The problem for us, of course, is when the Jews we report on do bad things.
World Jewish Congress president outlines three-pronged approach for tackling Jew hatred.
In a special message addressed to the assembly of the World Jewish Congress, which opened on Sunday, US President Donald Trump vowed to stamp out antisemitism and prejudice.
In many cases the callers were live, Goldenberg said, as opposed to the previous threat, when calls were recorded.
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“Israel, in general, and Jerusalem, in particular, have always symbolized the spiritual, national and cultural center of Jewish life."
World Jewish Congress president speaks to the 'Post.'