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Vandals smashed the windows of a Brooklyn synagogue during Rosh Hashanah prayers this week and police said that a Jewish woman reported being harassed in a separate incident during the holiday as well.

Two females were apparently caught on video throwing milk crates at the Rivnitz synagogue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Monday afternoon, the first full day of the two-day holiday. Police were searching for two females who were seen in the video, according to WPIX-TV.

“This is a shocking act of hate,” Mayor Bill de Blasio wrote on Twitter. “We WILL find the perpetrators and hold them responsible.”

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The terrorist accused of killing an Israeli teen by planting a bomb at a popular hiking spot worked for a European-funded NGO that has ties to BDS, according to an Israeli organization.

NGO Monitor reported on Wednesday that Samer Arbid, a leader of a Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terrorist cell, was listed as an accountant for Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association, an NGO that represents Palestinians detained in Israel.

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Ron Cantor shares on the fear of the Lord and Revival. We say we want revival, but when God draws close, the results can be fatal. Look at Lev. 10 and 1 Sam. 6. People died because they did not discern the holiness of God. Also in the New Testament. In the midst of Revival just a small lie was fatal to Ananias and Sapphira.

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Israel’s storied rhythmic gymnast has increased her medal collection after winning a silver and a bronze at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Azerbaijan this week.

Linoy Ashram earned a silver medal on Tuesday in the hoop event while her teammate Nicol Zelikman finished fourth. 

This was Ashram’s fourth world championship medal on an individual apparatus. The 20-year-old Ashram won bronze in the ball competition. The Israeli has won medals in all of the world championships since the Rio Olympics in 2016 and is hoping to earn medals at next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo. 

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