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    “Hate Blogs Are Killing Us”

    The Rabbonim's letter was not about bochurim getting summons, rather about "hate blogs" spreading lies about a constant rift between the community and the police, Zaki Tamir tells COLlive. Full Story, Video

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    Zaki
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    Zaki

    Keep up the good work, your sincere, honest and trustworthy, don’t allow the bloggers and haters to pull you down.

    zaki
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    zaki

    Keep up the great work!

    Pointless
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    Pointless

    Those who care to listen to the Rabonim never have issues with the Police so if it happens that they do they will probably go to the community council, those who have issues won’t listen anyway, they now have more people to hate.
    This edict was pointless and just brings the Rabonim bad PR, and that’s all they need.

    Thank you Zaki!
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    Thank you Zaki!

    Its about time someone independent brings out this point.

    kingston resident !!!
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    kingston resident !!!

    I’m sorry to say but shomrim had there chance to join as one with shmira (when the cop program opened). And what did they answer NO we will never go with shmira and make peace we will take down crown heights before that happeneds , while on shmira side even thow they don’t get alomg they said for crown heights safety we will do anything , I remember once seeing the shmira corrdinator yanky prager saying I want this fights to stop and I tried to sit withthem in front of a rov and they said no and they massered… Read more »

    resident
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    resident

    i support zaki not cohen!! he was not on the ballot why is his face in every pircture!!

    agree
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    agree

    enough with shmira and shomrim they should both be stopped!! as long as you go with one there will always be hatred

    Understand Z Tamir
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    Understand Z Tamir

    It is so sad that there are so many people willing to volunteer and offer their time but because of ALL THE HATRED BLOGS this can not happen. Tamir you have the ability to stop them and continue doing the work that you are doing.

    Tamir is right
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    Tamir is right

    We need to stick together. We are one community.

    Achdus
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    Achdus

    It’s a chillul lubavitch, mosh embarasing.

    Response
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    Response

    Thank you for the response.

    Unfortunately what your saying the letter was meant to address and the wording of the letter only partially overlap. The part that doesn’t overlap puts a huge strain on the community and will certainly make people over an issur when there is no reason to do so.

    How about working to get Shomrim back on good terms with the police department?

    ZAKI WELL SAID
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    ZAKI WELL SAID

    FINALLY A VAAD MEMBER WHO CARES, WHO LOOKS AND SPEAK PROPERLY. ELI COHEN WHATS WITH THE HAT? MINCHA?

    be done with
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    be done with

    your right zaki-thee is no way to bring these 2 groups together because one group has no intention of bringing peace and unity in CH.So thats what you need to deal with formost.

    Not buying it!
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    Not buying it!

    1)Sorry to say, you guys sounds like you kissing up to someone. i.e. damage control. 2)You guys have a good points,all the hate will not help us fix any problem. we need unity within our community. However, what do you expect ,when you fail to do your job. Zaki, you where elected to represent us but when we need the most you are help you are no where to be found. i.e. not answering phone calls or text. 3) We all know that we need the police to protect us and how important there job is to the community .… Read more »

    Zaki For Change
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    Zaki For Change

    I really had my doubts but after watching the whole video I can see this from a whole other perspective.

    Goodness
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    Goodness

    Devorim Hayotzim Min Halev Nichnosim El Halev

    I see the both of you as sincere individuals dedicated to bettering the lives of people in our community.
    I hope that others recognize your good intentions and trust your position as community leaders so that we can move forward toward more peaceful times.

    This will in turn bring good in every sense through G-d’s blessing onto our community

    Transparent
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    Transparent

    Why don’t you come out every month with a message from the Community Council about your achievements of the past month and your goals for the next month and the CHJCC’s opinion on current issues?
    Are we not entitled to it?

    To #6
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    To #6

    If you support Zaki, you support Cohen. He was not on the ballot, however he is the Executive Director. He supports Zaki and is working with him to achieve the results Zaki wants. STOP WITH THE HATE. If you are not going to be a part of the solution at least don’t be a part of the problem of spreading hard feelings. I am concerned, does anyone here in Crown Heights believe really in G-d?

    Soooo, why didn’t you help the 3 Bocherim?
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    Soooo, why didn’t you help the 3 Bocherim?

    If Zaki and Eli Cohen would have helped out those Bocherim when they got abused by the cops, I would respect their wishes, but until we see some results we will continue fighting back and complaining to 311 and launching investigations into the 71st precinct.

    Comment
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    Comment

    I’m not one of those people who love to complain about how terrible Crown Heights is. In fact, I was not raised here, and I chose to move here, and start a family here. I was married here, and I send my children to schools here. I know Crown Heights has its flaws, but this is my home, and this is where I choose to be. Crown Heights is a special place and I strongly believe the Bracha of the Rebbe is strong here. Something I know we all believe. It’s with all that said that I am so saddened… Read more »

    To # 6
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    To # 6

    Cohen was hired to work for the vaad and he is doing a good job!

    Zaki, keep up the GREAT work!

    Apparently you didn't read the letter.
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    Apparently you didn't read the letter.

    The letter reads “No one shall…” “No one may…” “It is forbidden…” Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like they are telling us what to do, not suggesting for our own good. Why use this language, you only make yourselves look like control freaks, not like people who want to help the community, you are unpopular enough, why add to it? I suggest that you stop treating the community as irrelevant subjects and engage them and keep them ALL of us in the know with regards to the community councils activities, plans, accomplishments etc. And by the way, why… Read more »

    He's right
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    He's right

    No more fighting

    revenge
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    revenge

    sounds like Zaki is saying that Shomrim is trying to take revenge on the community for not backing them. So much for them having the community welfare at heart.

    Where is Yisroel Shemtov?!
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    Where is Yisroel Shemtov?!

    It is time to disband both the Shmira and Shomrim, and to leave COP (in my humble opinion, any time a group of our yungerlite hang around t and are buddy buddy’s with the cops it is not a good idea, it makes it too easy to slip up and do Messira). We need a new 3rd way; we need someone like Yisroel Shemtov to form a new/old group like the Maccabies. All members from the other 3 groups should be invited to join, except for the Hershkops, Pragers and the leaders of the old groups. Let’s thank them for… Read more »

    Transparency
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    Transparency

    How about some kind of weekly update (on community affairs) to let the community know whats going on and possibly prevent the need for such letters and their effects in the future?

    Seeing that things are happening will also help restore peoples trust in the Vaak Hakahol and the CHJCC.

    Eli Cohen's mistake
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    Eli Cohen's mistake

    the mistake is to under play the crime that exist. say clearly that “big” crime is down, but “small” crime is up.
    let us know your dealing with it and we’ll be a little happier

    one disagreement
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    one disagreement

    one point that cannot be right here is when Zaki said both sides of a fight are wrong.This is not alwaays the case and MOST certainly not in this incidence where one party seems insistent on keeping the peace far away as long as they hold the most power and control.This is quite sad as I thought Zaki would be honest and do the “right”thing as opposed to trying to keep everyone “sweet”Zaki you have a responsibility to the community to bring about a new beginning…so perhaps bring a vote to the community and see who the community want to… Read more »

    Apropos of readers' comments
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    Apropos of readers' comments

    No offense intended, but could those posting comments please check their spelling before posting their comments? The spelling is often a (not so) fine example of “Noach mit zeebn greizin.” Checking one’s spelling doesn’t make one a bad person, y’know, especially if you’re already on the internet .

    interesting message
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    interesting message

    It would be a good idea to read a letter before issuing it, to ensure it has the message that you are trying to convey, not Chas Vesholom a message that could violate victim’s rights.

    sogestion
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    sogestion

    maybe the comuniti concial shuld make a new shmire and give any valuntire a chance to sighn on and a commiti will decide an those members what their roll will be

    i am shaking
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    i am shaking

    Gd forbid something happens
    Gd forbid
    wont have to think far to understand why

    we the jewish ppl are supposed to be spreading light
    we have a spiritual purpose in the world
    what does it take to wake everyone up

    i am shaking

    LARRY
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    LARRY

    i DONT CARE HOW IS RIGHT OR WRONG BUT SUCKING UP NEVER WORKED AND IF THEIR IS WRONG DOING BUY THE POLICE THEYE SHOULD PAY JUST LIKE I HAVE TO PAY FOR MY MISTAKES.

    confused
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    confused

    The letter that was issued seemed to indicate a very different ruling.

    Still, assuming that this is your message, don’t you think the community members are able to decide for themselves what they need to do when they are victims? This is America, and the police are here to protect us, we don’t need to manage our residents from protecting themselves when they need to.

    Kudos to Zaki
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    Kudos to Zaki

    Not my first choice, but this man seems to be the right one for the job. Articulate, passionate – he cares about Crown Heights.

    This is the first time I have heard the issue addressed forcefully. Keep it up. We need to hold down the arms and bring in the achdus.

    stop hating!!!
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    stop hating!!!

    Stop hating and allow Zaki accomplish what he wants to accomplish.

    Enough is enough
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    Enough is enough

    Why are we driven by complacency. Can we not move on? We need to join hands and push for a better future. I respect Tamir and Cohen for their efforts.

    no one else can get their act together other than Z tamar
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    no one else can get their act together other than Z tamar

    all those smart people with brilliant comments let us see how you can run the community. Be thankful hakadosh baruch hu sent us Zaki to help our community.

    IGNORE HATERS
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    IGNORE HATERS

    Zaki please ignore the haters so you can better the community.

    Zaki is right, BUT.....
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    Zaki is right, BUT.....

    Hats off to your honesty, commitment and sincerity in bringing peace and security to this community…. BUT: Let’s not give the PD awards and gratitude, without clearly expressing to them the overwhelmingly felt mutual opinion of majority of the community that, we feel that the police are somehow much faster to give out parking tickets etc. to fill their quota, they are always in the right place in the right time when it comes to catching a ticket victim, AND MUCH SLOWER to be in the right place at the right time when unfortunately the victim is one of violence… Read more »

    #19
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    #19

    Tamir and Eli Cohen, Executive director of the Crown “Heights Jewish Community Council, both noted that in the case of 3 bochurim getting summons for ‘blocking pedestrian traffic’, they actually helped them out with finding an attorney and pursuing justice.”

    ZAKI TAMIR for President
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    ZAKI TAMIR for President

    Well said. The more I hear of him the more I am confident that BE”H Zaki Tamir is sincere. Let’s all work together.

    2 statements
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    2 statements

    It seems like Zaki is saying not to make statements that might be taken as a community opinion and lets handle the infighting within the community. This makes alot of sense.

    But Eli Cohen seems to be saying that anything negative that you say about the police can hurt their ability to get favors from the police so don’t say anything negative to the media, just like is written in the letter from the Rabbonim.

    Zaki is the Man!
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    Zaki is the Man!

    Whoa!!!! Nice article. We should all support Zaki Tamir. He is a sincere person who actually cares and is doing something about it. At the very least, if you don’t actually do something productive to help, don’t hurt Zaki’s efforts to execute change.

    Rabbi Zaki Tamir, you go man
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    Rabbi Zaki Tamir, you go man

    What a breath of fresh air. Someone who is ACTUALLY doing something. WHY? Only because he cares about the Rebbe’s Shchuna. No other reason. B”H he has a successful law firm and he is a phenomenal defense attorney who gets results for his clients. Folks, this guy cares for us. He is a keeper. Let’s help him help us. Let’s not be stupid and bite our nose to spite our face. Peace.

    to # 5
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    to # 5

    You are so rite , I think all the hershkops got to go , I ask all you people that are commenting here do you like the hershkops do you support them on the bad that they do if yes then you also got to get out of the CH , I know thaty shmira is always rolling in the middle of the night. Trying to keep crown heights safe , do u ever see shomrim doing that NO , what u see them is look what they can find bad on someone , well to the whole crown heights… Read more »

    CHJCC Newsletter
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    CHJCC Newsletter

    I heard the CHJCC is coming out with a newsletter. Zaki Tamir has his finger on the pulse of this community. We are Lubavitchers. Remember, we love everyone. Let’s love our own too. Let’s focus on the same interests and compromise for greater good of the community. A new era has begun. Let us bury the hatchet and rebuild and heal.

    lubab
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    lubab

    please dont use words like “killing” its a scary enough world out there

    It's TAMIR time
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    It's TAMIR time

    We are ushering in a new era. Tamir is willing to work hard to again bring transparency, peace and love to the Rebbe’s community and children. We need to help…… No hatred, just love. No fighting, just peace. No aggression, just tolerance. We can do it. Let’s support this brilliant, well spoken, sincere, peace loving man. For our sake.

    mmb
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    mmb

    This community is like a spoiled child, it needs a slap across the face as a wake up call. The Rebbe is gone, the cream of our crop is out of CH on shlichus, what’s left is machlokes makers, period.

    another circus
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    another circus

    just another act to the crown height circus!

    zaki, why are you confusing the issue?
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    zaki, why are you confusing the issue?

    Why do you try and make it sound like both side are wrong when it is so obviously not so. The shomrim are wrong. While they may have done some good in the past, they are and have been hurting this community for the longest time now. their messira and sinas chinum has no limits. there are not 4 groups. COP and Shmira work together as one and are in contact and working hand in hand with the NYPD on a daily basis. The Shmira patrol cars are seen patrolling the streets of our neighborhood at all hours of the… Read more »

    to 39
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    to 39

    Yes. Ignore the haters. The more attention given, the more legitimacy they get. But it wouldn’t hurt if they were shut down.

    g-d bless you
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    g-d bless you

    I respect Tamir and Cohen for their efforts.

    To everyone including #41
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    To everyone including #41

    They did ‘help’ the bochurim in a sense. Eli Cohen offered the bochurim a friend of his who is a lawyer to represent them for 500 dollars (good deal, don’t you think?). And he told them to keep the story quiet, and let the justice system take care of itself. Wow, what great assistance. -Chaim G. (I heard this first hand)

    Finally someone with guts
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    Finally someone with guts

    Lets make it clear! it’s NOT about Shmira and Shomrim! It’s about shomrim and anyone that has a different opinion. If you disagree with them as most Lubavitch does you’re subject to terrorism both physical and mental. Through their umbrella sites all they can report is accidents and fights.

    basics!
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    basics!

    why are they giving them any positive attention
    they are only working for there own agenda

    Dear Zaki
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    Dear Zaki

    I agree with what you’ve said, but not with your presentation. You could have done this in a 7 minute video more effectively if you’d prepared a little better.

    Thanks anyway, at least you’re doing something!

    sinas chinum
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    sinas chinum

    We have a cancer in our midst and that is SINAS CHINUM
    It needs to be eradicated immediatly

    the rabbanim's letter
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    the rabbanim's letter

    All the explanations are very nice but the badatz letter speaks for itself .Most people consider it ridiculous and communistic. Did they not know that the letter will be published all over causing a chillul hashem?. They should have wrote a more moderate & thoughtout letter.

    so the truth comes out...
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    so the truth comes out...

    So the letter wasn’t what the press made it out to be …what a surprise…NOT

    I for one am sick of the lies being spread.
    Zaki your a good man.

    mafia?
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    mafia?

    As an outsider I don’t understand how a community can be held to ransom by a pathetic family committed to destruction. Back in the day when I lived in Crown Heights, 10 of us would have physically carried them out of the community and dumped them hundreds of miles away with a simple threat: “You return at your peril.” I could think of the other nine guys who would join me. Now we are all on shlichus and you let a menacing band of men take you all hostage? How absurd is that? In the meantime needing Rabbonim to write… Read more »

    GREAT JOB!
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    GREAT JOB!

    excellent. well spoken

    scrap them both start anew
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    scrap them both start anew

    what is needed is to scrap them both start fresh all members should be professionally trained & licensed which requires background checks.I will wager that at least half of each patrol would fail the criminal back ground checks. Yes that is what we have 2 gangs of thugs & do nothings.As for the 71 pct civilian patrol It is mostly a extension of the Shmirah gang of thugs!

    We support you, Zaki
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    We support you, Zaki

    Thank you Zaki for having the guts to say it like it is and stand up for our community. Us regular folks just want all this to stop so we can focus on the important issues, such as cracking down on crime in our neighborhood.
    In Williamsburg the community police liaison IS the head of shomrim! They work with the police, not against them!
    Only in our crazy neighborhood would you find a comm. patrol who proudly says they are fighting the police
    its just madness that we put up with it…

    I don't understand...
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    I don't understand...

    If shmira is so good, and shomrim is all bad, why do people regularly call Shomrim when there is an assault or attack or mugging, etc? Why do I keep reading articles saying how shomrim members responded quickly and came to the scene and helped? Seems to me- an outsider living in a different continent- that Shomrim does good for the residents of crown heights. Don’t want to cause problems here, just want to understand.

    GO>>>>>ZAKI <<<<<<<GO [tamir for president!!!]
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    GO>>>>>ZAKI <<<<<<

    and for all dem haters out there,
    WATCH THE WAY U RUN YO MOUTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Do we live in a police state?
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    Do we live in a police state?

    In a democracy one should be able to criticize the police without fear of collective punishment being visited upon the community. We have a constitutional right to open our mouths and say what we want, and still expect the police to fulfill their duties fairly, if they don’t we should make a communal lawsuit and sue them for discrimination and damages. By definition, if we are afraid of the police then we live in a police state, not a democracy. And #41 speak to the bocherim themselves and you will find that the first reaction was to brush them off,… Read more »

    He is right
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    He is right

    Zaki is absolutely right in every thing he said. The one who says the opposite is a baal machlokes.

    3 Weeks and 25 minutes?
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    3 Weeks and 25 minutes?

    If they really spent 3 weeks to write the letter, they should have found a way to make the letter sound like what they wanted to say. I did not see anywhere in the letter where it mentioned the words “on behalf of the community” Also, nice talk here but again, you probably could have said in five minutes “do not try to represent the community if you are not in charge”. Lastly, this is something that should be directed specifically to the police so they know that the only ones who can speak on behalf of the public are… Read more »

    Joke
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    Joke

    Seriously? If you didn’t want a tough job, why did you run for office? What did you expect?

    I was given a bogus ticket on Shabbos
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    I was given a bogus ticket on Shabbos

    For an “improperly displayed license plate.” It was in place, clearly readable, just bent at a corner from some car backing in to me over Shabbos! I’m fighting it, along with a ticket that I was given at a place I have never been (that one is more problematic.) If the cops worry less about making things up & more about Blacks shooting at Jews we’d all be OK. Tamir, stop worrying about blogs. Do your job with integrity! It says a lot about this “hate blog” that they manage to get you all fired up. Certainly abuses by the… Read more »

    listen to the Rabbis
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    listen to the Rabbis

    history has shown that hashem blesses us when we follow the way instructed by our Rabbis, a little bitul never killed anyone

    nonsense
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    nonsense

    you r saying that u can’t do your job and that the police can’t do their job because of a hate blog? do u think we r nuts? r u such wimps? the police can’t fight crime because of a hate blog? the police must abuse citizens because of a hate blog? r they not bigger than that? it sounds like a lousy excuse not to do your job. even worse, it sounds like a common liberal/communist excuse to gag all opponents…

    To #74
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    To #74

    Best post!

    More excuses and defensiveness
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    More excuses and defensiveness

    from Z.Tamir, who should know better. People are not as stupid and gullible as you seem to imply, with your transparent attempt at damage control. Most Crown Heights folk are just busy with the grind of daily life, like everyone else. We are counting on you, as a duly elected community representative, to see that the police respond to our concerns, effectively and legitimately.
    Instead, we get damage control, placating the police, hobnobbing with trouble makers. For shame! You can do better.

    #62
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    #62

    #62 is so correct and right on the money!

    One side can be right in a fight
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    One side can be right in a fight

    I totally disagree with Zaki assertion that if 2 people are in fight than they are both somehow to blame. Was Moshe to blame for Korech starting up with him. Kavoyocho was the Rebbe to blame when shach made a fight with him. Maybe someone is right.

    how come.
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    how come.

    the only story this cohen dude was able to bring to prove our “gr8” relationship with the police was A STORY FROM LAST YEAR CHANUKAH????? was there nothing good they did in the last whole year?????

    To shomrim and shmira;
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    To shomrim and shmira;

    You might have good intentions but harm is even greater. Time to unite or shut down – or move to another place!

    there is no use for your protection if crime is anyways up and your time is spent on massering about each other

    Zaki rocks
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    Zaki rocks

    people,
    Zaki is doing his best to get all this conflict resolved. Let’s do our job so he can do his.

    Ahavas Chinam!!!
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    Ahavas Chinam!!!

    Zaki is 100% right…If you don’t have any other agendas it’s pretty obvious that Zaki cares for the community just because he wants the best for it…

    Well said Zaki
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    Well said Zaki

    This needs to be resolved

    Why keep going in circles?
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    Why keep going in circles?

    If the CHJCC is really doing it’s best to solve the crime issue- they are discussing, compromising and giving awards to the police and not getting results, then the obvious move is to go outside these confines and contact other government officials to address our concerns and make any departmental changes.

    stop the fighting
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    stop the fighting

    Why do you try and make it sound like both side are wrong when it is so obviously not so. The SHMIRAH are wrong. While they may have done some good they are and have been hurting this community for the longest time now. their messira and sinas chinum has no limits. there are not 4 groups. COP and Shomrim aslways have worked together as one and are in contact and working hand in hand with the NYPD on a daily basis. The Shhomrim patrol cars are seen patrolling the streets of our neighborhood at all hours of the day… Read more »

    To #3
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    To #3

    Your comment is naive and a gross generalization. People who listen to the Rabbonim have also unfortunately been victims of crimes which were not addressed properly by the police.

    Zaki Tamir Way to Go
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    Zaki Tamir Way to Go

    I am so happy you were voted in. I didn’t vote for you and boy do I feel bad. Next election I will be the first one on line with all my friends and colleagues. What a mentsch. You really care wow. You are so well spoken and pleasure to hear. you have our support. Chazak V’ematz.

    achdus now
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    achdus now
    I think we have to work on Achdus
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    I think we have to work on Achdus

    Its time to have a central base like Hatzalah for everyone in our schuna who wants to volunteer to patrol should be able to join;and of course with certain guidelines and training. The police certainly need our help. Also it probablywould be a good idea to have volunteers who are home during the day and evening to rotate and watch our blocks(block watchers). Crime in our community is certainly up and we should see to it that a positive change comes about. No one should sit in judgement of any groups, let us try to bring everyone together for the… Read more »

    ATT: #62
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    ATT: #62

    Please, why don’t you let us know who you are – Certain shluchim in various countries internationally have to deal with violent situations on a daily basis, I hope you are not one of them so that such a tough shliach was not wasted on a relatively calm place; but I digress – Please let us know who you are, I would like to sponsor a ticket for you so that you can come in and carry these terrible people so far, far away. (I think I can put together funds for up to ten other shluchim friends as well,… Read more »

    #85 well said
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    #85 well said

    #85 well said. zakie dont be so naive.

    I think Everyone is way off point.
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    I think Everyone is way off point.

    I’m not going to even touch the subject of who is to blame, But rather that the complaint crown heights residents had the past few years was that the 2 rabbi’s are always fighting, Yet here came zaki and got them to agree and sign the same document and suddenly the community doesn’t care what the rabbi’s have to say, Just a reminder that during the questionable election the one candidate that did listen to the rabbi’s and pulled out of the race was zaki, all he is asking is that we as a community follow the psak of the… Read more »

    ZAKI WE BACK YOU 100%
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    ZAKI WE BACK YOU 100%

    ZAKI WE BACK YOU 100%

    grow up and think of the big picture.. 10 years of fighting is enough..

    I have a clearer picture now
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    I have a clearer picture now

    I feel more secure that there is united responsible leadership here that knows what’s going on behind the scenes and is directing us accordingly. It actually makes me feel secure to get a strong letter like that signed by the Rabbonim.

     GO ZAKI!!!
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    GO ZAKI!!!

    this is a clear message of what we all want and need now more than ever

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