Sunday, August 25, 2019
Manhattan awarded $218.5 million to US victims of 6 terror attacks in Israel between 2002 and 2004 carried out by the Palestine Liberation Organization.
American Jews’ approval of President Barack Obama has dropped 23 percentage points since 2009.
A strong majority of Americans believe that Iran is not likely to uphold the rules of the framework nuclear deal announced on April 2, a survey found.
A coalition of human rights and civil rights organizations from the US joined in denouncing the decision to honor Balint Homan, a notorious anti-Semite.
The US responded today to comments from the supreme leader of Iran, who called Israelis “rabid dogs” this week.
Last night’s Olympic gold medal for an American ice dancing duo brought one more honor for the Jewish contingent.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was heckled and some worshippers walked out during his speech at a New York City synagogue’s Shabbat services.
Pollard, who was arrested in 1985 for selling US secrets to Israel, was released after 30 years in prison.
Kanye West defended President Barack Obama against critics, explaining that the black president lacked the connections of the Jewish community.
A 25 year-old Jewish man in Brooklyn was stabbed; ADL has offered a $5000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator.


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