Some groups, like the Republican Jewish Coalition, criticized their party leader. But others, like the Zionist Organization of America, demurred.
He said in response to Charlottesville that the Black Lives Matter movement is more dangerous than neo-Nazis.
“To our Jewish Guests: Please take a shower before you go swimming.”
Lee Zeldin is among the few who stood up for President Trump after his Tuesday comments blaming “both sides” for the Charlottesville events.
In an interview on Israeli TV, Richard Spencer called himself a “white Zionist.”
The Republican Jewish Coalition is calling on the president to “provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism, bigotry, and anti-Semitism.”
Stan Lee didn’t mince words in 1968 and he certainly won’t mince them today.
Alan Zimmerman, the synagogue’s president, said he and the rabbis were worried the building might be burned or congregants attacked.
There’s no evidence that Fred Trump Jr. was ever a member of the white supremacist organization.
The 2017-2018 Broadway season isn’t exactly lacking Jewish representation.
A Florida man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to attempting to bomb a Miami-area synagogue.
A woman identifying herself as “Robin M.” accused filmmaker Roman Polanski of “sexually victimizing” her at a press conference on Tuesday
I was thrilled at the announcement and apology from the people behind the March for Racial Justice when they scheduled their march on Yom Kippur
We live in a world where silence is complicity — and it shouldn’t take Nazis marching in the street to elicit a response.
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