Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Jews were once called "undesirable" and "un-American," language that recalls a remark President Trump reportedly used during a meeting on immigration.
A community that welcomed the release of one of its own should partner with other groups to improve our justice system, writes the head of an Orthodox outreach congregation in New York.
Monicka Schaefer is known for posting a YouTube video in 2016 in which she called the Holocaust the most "persistent lie in all of history."
The "Fire and Fury" author equivocates on whether the president is anti-Semitic.
Delphine Horvilleur said the city may also become the capital of a Palestinian state, unleashing a torrent of hate speech against her by other Jews.
Jason Greenblatt is a great listener. But does he have a plan that will make the Israelis, the Palestinians and his boss, President Trump, listen?
People close to Steve Bannon say Paul Nehlen has "disqualified himself" because of his anti-Semitic rhetoric.
"I felt the need to speak up, even though it might affect my standing in the community in several ways," writes the director of Greater Portland Hillel.
They bring a deep connection to the Jewish state and an ability to think outside the box, says a co-founder of the Israeli-American Council.
The president recognized the obvious, and we should have welcomed it, says the senior rabbi at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York.


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