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Yaakov Applegrad

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Yeshiva University

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Yeshiva University

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New York City, New York,10003

United States

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Now in its second century, Yeshiva University is ranked in the top tier of American National Research Universities. It embraces the heritage of the best of western civilization, along with the ancient traditions of Jewish law and life. Yeshiva University 's un...more

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As Pressure On Hynes Builds, New Revelations Of Rabbis' Intimidation

survivorsforjustice.org [cached]

A prominent Brooklyn rabbi and Yaakov Applegrad, an administrator at Yeshiva Torah Temimah, the school parents were suing, asked the parents to a meeting - without their lawyer.
After pleading with the couple to drop the suit, Applegrad and the rabbi turned up the heat and played the card they hoped would resonate powerfully with religious Jews: they compared the parents to Nazis for attempting to "bankrupt" the yeshiva.


www.21pronto.com

A prominent Brooklyn rabbi and Yaakov Applegrad, an administrator at Yeshiva Torah Temimah, the school parents were suing, asked the parents to a meeting without their lawyer.
After pleading with the couple to drop the suit, Applegrad and the rabbi turned up the heat and played the card they hoped would resonate powerfully with religious Jews: they compared the parents to Nazis for attempting to bankrupt the yeshiva.


Case of Rabbi Yehuda Kolko (AKA: Joel Kolko, Rabbi Yudi Kolko) - Yeshiva Torah Temimah (New York, NY)

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July 2006 - Over the vocal protest of many residents and with the help of his friend Rabbi Yaakov Applegrad, Rabbi Yehuda Kolko takes up summer residence at a home in Regency Estates in the Catskills.Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said Kolko was no longer working there. "At no time did the Yeshiva have any knowledge of anything alleged against Rabbi Kolko," said Rabbi Applegrad.Applegrad refused to answer questions, on advice of his lawyer, because a $10 million lawsuit has also been filed against the school, claiming the Yeshiva protected Rabbi Kolko and failed to protect the first grader from sexual abuse and what the lawsuit claims were "lewd and lascivious acts," despite knowing the rabbi's "dangerous propensities." "If something did happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle the matter appropriately," Rabbi Applegrad said. The child, who is now 9, was a student at Yeshiva-Mesivta Torah Temimahon Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn, but the executive director of the yeshiva, Rabbi Yaakov Applegrad, denied any wrongdoing on the part of the school. "At no time did the yeshiva know of anything alleged against Rabbi Kolko, nor did any parent come forward with a complaint," Applegrad said. In a radio interview yesterday on WINS-AM 1010, Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said, "If something did indeed happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle it appropriately." Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said Kolko was no longer working there. "If something did indeed happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle it appropriately," Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said in a radio interview. Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the yeshiva, told 1010 WINS radio, "If something did indeed happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle it appropriately."


Case of Rabbi Yehuda Kolko (AKA: Joel Kolko, Rabbi Yudi Kolko) - Yeshiva Torah Temimah (New York, NY)

www.theawarenesscenter.org [cached]

July 2006 – Over the vocal protest of many residents and with the help of his friend Rabbi Yaakov Applegrad, Rabbi Yehuda Kolko takes up summer residence at a home in Regency Estates in the Catskills.
Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said Kolko was no longer working there. When word of these allegations of sexual abuse first surfaced last May, Rabbi Yaakov Applegrad, the executive director of the Yeshiva, said Kolko, 60, was asked to leave. "At no time did the Yeshiva have any knowledge of anything alleged against Rabbi Kolko," said Rabbi Applegrad. "Nor did any parent ever raise a complaint against Rabbi Kolko." Applegrad refused to answer questions, on advice of his lawyer, because a $10 million lawsuit has also been filed against the school, claiming the Yeshiva protected Rabbi Kolko and failed to protect the first grader from sexual abuse and what the lawsuit claims were "lewd and lascivious acts," despite knowing the rabbi's "dangerous propensities." "If something did happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle the matter appropriately," Rabbi Applegrad said. The child, who is now 9, was a student at Yeshiva-Mesivta Torah Temimahon Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn, but the executive director of the yeshiva, Rabbi Yaakov Applegrad, denied any wrongdoing on the part of the school. "At no time did the yeshiva know of anything alleged against Rabbi Kolko, nor did any parent come forward with a complaint," Applegrad said. In a radio interview yesterday on WINS-AM 1010, Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said, "If something did indeed happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle it appropriately." Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said Kolko was no longer working there. "If something did indeed happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle it appropriately," Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the school, said in a radio interview. Yaakov Applegrad, executive director of the yeshiva, told 1010 WINS radio, "If something did indeed happen, we sympathize with the child and are confident that the judicial system will handle it appropriately.


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Executive Director: Yaakov Applegrad
Torah Temimah Talmudical Seminary Street Address 507 Ocean Pky Brooklyn, NY 11218


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