Bomb Threat at ADL National HQ in NY

The Anti-Defamation League’s national headquarters in NY on Wednesday was hit with an anonymous bomb threat.New York City Patch reported that the threat to the ADL’s Manhattan headquarters was called in at about 11:08 a.m. February 22, according to police. Greenblatt told that Atlantic that he was unsure if the bomb threat was connected to the recent spat of anti-Semitic threats but added that the organization was working with authorities. “We are treating these incidents for what they are – as crimes – and we will not allow them to go unpunished”, Cuomo said. Microsoft Releases KB4010250 to Patch Flash Player Vulnerabilities
The bug in question, noticed by Googler Mateusz Jurczyk, allows the hacker to gain access to the memory using EMF metafiles. Nonetheless, Microsoft still needs to act soon to beat the development of any advanced exploits that may happen anytime. Gov. Andrew Cuomo, whose office is up the block, has directed state police to investigate the threat.Among other things, Jewish Community Centers and synagogues have been on the receiving ends of several bomb threats, and Jewish graveyards have been targeted for vandalism. The San Diego police department swept the building, and fund no explosives.On Tuesday, the Lawrence Family JCC in La Jolla, in the San Diego area, was also evacuated due to a bomb threat sent by email. In total, there have been 68 threats in the United States and another one in Canada in 2017 alone. French expats go mad for Macron as would-be president visits London
Hariri Monday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was a “more reassuring option” to govern Syria than the Islamic State. Ms Le Pen said: “I clearly explained that in the political picture the least bad option is the politically realistic”. And between 180 and 200 headstones were recently vandalized in a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis, Missouri.President Donald Trump on Tuesday issued his first public condemnation of anti-Semitic incidents across the us following the wave of threats, which included vandalism of about 170 headstones in a Jewish cemetery. However, he said the organization is “taking it very seriously”. On Monday, 11 Jewish community centers across the country were evacuated after bomb threats were called in the fourth major wave of such threats in five weeks. Saudi Aramco Ditches Asia, Aims For New York IPO
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