Most of the Jewish institutions that had been threatened by the so-called Skirball Fire in Los Angeles have resumed normal operations.
“We believe that support for President Trump’s announcement is both politically shortsighted and morally unsound,” the letter reads.
The bill would prosecute threats of violence against religious institutions as hate crimes.
The measure requires the State Department to report on the progress of European countries toward the return of wrongfully confiscated assets.
Remember: If you mail your absentee ballot on election day, it won’t get there in time.
The LAPD considers the attack a hate crime, but it has no suspects because the incident did not show up on the synagogue’s security camera footage.
Just like Zeldin’s early and steadfast loyalty to President Trump, his close association with Bannon entails political risk.
“When the Jews were in bondage for, you know, years, they still loved each other.”
Akayed Ullah reportedly said he was upset by Israel’s “incursion into Gaza.”
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