Ginsburg's death on Rosh Hashanah especially significant for some Jewish AmericansNews of her death traveled quickly via social media, and became a focal point in many New Year's services, religious leaders and observant Jews said. via @TOIWorld
Today Americans celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We in Israel greatly appreciate Dr. King and his efforts to stamp out bigotry, including hatred against the Jewish people and the Jewish State. We remember his moral clarity when he said that anti-Zionism is antisemitism.
Total double standard → New York's mayor appears to be discriminating against Jewish funerals, schools, and playgrounds in enforcing his coronavirus shutdown. If Americans can protest, families should have access to their neighborhood parks.
As you know, earlier today there was a horrific shooting targeting and killing Jewish Americans at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The shooter is in custody, and federal authorities have been dispatched to support state and local police...
In 1790, President George Washington wrote to Jewish congregations of Newport, Rhode Island, that the US Government "gives to bigotry no sanction,” adding his hope for Jewish Americans that "every one shall sit in safety” with "none to make him afraid."
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar asked directly by CNN about her anti-Semitic remark that "Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel" Her response: "I don't know how my comments would be offensive to Jewish-Americans" Wow.
What Americans thought of Jewish refugees on the eve of World War II