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Eight pro-BDS activists were acquitted of hate crimes after having had the American Jewish musician Matisyahu canceled from performing at the 2015 Rototom Reggae Festival in Benicàssim.
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The Israelite Consistory of the Bas-Rhin region and the restaurants involved labeled the refusal “openly anti-Semitic discrimination.”
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Mike Evans is accusing Jentezen Franklin of withholding funds raised as part of a campaign to benefit Holocaust survivors in Israel.
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“A crude Jew who runs a loan-shark firm has bought the debts of poor Greeks,” wrote Stefanos Chios, publisher of “Makeleio.”
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The ruling comes after another two years ago that held the Palestinian Authority directly responsible for the murder in 2002 of Tzipi and Gadi Shemesh and their unborn twins.
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Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan dedicated six new pickleball courts at Waters Park at 169 E. Glenwood Ave. on Oct. 26.
A guide to all the cases being watched, from adoption rights to voting rights to coronavirus restrictions on house of worship.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the weekly cabinet meeting, at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem on July 5, 2020.
Ministry of Finance Budget Department head Shaul Meridor seen at the District's Court in Lod, during a class action on the gas agreement.