The U.S. Treasury Department has previously called Interpal a fundraising organization of Hamas.
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The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, which was “appalled” by the district’s actions, placed some of the blame on new legislation—state law HB 3979.
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“This is a shining example of the mutual benefits of our cooperation, not only for the people of Israel and the United States but for the entire world,” said Israeli Ambassador Gilad Erdan.
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“There is a responsibility to include all voices and to reach out to those who may not be there currently, whether it’s an age or generational lack of involvement,” said the head of the Nefesh B’Nefesh Institute for Aliyah Policy and Strategy.
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Images of a syringe swastika have been used to protest government vaccine mandates around the world.
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Among the topics covered were similarities between both minorities and their shared history, and how anti-Semitism persists and “is a cousin of racism,” said David Brog, executive director of the Maccabi Task Force.
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“All the times we were here as tourists were a lot of fun, but you don’t know what it’s like until you put your skin in here. Once you do that jump of hope, you start seeing life in a new way, through Israeli glasses,” says Shira Denise Kilemnic Mac.
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“Anti-Semitism has no place in Australia. It has no place anywhere in the world,” Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
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One of Randy Halprin’s attorneys, Tivon Schardl, said: “A fair trial requires an impartial judge—and Mr. Halprin did not have a fair and neutral judge when his life was at stake.”
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NYPD’s Crime Stoppers is offering a $3,500 reward for information leading to the woman’s arrest.
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It “appears to be another attempt by terror-backed anti-Semitic groups operating under the BDS banner to undermine the only free and inclusive country in the Middle East,” Marc Greendorfer, founder of the Zachor Legal Institute, told JNS.
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“We gather in Brussels with Jewish leaders from Europe and watch, in front of our eyes, how anti-Semitism continues to grow year after year,” said Rabbi Menachem Margolin, chairman of the European Jewish Association, who placed blame on politicians “who are content with declarations but ignore the real problems of the Jews of Europe.”
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Nearly one-third of respondents in Austria, Hungary and Poland say Jews will never be able to fully integrate into society • About one-third in Romania, France and the Czech Republic think secret Jewish network influences political, economic affairs in world.
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The evaluation was part of Finland’s Surveillance 2 project to examine the integration of unmanned aerial vehicles onboard its vessels.
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Israel must approve individuals receiving aid to ensure that money goes to the poor and not to Hamas.
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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken noted its bias, saying the council “suffers from serious flaws, including disproportionate attention on Israel and the membership of several states with egregious records.”
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Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven: “Anti-Semitism differs from other forms of racism; [it] is in itself a conspiracy theory based on notions of Jewish powers and Jewish interest, and the secret desire to rule the world. It is a specific toxic form that drives conspiracy theories.”
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The Israeli foreign minister spoke to the group about the importance of the U.S.-Israeli relationship, and the need to keep the safety and security of Israel a bipartisan issue
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The need in the north has become a concern, especially due to the severe lack of public shelters and Lebanon’s growing economic crisis.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: “It’s everyone’s challenge to take on, especially governments.”
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