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“Particularly in light of recent anti-Semitic incidents, it is essential to continue this important work with our partners to protect all of our citizens from acts of violence and hate,” said Jason Shames, CEO of the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey.

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Lt. Col. Ofer Tchorz of the 74th tank battalion said the exercise simulated combat against Hezbollah in Lebanon, in which the battalion would have to navigate hilly terrain and take on a heavily armed enemy that uses guerilla warfare tactics and fights out of populated areas.

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“Not only does the administration not care about discrimination against Orthodox or Zionist Jews, but they also actively retaliate against them,” claimed Professor Jeffrey Lax, who in a lawsuit against Kingsborough Community College, part of the CUNY system, he was physically and verbally threatened.

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