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.

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.


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.”

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.