Jersey City Mayor: ‘Call Out Antisemitism Aggressively’

Jersey City Mayor: ‘Call Out Antisemitism Aggressively’ (INTERVIEW) | Resident of Rocket-Stricken Southern Israel Addresses UN | Bill to Monitor Violence in Palestinian Textbooks Moves Forward


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Daily Edition December 19.
Top News‘Call Out Antisemitism Early and Aggressively,’ Urges Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop in Wake of Deadly Kosher Market Shootingby Ben CohenA little more than a week after the furious gun battle in Jersey City that claimed the lives of a police officer along with three people at a kosher supermarket…MoreIn First, Resident of Rocket-Stricken Southern Israel Addresses UN Security Council, Calls for Action Against Hamasby Algemeiner StaffA resident of rocket-stricken southern Israel addressed the UN Security Council on Wednesday, urging it to take action against the Hamas terror group…MoreBipartisan Bill to Monitor Violence in Palestinian Textbooks Moves Forward in US Congressby Shiri MosheA bill that would commit the US State Department to annually review educational materials used by the Palestinian Authority for encouraging…MoreFormer British PM Blair Blasts Corbyn-Led Labour Party as ‘Glorified Protest Movement With Cult Trimmings’ After Electoral Drubbingby Benjamin KersteinFormer British Prime Minister Tony Blair blasted his own Labour party on Wednesday, saying that the takeover of it in recent years by its far-left wing…MoreCyprus Becomes 17th Country to Adopt International Antisemitism Definitionby Benjamin KersteinThe Republic of Cyprus announced on Wednesday that it had decided to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of…MoreIsraeli-American Ex-Hoops Coach David Blatt Hired by Woeful New York Knicks as Front Office Adviserby Benjamin KersteinThe struggling New York Knicks hired Israeli-American former basketball coach David Blatt as a basketball operations consultant on Wednesday. “I look…More
Theodor Herzl at the Operaby Ben KaplanTo understand Theodor Herzl, it’s helpful to think about opera. In the summer of 1895, a distraught Herzl wandered the streets of Paris, contemplating the fate of the Jews. In January, he had witnessed the degradation (public shaming) of…More
Overcoming Anti-Zionism with a Trip to Israelby Dina MouyalEuropean anti-Zionism feeds and merges with European antisemitism. Antisemitic incidents in Europe increase during periods of conflict between Israel and its neighbors, and about 85%…More
On Hanukkah, Remember Those Who Can’t Celebrate Their Religionby Jason ShviliHanukkah is fast approaching. Soon, Jews all over the world will begin celebrating the Festival of Lights, gathering together to light the menorah and exchange gifts, as the Jewish people have…More
Iran Sees a Jewish Conspiracy — in the Saudi Royal Familyby Elder of ZiyonSome people still try to claim that Iran isn’t antisemitic, but merely anti-Israel. The few thousand Jews who still live in Iran tell any visitors — while Iranian security officials are in earshot…More
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