or Arizona,” said Barbara Silverstein, 45, program director and health care coordinator of the center.

Drug overdose rates among teens rose 19% in a single year

The center on 1049 38th St. follows the overdose death of Malky Klein, 20, who grew up in Borough Park. Klein was found by her mother inside their Borough Park home on June 24, police said.

Klein had recently returned from a rehab in California, according to friends and family.

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The center, called Journeys, is state-certified and has more than 10 rooms for counseling and group therapy.

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“We are hopeful to remove the stigma of addiction in the community so that more people can seek the help that they need,” said Silverstein, noting the center is also set up to counsel family members of addicts.

There are similar centers catering to Jews and their families struggling with addiction in Flatbush and Crown Heights.

15 accused drug dealers busted for pushing opioids in NYC

The Jewish community isn’t immune to the exploding opioid crisis, activists say.

“It’s a growing problem,” said Jack Meyer, founder of Masaskim, a Jewish burial group. “It is progressively getting worse.”

Brooklyn Hasidic school officials busted for stealing federal meal program cash

Brooklyn Hasidic school officials busted for stealing federal meal program cash

 

Joel Lowy, 29, formerly of the Central United Talmudic Academy, was indicted Thursday on charges that he  bilked a federal school meal program out of $3 million — putting in claims on food that was never served.

Joel Lowy, 29, formerly of the Central United Talmudic Academy, was indicted Thursday on charges that he bilked a federal school meal program out of $3 million — putting in claims on food that was never served.

(BYRON SMITH)

Two ex-administrators at a Brooklyn Hasidic school system are accused of taking food out of the mouths of children.

Elozer Porges, 43, and Joel Lowy, 29, formerly of the Central United Talmudic Academy, were indicted Thursday on charges that they bilked a federal school meal program out of $3 million — putting in claims on food that was never served.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors said the unreal meal scheme took place between 2013 and 2015. They said the pair padded reimbursement claims so they could reap larger checks from the U.S. Child and Adult Care Food Program — a program meant to feed at-risk children.

The FBI and the city Department of Investigation launched a joint investigation into the reimbursement process in 2014 — specifically looking at whether dinners were actually served at the Williamsburg schools.

Victim beaten half-blind by Hasidic man files suit against city

Investigators learned that the kids got breakfast and lunch, but no suppers. Kitchen and custodial staff confirmed that breakfast, lunch and snacks were the only items on the menu, court papers said.

Porges, the former executive director, and Lowy, the onetime assistant director, face felony charges of mail fraud and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.

They face up to 20 years in prison if convicted. They pleaded not guilty at their arriangment Thursday.

Lowy was arrested Thursday and released on $200,000 bond. His lawyer, Marc Agnifilo, said his client “is going to fight the charges.”

Lowy was arrested Thursday and released on $200,000 bond. His lawyer, Marc Agnifilo, said his client “is going to fight the charges.”

(BYRON SMITH)

Henry Mazurek, Porges’ lawyer, told the Daily News his client “was a dedicated school officer” and not a pocket-lining thief.

Ex-Councilman cries as he gets up to six years for stealing $30G

“Any public money that was received by the school was used only for the benefit of students and teachers,” Mazurek said. “Not one cent of public money was used for anyone’s private interests.”

Porges was released on a $500,000 bond, which had been arranged back when he was arrested in May.

Lowy was arrested Thursday and released on $200,000 bond. His lawyer, Marc Agnifilo, said his client “is going to fight the charges.”

Acting Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Bridget Rohde said the pair undermined “a program designed to assist the most vulnerable members of our community.”