“I never want another Muslim entering this country EVER AGAIN!,” she tweeted.
A mother and daughter were punched in Rego Park and told to “get out of my country” by an assailant.
Two Muslim activists raised more than $110,000 to help repair a vandalized Jewish cemetery. The move inspired gratitude — and questions.
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We desperately neeed broad and sustained leadership from organizations that speak out so forcefully and unambiguously on matters relating to Israel’s security and defense.
Both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reported that Gaffney has taken on a bigger role with the transition team since Trump’s two main national security advisers were fired over the weekend.
I am putting out a call for Jewish citizens of the United States of America to commit to register as Muslim in the event that Donald Trump actually implements such a system.
A Conservative Jewish synagogue near Boston is facing harsh criticism for hosting three prominent anti-Islam speakers at an event scheduled for the evening of Nov. 2.
I had never heard my Jewish friends in Morocco recount this kind of experience, and it crystallized my understanding and appreciation of what we shared.
A prominent Jewish leader is siding with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s call for profiling Muslims in America.