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Why you see swastikas in America but not Germany – Vox

| August 16, 2017

German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed horror at the racist marches that roiled Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend. It is racist, far-right violence, and clear, forceful action must be taken against it, regardless of where in the world it happens, she said on German television Monday. She might have added that such a thing wouldnt have happened in todays Germany because its illegal.



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One Theory Over Meaning of Trump’s ‘Many Sides’ Remark – New York Times

| August 16, 2017

Mr. Trump borrowed conservatives lingo on Tuesday, saying the alt-left bore responsibility, using a phrase popular with commentators like Foxs Sean Hannity. They think there were 300 or so racists who showed up to a rally, and who got exactly what they wanted: Violence, and violence in a way that inspires the nations elite to double down on iconoclasm in a way they hope grows their movement, said Ben Domenech, the publisher of The Federalist, an online magazine.



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Upset About Charlottesville? Stop Demonizing Zionists. – Forward

| August 16, 2017

The process of the dehumanization of Zionists which in this context (and most contexts) is interchangeable with Jew has been a long one in our current culture. It has existed as an idea within the ranks of the KKK since its early days and continues today in various corners of the political spectrum.



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In Wake of Virginia Violence, San Diego Jewish Community ‘Stands Up to Hate’ – Times of San Diego

| August 16, 2017

Share This Article: The Anti-Defamation League, Leichtag Foundation and the San Diego RabbinicAssociation are hosting a forum called No Place for Hate. Photo courtesy ADL In the the aftermath of thedeadly white nationalist violence in Virginia, the Anti-Defamation League, Leichtag Foundation, and the San Diego Rabbinic Association are hosting a Stand Up to Hate forum on Tuesday, Aug. 15.



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How the Jews nearly wiped out Tay-Sachs – Arutz Sheva

| August 12, 2017

Parents of children born with Tay-Sachs disease, a genetically transmitted fatal disease found in Ashkenazi Jews from cerrtain areas of Europe, talk about three deaths. There is the moment when parents first learn that their child has been diagnosed with the fatal disease. Then there is the moment when the childs condition has deteriorated so badly blind, paralyzed, non-responsive that he or she has to be hospitalized



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Ernst Zndel, Holocaust Denier Tried for Spreading His Message, Dies at 78 – New York Times

| August 9, 2017

The first conviction was tossed out on a technicality, and the second was overturned in 1992, when the Supreme Court of Canada found that the law was an unreasonable limit on freedom of expression. Mr



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ADL Criticizes Hebrew Israelite Group For ‘Spouting Hate’ At Street Fight – Forward

| August 8, 2017

Adonis Glaude, who is known as Ahlazar BanLawya or Guerilla Hebrew. The Anti-Defamation League condemned a Hebrew Israelite group as anti-Semitic and racist in a report last week, highlighting an incident this summer where a passerby walking near the group on a street corner was punched to the ground



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Struggling to Survive, Congregations Look to Sell Houses of Worship – New York Times

| August 7, 2017

Im surprised that the board of trustees and congregation doesnt really value the history and beauty of the building enough to find a different kind of resolution for the problems theyre facing, Ronna Blaser, a founder of the West Nineties Neighborhood Coalition, said of the synagogue, Shaare Zedek, which was dedicated in 1923. Last month, Ms. Blaser and a dozen members of the coalition sat in State Supreme Court in Manhattan for a hearing on Shaare Zedek



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Who owns America’s oldest synagogue? Two historic congregations … – Haaretz

| August 6, 2017

The courtroom fight over Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island is a primer on nearly 400 years of American Jewish history The story of Americas oldest synagogue, as told by retired Supreme Court Justice David Souter, is the story of American Jewish history.



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Who owns America's oldest synagogue? Two historic congregations ... - Haaretz

Jewish synagogue continues fight to build – OneNewsNow

| August 5, 2017

Becket, a non-profit, public interest legal group, is defending an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in yet another lawsuit barring it from building new quarters in a Florida community.



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