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Several religious leaders, including Rabbi Brant Rosen led the protest into a restricted area in front of the border fence.
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Obama and Bush, a Democrat and a Republican, were joined by a who's who of US political leaders, Vietnam-era officials and dignitaries paying tribute to the statesman.
The New York Police Department recorded a 22% increase in antisemitic incidents in the city in the first 10 months of this year, compared to the same period in 2017.
By KENNETH BANDLER
So even while things are not as bad today as they are portrayed, the issue that now confronts the State of Israel is: what can be done to further engage Jewish millennials.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Liberal Jewish activists would like us to believe that if only Israel would be a little bit nicer, more tolerant, young Jews would flock to support it.
By DAVID ELIEZRIE
Although we are not Jewish, we are motivated by the promise of greater unity.
By DANIELLE MCLAUGHLIN AND LEE CARTER
NY gubernatorial candidate is a progressive honorary Jew and a friend of Israel
By IDO LEVY
Israel runs on frenzy, controversy, arguments and altercations. We’re constantly on edge, whether arguing about the Nation-State Bill, condom firebombs or Sara Netanyahu.
By DAVID BRINN
Loyalty is a virtue. But when single-mindedness meets small-mindedness, loyalty curdles. That slavishness breeds the political methodology of totalitarianism.
By GIL TROY
A final, personal conversation on the eternity of Israel, with the greatest columnist of this generation, who passed away Thursday night.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
We can debate the pros and cons of these presidential actions, but what cannot be disputed was the image of America as the great citadel of liberty.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Jewish philanthropy need not be a zero-sum game.
By JACK WERTHEIMER
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