Friday, August 18, 2017
Roger Deneys later apologized for writing on Facebook that haredi Jews "prevent peace in Palestine.”
The online reservations giant told a spokesman for the Simon Wiesenthal Center that "we do not tolerate discrimination of any kind."
The vice president said he prayed in memory of the 114 victims of Buenos Aires attacks in the 1990s.
Emma's Torch, named for Emma Lazarus, trains newcomers to work in professional kitchens.
The manager also said the hotel had received complaints about Jewish guests, "so we need to be responsible for all our guests and find a balance.”
Yisrael Kristal, a Holocaust survivor from Haifa who was recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest man in the world, has died, a month before his 114th birthday.
The tombstones were removed from a nearby Jewish cemetery that the Nazis razed.
Neda Amin, a contributor to the Times of Israel news site, could have faced the death penalty in Iran.
Shahak Shapira, creator of the Yolocaust website, said he reported about 300 hate tweets and Twitter responded to nine.
"It was stupid of me, the encapsulation of such a complex issue in a single sentence," Kevin Myers said of an article depicting Jews as hard bargainers.


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