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AIPAC describes it conference as a "rich educational experience and inspirational booster shot."
Sanders, 77, announced his candidacy in a lengthy early morning email to supporters, pledging to build a vast grassroots movement.
"Go back to Davos with the rest of the billionaire elite who think they know how to run the world," the heckler added, before being pulled aside by security.
“There is a hunger among millennials for honest and serious geopolitical, security and other policy conversations related to Israel and the two-state solution.”
By CHARLES DUNST/JTA
Jewish-American immigrant August Bondi fought alongside abolitionist John Brown during the Battle of Black Jack Creek in 1856.
By JASON BEETS / THE SALINA JOURNAL KANSAS
Election Day is also a reminder of the maturing nation that Israel has become and of the responsibility that weighs heavy on each of us to shape the kind of country we want to live in.
By DAVID BRINN
First Vice President pf EUROSAI and head of the Supreme Audit Office of the Czech Republic Milosla Kala stressed importance in sharing information and experience in order to strengthen audit power.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
“I refuse to believe that there are parties that have given up on the idea that Israel is a Jewish democratic state, a democratic and Jewish state in the same phrase.”
By HERB KEINON,AMY SPIRO
Titled "Nationalism, Marginalization, and Jewish Peoplehood," it will address questions such as "How are Israelis perceiving and responding to the rise of nationalism in the US and beyond?"
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A sense that “democracies don’t control” their own countries has contributed to the rise of antisemitism.
By JEREMY SHARON
Peretz left Likud to join Kulanu, the party announced, along with a reminder that their slogan is that Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon cares about people.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The ability of hackers to attack has improved, and it is easier than ever for them to obtain their tools, which makes them even more dangerous.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
The poll, carried out over the last three days, further revealed that 52% of respondents believe the Joint List does not represent them.
By EYTAN HALON
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