Hillary Clinton is laying the groundwork for a possible White House run by backing President Obama — while gingerly suggesting she would be a more reliably pro-Israel president.7
Budapest’s Jewish community is vibrant, visible and patriotic; and yet seven decades after the Holocaust, the taboo about expressing anti-Semitic views is breaking down among many fellow Hungarians.
A seemingly routine move in Congress to ease visa restrictions on Israelis has all but died. The measure was shelved amid a spy scandal and inside-the-Beltway politics.10
Far-right parties across Europe are looking forward to major advances in upcoming elections for seats in the European Parliament.
With a rabbi and a Muslim sheik as his travel companions, Pope Francis is heading to the Middle East with what he hopes will be a powerful message of interfaith respect.5
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