Jews generally welcomed the development, while Arabs expressed anger. But nobody thought the U.S. president would fundamentally change the situation.
It’s a big move symbolically, but the embassy itself isn’t going anywhere — for now.
Manning was the first female chair of the Jewish Federations of North America.
“Sen. Franken has said that he will be making an announcement about his political future tomorrow. The right thing is for him to resign.”
The flyer makes claims about Jewish overrepresentation in the media, finance, politics and current scandals surrounding sexual misconduct.
“Let them learn that it is costlier to cover up assault, harassment, rape and violence,” the suit says. “Let them learn the hard way: wallet first.”
Lopate has hosted a discussion show on WNYC for 32 years, and Schwartz has been on the airwaves in New York since 1958.
“It’s been the capital of Israel for nearly 70 years. Jerusalem has been the focus of our hopes, our dreams, our prayers for three millennia.”
“Remember, you go in favor of breaking up Jerusalem, you’re gouging against the direct word of Jesus. God is not going to let anyone break that.”
“This moment of reckoning about our friends and colleagues who have been accused of sexual misconduct is necessary, and it is painful.”
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