Carl Levin, first elected to the Senate in 1978, served 36 years, becoming his state’s longest-serving senator.
The special envoy’s office was established by the Global Anti-Semitism Review Act of 2004 and largely focuses on global antisemitism.
A heartbreaking ending in extra innings.
In an unsurprising New York Times guest essay, the founders of Ben and Jerry’s wrote that they “unequivocally support the decision of the company to end business in the occupied territories.”
“We fundamentally reject the notion that it is anti-Semitic to question the policies of the State of Israel.”
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