Fight anti-Semitism in America, but not by demonizing Muslims

Time for clarity: Desecrating graves and threatening JCCs are anti-Jewish hate crimes. Activism for Palestinian rights is not ...
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Security increased around Toronto Jewish institutions

Police increase patrols at Jewish institutions in Toronto and the area amid threats by ISIS.

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40,000 sign petition against Trump’s Israel envoy pick David Friedman

Petition delivered to members of the U.S. Senate describes Trump's nominee as 'a threat to longstanding U.S. policies in the ...
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House committee to investigate Russia-Trump ties

House of Representatives intelligence committee to investigate allegations of collusion between Trump campaign and Russia.

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University of Texas Hillel vandalized

Window broken at University of Texas Hillel. Police investigating.

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Israel says it doesn’t have drone use procedures, adds that revealing them is security risk

In response to a petition demanding exposure of procedures on drone use in West Bank and Gaza, state says that ...
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Trump attacks US judge as travel ban rolled back

Zeina, who did not want to give her last name, takes part in a protest against US President Donald Trump outside the White House on February 4, 2017, in Washington, DCThe US government began to roll back Donald Trump's contentious travel ban targeting citizens from seven majority-Muslim countries Saturday, after a stinging legal defeat for the new president. Government agencies and major global airlines said they would recognize valid visas and cease enforcing Trump's order, after a federal judge in Washington state put a block on the measures pending a wider legal review. Thousands of people from London and Paris to New York and Washington staged fresh protests against the Republican leader, who took office just two weeks ago vowing to shake up American politics as usual.