(JTA) — Miguel Lifschitz served as mayor of Argentina’s third-most populous city and later as governor of Santa Fe province, receiving million…
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Ukrainian-born Inna Vernikov, who practices immigration and divorce law, says she was energized to run for New York City Council by distress over the state of the city and a belief in a two-party system that provides viable checks and choices.
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“We have a message for all you anti-Semites out there: We are a people of righteousness, we are a nation of peace,” Rabbi Elie Mischel of Suburban Torah Synagogue in New Jersey.
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Three men in their early 20s admitted to throwing rocks at a synagogue in Bonn and burning an Israeli flag.
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(JTA) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has failed to form a government by the deadline imposed by Israeli law, thrusting the countr…
Polish culture minister calls the resignations “unjustified” and says they risk “politicizing the discussion” around the museum.
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(JTA) — Following yet another Israeli election, voters are getting to know an unlikely kingmaker: Mansour Abbas, an Arab-Israeli lawmaker who …
(JTA) — A local politician in Poland used language that critics said was anti-Semitic during a regional council meeting about agriculture.
(JTA) — Israel’s two largest Orthodox political parties both released ads this week attacking Reform Jews.
Former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, who is running for U.S. Senate in 2022 as a Republican, referred to Gov. Mike DeWine as “RINO DeWine” and w…