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Rep. Mondaire Jones to Call Out Anti-Semitism ‘Wherever It Exists’

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Mondaire Jones made history on Nov. 3 as one of the first two openly gay black people elected to Congress.

Experts Fear US Troop Removal Could Further Embolden Iran

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The Pentagon, prompted by U.S. President Donald Trump, ordered a drawdown this week of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, a move that experts told JNS might actually empower Iran.

A Jewish Guide to Biden’s Possible Picks for His Administration

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As President-elect Joe Biden forms his upcoming administration, certain positions should spark interest in the Jewish and pro-Israel community.

Post-Election: Examining Pro-Israel Records of Key Senate Races

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Control of the Senate will come down to two runoffs in Georgia on Jan. 5 between incumbent Republican Sen. David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff, and incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock. While many say the Republicans are expected to keep its Senate majority, it’s not over until the runoff votes have been counted.

On Campaign Trail, Candidates and Surrogates Court Jewish vote

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With election day a week away and early voting in full force throughout the country, U.S President Donald Trump and former U.S. Vice President...

Jewish Groups React to Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation to US Supreme Court

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Jewish groups reacted immediately following the U.S. Senate confirmation on Monday of Amy Coney Barrett as the 115th U.S. Supreme Court justice a week...

US Envoy Carr: 1.7 Million Anti-Semitic Posts on Facebook, Twitter So Far in 2020

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On Twitter and Facebook alone, 1.7 million anti-Semitic posts were made in the first eight months of this year.

How High Holy Day Services and Arrival of 5781 Are Going to Look Across...

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Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, synagogues nationwide have drastically adjusted their holiday programming to minimize congregant interactions and time spent in one area. Still, the point, say rabbis, is to celebrate the arrival of the New Year, in whatever form that looks like.

US State Department Envoy Works to Secure Compensation for Nazi-Era Wrongs

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Founded in 1999, the Office of the Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues “develops and implements U.S. policy to return Holocaust-era assets to their rightful owners."

ADL CEO Under Fire for Partnering With Sharpton in Pressing Facebook Boycott

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“We have been endlessly fighting an uphill battle of anti-Semitic hatred on Facebook since our inception."

Jewish Democratic Council Says It Won’t Back Ilhan Omar

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“JDCA will not be supporting Rep. Omar in this election. End of story.”

Is Longtime Pro-Israel Congressman Eliot Engel in Trouble?

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With comparisons being made to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s upset of former Rep. Joe Crowley in 2018, his job may be in jeopardy as New York voters head to the polls on June 23.

Steve King Says GOP House Leader ‘Would Advocate’ to Get Him Back on Committees

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Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has said that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) told him that he would “advocate” for his return to committee...

Michigan State Lawmaker Apologizes for Comparing COVID-19 Policies to Holocaust

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“I would never purposefully undermine the severity of the Holocaust."

ViacomCBS Cancels Linda Sarsour Women’s History Month Event

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ViacomCBS canceled an event this week featuring former Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour, who is known for her support of the anti-Israel BDS movement and...

Anti-Semitism Complaint Filed with US Education Department Surrounding Columbia University

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(JNS) A complaint has been filed with the U.S. Department of Education accusing Columbia University of discriminating against Jewish and Israeli students. The complaint filed...
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