A Dutch Jewish leader called the statement “cowardly and obscene,” adding it was a form of “victim blaming.”
“I know in my heart that nothing I’ve done as a senator - nothing - has brought dishonor on this institution,” Franken said.
Sweden’s public broadcaster apologized for an article that tied President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital to the “Jewish lobby.”
The UN Secretary-General spoke out against “any unilateral measures that would jeopardize the prospect of peace for Israelis and Palestinians.”
At least 30 Palestinian men threw rocks at the children and their parents, who were on a hike in honor of one of the boy’s bar mitzvah.
“While we fully support academic freedom and free speech, we believe Bazian’s record is severe enough to warrant more than just condemnation.”
“No final decision has been made and the Senator is still talking with his family.”
“Trump’s declaration of recognition of Jerusalem… will harm us.”
Former President Barack Obama warned U.S. citizens not to “grow complacent.”
The Chief Rabbi of Poland called the exhumation “the worst desacralization of the Jewish cemetery” that he has ever seen.
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