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Stories I’d Like To See: Where Do US Jews Stand on the Iran Deal?

Stories I’d Like To See: Where Do US Jews Stand on the Iran Deal?

I’m used to Israeli society being in the media spotlight. Lately, it’s reflected in the issue of what lessons we’re drawing from the deadly firebombing in the village of Duma, and the fatal stabbing at Jerusalem’s gay pride parade. How does a democratic, Jewish society relate to extremists? It’s a fair question for journalists to

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Israel and US Boycott UN Human Rights Meeting

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel and the US boycotted today’s session of the UN Human Rights Council. Hillel Neuer explains in a nutshell council that the council┬ádebated┬áseven reports (see ’em all at links 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7) targeting Israel. By the end of this week, the council will also adopt four

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Kumbaya in Qom Catechisms

The dual loyalty charge rears its head. While Mark Dubowitz, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, was being interviewed on the radio about Iran’s nuclear program, foreign policy reporter Laura Rozen tweeted her displeasure. The tweets were since removed, but Adam Kredo got the screen grabs. What is there to say? Rozen’s tweets reveal

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