The mother of an 11-year-old Miami Beach girl who was allegedly molested by a substitute Rabbi is speaking out for the first time, saying she is “shocked and hurt.”
Concern is growing in a Northeast Miami-Dade community after a rabbi was gunned down while walking to temple in the Sabbath.
Miami-Dade Police held a news conference Monday morning regarding the murder of an Orthodox rabbi who was shot as he walked to temple Saturday morning. At the same time, police are also investigating symbols of hate which were found scrawled on an SUV owned by the wife of a South Florida rabbi.
A South Florida rabbi made an appearance in court Tuesday answering to charges that he filed false insurance claims netting his thousands of dollars.
On Sunday night, worshippers at Beth David, Miami’s oldest Jewish congregation, will mark the 100th Rosh Hashanah (Jewish new year) celebrated at the Jewish institution.
It’s probably no longer a stretch to say the media overload we wade through each day of the Information Age can begin to eat away at the soul. In fact, some rabbis in Israel believe that’s actually the case.