The Jewish internet was eating up the news that former president Bill Clinton wore a Hebrew lapel pin in support of his wife at the Democratic National Convention.
A large fire damaged the Boston-area home that serves as headquarters of the local Jewish social justice group Moishe Kavod House on Thursday morning.
The speakers mentioned ISIS. They mentioned Iran. But there was nary a peep about another big I: Israel.20
After months of campaigning marked by vitriol, it may be up to two daughters (both with Jewish hubbies) to set things straight.8
In many ways, Wasserman Schultz embodied the enormous influence that American Jews have within the Democratic Party. A Jew with deep communal involvements who was a key pillar of support for the mainstream pro-Israel lobby in Congress and within the party, Wasserman was both chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a member of Congress sitting on the powerful House Committee on Appropriations — a panel that votes on all major government expenditures. This put her at the nexus of U.S. policy, politics and political fundraising in a way that few others matched.13
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