A barrage of anti-Semitic comments shut down the Chat alongside the live YouTube feed from the Republican National Convention on Monday afternoon, Raw Story reported. As former Hawaiian Governor Linda Lingle made scathing comments about the Democrats lack of support for Israel, anti-Semitic trolls wrote “MAKE AMERICA JEWISH AGAIN,” “press h for hitler,” “F——————- THE KIIKKKKKKKKKEEEEEESSSSSSS” in the bar next to the screen.
On the day Donald Trump wrapped up the Republican primaries, Marc Zell was ready to resign his position as vice president of Republicans Overseas, the party’s expatriate group.
The document was given to the AP by an unnamed diplomat whose work has focused on Iran’s nuclear program for more than a decade. Its authenticity was confirmed by another diplomat.9
Nate Ebner of the New England Patriots has qualified for the U.S. Olympic men’s rugby sevens team competing next month at the Rio Olympics, becoming the only NFL player to make a U.S. Olympic team.
It was with excitement but some trepidation last night that I began to read the online version of a [New York Times story] about The Forward.
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz strongly denounced Donald Trump Monday in a live CNN interview mere feet from the GOP convention stage as “the most divisive, bigoted, unprepared, unqualified major-party candidate that has ever run.”
The Republican National Convention turned to a little-known Ohio police rabbi to deliver an invocation after Rabbi Haskel Lookstein pulled out over the weekend amid protests.17
A city councilwoman in Birmingham, Alabama, told police that a gun-wielding Jewish man threatened to harm her for opposing city funding of a Holocaust memorial.
Linda Lingle, the former governor of Hawaii, criticized the Democratic Party’s stance on Israel and scarcely mentioned Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention.7
CLEVELAND (JTA) – Trumpism is visible here on the shores of Lake Erie, but not in the way nominees and what they stand for have dominated previous conventions. A few baseball caps are visible with his slogan, “Make America Great Again,” and there are discreet buttons and a service dog named Titan wearing a Trump sticker.
(JTA) — One of Portugal’s Jewish communities said it was observing an increase in requests for naturalization by British Jews following the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union. About 300 British Jews who are descendants of Portuguese Sephardic Jews requested Portuguese nationality from the Porto Jewish Community, compared to five before the June…
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