BERLIN (JTA) – Germany’s antisemitism commissioner is urging a crackdown on protesters who don yellow stars to complain about the pandemic lockdown.
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“This is an important day, marking our continued cooperation,” says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Egyptian Petroleum Minister Tarek El Molla.
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The man responsible for the killing of Iran’s top nuclear scientist was fired by Iranian intelligence shortly before the hit took place, says Mahmoud Alavi
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It comes on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day as a debate has emerged in the Jewish and pro-Israel community over whether the official IHRA definition should be adopted into law.
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There is no higher value in Judaism than protecting life itself, they say.
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Earlier in the pandemic, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called out "the Jewish community" after another Hasidic funeral drew crowds.
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