Rand Paul knows a thing or two about Yiddish and he used today’s celebration of Festivus to call out Donald Trump for his Hillary Clinton “schlonged” comments.16
The mayor of Amsterdam pledged $1.27 million for the protection of Jewish institutions.
French Jews to gather on anniversary of Hyper Cacher killingsCRIF, the umbrella group of France’s Jewish communities, called on the general public to attend a commemoration on the first anniversary of the slaying of four Jews in a Paris kosher supermarket.
Members of the U.S. Congressional bipartisan Task Force for Combatting Anti-Semitism applauded the decision of the Hungarian government to cancel plans to erect a statue that would have honored a Hungarian Nazi collaborator.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
A University of San Diego professor and some of her students wore yellow star badges modeled after the ones Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust to protest Islamophobia.5
Alarmed by what they called “Orwellian efforts” to link Israel with a multitude of free-speech issues now roiling American college campuses, a group of influential academics has launched an initiative to combat anti-Semitism and facilitate constructive dialogue about Israel.104
New York state is allocating $1.5 million in state funds for a memorial commemorating the victims of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire.
AUSTIN, Texas - A mock nativity scene at the Texas Capitol in which Baby Jesus was represented as the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights was removed on Tuesday after Governor Greg Abbott complained that it was “tasteless sarcasm,” Abbott’s office said.11
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump used a vulgarity to describe Hillary Clinton’s loss to Barack Obama for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination and then poked fun at her taking a bathroom break during a debate.88
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