Israel is poised to enshrine in law the right of some villages to handpick residents, following the advance of legislation that some decry as carte blanche for ethnic discrimination.3
For a Jewish Democratic congressman who has been a staunch ally of Israel, it was a troubling sign.
The rebbe loomed large. His face looked down on the crowd from the oversize television screens around the room, and his voice boomed. He sang a traditional Hasidic chant.17
Republicans and Democrats may be done with their electoral battle, but the fight between their Jewish surrogates is just beginning.11
Benjamin Netanyahu was interrupted five times by protesters who shouted and held up signs while the Israeli prime minister was delivering an address on Monday to the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America.59
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