Anthony Weiner got a hero’s welcome as he returned to his old political home turf Tuesday night for a New York City mayoral forum aimed at the Orthodox community of Flatbush, Brooklyn.11
After scandal engulfed Syrian Jewish charities, an oversight group promised new transparency. Three years later, the group is quiet and progress is hard to identify.
In a passionate appeal for supporting his Middle East peace effort, Secretary of State John Kerry warned that time is running out on a two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.24
Frank Lautenberg, who died at 89, was a proud Jewish community activist. But he was better known for his policy achievements and business success than his faith.6
New York’s mayoral race finally has a Jewish candidate. But Anthony Weiner’s not getting much organized Jewish support — at least not yet.12
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