The RJC’s executive director suggested that the ADL would have few friends in the Trump White House.13
For Jewish activists and pro-Israel organizations, a Trump administration meanS forging new ties and building new relationships.
The mood is getting strange at Hillary Clinton’s election night party at the Jacob Javits Center, as what was once an easy win seems at risk of slipping away.3
In the midst of a harshly, often hateful election campaign, and amid a Jewish community increasingly divided over Israel, some 300 attendees gathered to see Wolpe moderate a debate — “a conversation,” he insisted — between exemplars of the mainstream community’s polar opposites on the biggest question facing the Jewish state.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
White nationalists are feeling good on election night: They have made gains mainstreaming their movement and establishing a beachhead from which to advance their agenda, they say.
The ‘Cohencidence’ hashtag is trending: It helps identify instances of Jewish power and root them in the notion that Jews work together to undermine the broader society in which they live.5
At a Monday rally in Sarasota, Florida, a young man at the candidate’s rally told a reporter with The Young Turks that he thought the Republican nominee would “end Zionism.”
Voter turnout is high across New York City this morning, Mayor Bill de Blasio told reporters, speaking on a street corner outside of his Brooklyn polling site just after 10 a.m.
The Satmar and the Skver are among the most socially conservative and religiously observant Jewish groups in the United States. But they are solidly in the Clinton camp.11
The celebration was already in progress when the Chicago Cubs arrived back home at Wrigley Field at 6 AM Thursday morning following their historic World Series victory over Cleveland. There was already a crowd to greet them. Or, rather, there was still a crowd to greet them: The fans who had gathered outside the ballpark to watch the score on the marquee had stayed to celebrate all night long.
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