Wikileaks Boss Compares Himself to Nazi Victims With ‘First They Came for Assange’ Campaign

On the Wikileaks online shop you can now buy T-Shirts emblazoned with a reference to a famous Holocaust poem — “First they came for Assange” — and a picture of Julian Assange.


UNESCO Sticks by Controversial Jerusalem Resolution Amid Mexico Flip-Flop

UNESCO’s executive board will revisit the recent resolution adopted on Jerusalem at the behest of the Mexican government, which seeks to change its vote. Mexico voted in favor of the resolution last week, but triggered a special clause allowing them to demand a recast vote in order to change its decision.


Florida Jews Could Tip Balance in the Ultimate Swing State — and Few Are Switching Sides

Zeev Libskin and Murray Roter, both in their 80s, made their way through the packed South Florida Expo Center until finally getting as close as possible to the stage.


Twitter Gives Online Hate Speech Its Biggest Platform — Why?

A number of experts say that Twitter is the worst offender in policing hate speech, while Facebook or Google are doing a much better job.


Why Sukkot Is the Most Magical Holiday of All

More than Passover or even Hannukah, Sukkot is the greatest holiday of all, and, according to Barbara Brotman, the only one that is foolproof.

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