Some groups, like the Republican Jewish Coalition, criticized their party leader. But others, like the Zionist Organization of America, demurred.
Mayor Mike Signer’s Ph.D. dissertation was about how to fight demagogues — which he says prepared him for taking on Donald Trump and the “alt-right.”
The “Zioness” group was ostracized at the Chicago feminist rally — but according to some, they never wanted to fully participate in the first place.3
Adelson “is perfectly comfortable with the role that McMaster is playing,” his spokesman said.
“It was obvious that he had this fascination with Nazism and a big idolatry of Adolf Hitler,” his former high school history teacher said.
Reform Judaism’s top rabbi was “deeply troubled by the moral equivalence evident in President Trump’s statement” condemning hate “on many sides.”
James Fields, a 20-year-old white man from Ohio, is being held in jail on suspicion of plowing a car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one.
Jews in the re-energized Democratic Socialist movement voted overwhelmingly to endorse BDS. What comes next?5
Jewish women all over the country have been inspired to enter politics in response to Trump. Some of them come from unexpected backgrounds.
Alpha Epsilon Pi, the largest Jewish fraternity in America — and the ninth largest overall — has been hit with two high-level resignations. And in both cases, financial questions and basic issues of transparency appear to have played a key role.
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