Monday, October 16, 2017
The White House chief of staff referred to an Israeli 'occupation' today in comments to a left-leaning Jewish organization.
A bipartisan collection of eight U.S. lawmakers created a new task force aimed at combating the growing levels of anti-Semitism around the world.
Ted Cruz officially announced his campaign for US president, in a speech that touched on Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu and Iran.
Major networks declined to run an ad from a bipartisan group of former senators warning of the seriousness of an Iranian nuclear bomb threat.
Barack Obama said a yearlong extension of sanctions on Iran is still merited.
A non-Jewish man has torn down a swastika display outside a home in Sacramento.
Massachusetts officials approved a resolution condemning anti-Semitism and calling for expanded anti-bias and Holocaust education.
Minister Louis Farrakhan devoted a large portion of his annual address to followers in Chicago to the myth that Jews were responsible for 9/11.
Jewish advocacy group the Anti-Defamation League said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress was a clear and passionate appeal.
Netanyahu's historic speech before Congress today focused solely on Iran's nuclear program, as the White House primes for a possible sanctions easing.


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