A media critic says following orders and having Jewish friends should get a “New York Times” editor who posted libels against Israel off the hook for promoting hate.
The devastating effects of COVID-19 that have ravaged Western Europe and now the United States have so far spared certain Jewish communities in Eastern Europe, even as it now has Russia in its crosshairs.
A letter from hundreds of members of parliament from 20 countries noted that such a move has the potential to bring peace and prosperity closer to the region.
HaShevet is “dismayed at the diminishing effectiveness of mainstream Jewish advocacy organizations in North America.”
It also slams U.S. support for U.N. Security Council Resolution 2334 in December 2016 that denounces Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Greece and Cyprus to be the first points of destination, but the move will be “contingent on what happens in terms of the numbers of the epidemic,” says the Israeli prime minister.
By distancing itself from Jerusalem on annexation, the lobby is creating a crisis for the pro-Israel community, no matter who wins the next U.S. election
The Rev. Al Sharpton is an apt example of the painful contradictions between fighting racism and fighting anti-Semitism.
“With this, Jewish life is demonstratively returning to the Bundeswehr,” says German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer.