“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.”
Entering a burning building with firefighters, climbing 110 flights of stairs: Eric Greitens has done it all, and posted it to Facebook.
The girl’s mother said the food at the party was so mishandled that the hungry adult guests began eating the children’s ice cream desserts.
He holds a senior position in the Trump administration and has made a name for himself as one of the most successful political consultants, yet Jon Lerner, manages to steer clear from the spotlight. Currently serving as America’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, under Nikki Haley, Lerner, 49, was recently described in a New York Magazine article as “the No. 1 person [Haley] listens to,” and with speculations that Haley’s political ambition could lead her all the way to the White House, Lerner is the man to follow.
“Jerusalem, the holy city, will not be the capital of the Zionist state, even if the President of the United States says it is.”
The Palestinian Authority is refusing to meet with Vice President Mike Pence because of President Trump’s Jerusalem announcement.
“We’ve been patient but our patience has its limits,” lawyer Kyle Bristow wrote to the university.
Prof. Michael Chikindas had called Judaism “the most racist religion in the world” and posted pictures depicting Jews as hook-nosed merchants.
“A declaration from the United States government that appears to endorse sole Jewish proprietorship over Jerusalem adds insult to ongoing injury.”
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