The synagogue argued that abortion is required "in Jewish law" if necessary "to protect the health, mental or physical well-being of the woman."
The synagogue said in a lawsuit that abortion "is required if necessary to protect the health, mental or physical well-being of the woman."
The poster offered a solution for what someone should do should they see someone in the restroom they don't think matches the sign on the door.
"I understand it's better to leave," Rabbi Jonathan Markovitch said before the invasion, "but we are not leaving, we are staying."
The FBI said that Henry "Michael" Williams sold Malik Faisal Akram "a machine gun or a weapon that contains a large number of bullets."
The suspect, Shahid Hussain, was found allegedly wearing a fake Hitler mustache and doing a Nazi salute in a Facebook post.
The suspect was previously convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and attempted possession of a controlled substance.
The FBI had previously called the hostage situation "a terrorism-related matter" that targeted the Jewish community.
"I am so sorry that you had to endure this tragedy," Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker said in an interview. "It's horrible for all of us."
Preet Bharara said Aafia Siddiqui, who was convicted of terrorism charges in 2010, has attracted sympathizers, some of whom are violent.
British authorities have two teenage boys in custody and are trying to determine how much they knew about their father's plan to take a Texas synagogue hostage.
As recently as 2020, U.K. intelligence investigated the man who took four people hostage in a synagogue, but he was still able to travel freely to the U.S.
The dots are not too difficult to connect.
The Biden White House did not send the right message, to say the least, when it announced last month that it was delaying and downgrading rule-making on combating antisemitism to a "long-term action."
Police said the teenagers were being questioned after an incident at a synagogue in Colleyville ended with an armed British national dead.
The 44-year-old allegedly purchased weapons on the street after landing in the U.S. earlier this month.
The rabbi was among three hostages when the explosion and gunfire took place in Colleyville.
The man allegedly went on several profanity-laced rants while holding the victims hostage.
Along with the sun setting, the conclusion of Yom Kippur is marked by a long shofar blast at the end of services.
The president made the claim during Thursday remarks to Jewish leaders ahead of the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
While Jewish people represent less than 2 percent of the U.S. population, they represent nearly 60 percent of religious-based hate crimes in 2019.
New York City's mayor has promised that police will be out "in force in Jewish communities to protect people" amid an uptick in antisemitic attacks.
Police are treating the vandalism as a hate crime.
The NYPD is working to identify the suspect in the video but said the individual is wanted for questioning in regard to "multiple acts of criminal mischief that occurred within the confines of the 50th Precinct within the last week."
Police are investigating the vandalism of the Temple Beth Shalom building and a Holocaust memorial in Spokane as a hate crime.
New York has recently seen a string of weekend raids by local authorities, as secret events and clubs continue to disregard pandemic regulations.
The incident is still ongoing with at least one shooter still believed to be at large.
The American people deserve a prompt Supreme Court confirmation process.
Rabbi Scott Kramer of the Montgomery, Alabama synagogue Agudath Israel Etz Ahayem said that the attackers screamed, "F*** Jews" and "go back to the showers."