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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.


Anti-Semitism No Longer Taboo in Hungary as Jobbik-Led Culture War Rages

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.

Congress Move To Ease Visa Rules for Israel Hits Snag Over Spying Reports

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.


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Far-right parties across Europe are looking forward to major advances in upcoming elections for seats in the European Parliament.

Pope Francis Heading to Holy Land With Rabbi and Imam as Interfaith Wing Men

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.

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