Nationally, 63 percent of respondents did not know that 6 million Jews were killed during the years of World War II and the Holocaust, and 36 percent believed 2 million Jews or fewer were killed in the Holocaust.
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“Reading books is an important cornerstone in acquiring education and knowledge at any age,” said Israeli Education Minister Yoav Galant.
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It was found in a manuscript written just after the Expulsion, which was likely used by Catalonian exiles living in Provence.
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The identification of the individuals and their roles comes as the result of a long-term investigation by the FBI Boston Division.
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Dr. Walid Khass was removed by New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital in 2019 after calling for violence against Jews and support for Hamas as well as anti-gay posts. Khass sued the hospital to be reinstated in the pediatric residency program and won.
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“We all agree that building relationships between our partners is a major win for U.S. national interests,” Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas).
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A new database will serve as “a resource dedicated to helping the public become aware of anti-Semitic and bigoted doctors, nurses, med students and other medical professionals.”
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Leading Israeli expert Uzi Rubin of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, who pioneered Israel’s Arrow defense systems, explains why.
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Yuli Edelstein urges all sectors of society to cease asking what is and isn't allowed during the lockdown “and instead ask themselves, ‘What can I do so we will see a drop in the infection rate?’ ”
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“With recent developments, we expect that demand for kosher food in the UAE and region will grow quickly,” says Emirates Flight Catering CEO Saeed Mohammed.
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Eastern Jerusalem woman to be indicted for security-related offenses.
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Some 170,000 babies were born over the past year, while around 44,000 people died. Another 25,000 immigrated to the country.
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The winner of the $1 million “Jewish Nobel” will be announced early next year.
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The Palestinians need to understand that they can achieve a better life, but their leadership is “on the wrong side of history,” says U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.
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The European Union looks like “an anti-peace body that is way behind the UAE, Bahrain and others who recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. It really makes the E.U. look foolish,” says Dan Diker, director of the Political Warfare Project at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
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Victims from across the world, who have been the target of anti-Semitism in a wide variety of settings, described their experiences.
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Those who have completed Israeli military service, attended an Israeli undergraduate institution or worked at an Israeli company are eligible.
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While travel is off the table for now, Middle Eastern ingredients can substitute the feeling of being with community abroad.
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