Aristides de Sousa Mendes saved 30,000 people during World War II. But for decades, he was consigned to ignominy by his own government. Now, he’s finally getting his due.
Princeton University undergraduates have narrowly defeated a referendum on divestment from Israel. The 52%-to-48% vote was the first time all students at an American campus were allowed to vote on the issue.
The wife of slain Jewish captive Warren Weinstein said the aid worker’s family was devastated by his death in an American drone strike — and slammed the U.S. government for “inconsistent and disappointing” assistance during his years in captivity.
The bottom line just keeps getting uglier for cash-strapped Yeshiva University as the Modern Orthodox flagship ran a deficit of $84 million last year.
A law that outlaws calls to boycott Israel — or its illegal settlements — has received a green light in court. Is the ruling a blow against free speech — or a ‘no-brainer’ protection of businesses?3
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