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AIPAC alerts participants that some were in contact with coronavirus patient – Jewish Journal

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AIPAC alerts participants that some were in contact with coronavirus patient The Forward ", c, "> "].join("") } var c = "body", e = h[c]; if (!e) return setTimeout(q, 100); a.P(1); var d = "appendChild", g = "createElement", i = "src", k = h[g]("div"), l = k[d](h[g]("div")), f = h[g]("iframe"), n = "document", p; k.style.display = "none"; e.insertBefore(k, e.firstChild).id = o + "-" + j; f.frameBorder = "0"; f.id = o + "-frame-" + j; /MSIE[ ]+6/.test(navigator.userAgent) && (f[i] = "javascript:false"); f.allowTransparency = "true"; l[d](f); try { f.contentWindow[n].open() } catch (s) { a.domain = h.domain, p = "javascript:var d=" + n + ".open();d.domain='" + h.domain + "';", f[i] = p + "void(0);" } try { var r = f.contentWindow[n]; r.write(b()); r.close() } catch (t) { f[i] = p + 'd.write("' + b().replace(/"/g, String.fromCharCode(92) + '"') + '");d.close();' } a.P(2) }; a.l && q() })() }(); c[b].lv = "1"; return c[b] } var o = "lightboxjs", k = window[o] = g(o); k.require = g; k.modules = c }({}); /**/ Getty Images WASHINGTON (JTA) The American Israel Public Affairs Committee alerted the thousands of activists who attended its conference this week that a New York group in attendance had been in contact with someone who has the virus. To our knowledge, no one who attended the conference has tested positive for coronavirus at this time, said the email sent Wednesday, which AIPAC also posted on Twitter. Its not clear from where in New York the group came from

Sarasota Sister Cities offers tastes of Sephardic cooking and culture – Sarasota Herald-Tribune

| March 4, 2020

Community Submitted WednesdayMar4,2020at10:03AM Tel Mond, Israel, a Sarasota Sister City, possesses a significant Sephardic Jewish population. Historically identified with the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa, Sephardic Jews are found throughout the world today but especially in Israel, France and the U.S. In late February, the Tel Mond Sister City Committee sponsored a Tastes of Sephardic Cooking and Culture program at Arts Center Sarasota.

Hollow-Point Rounds in the Holy Land – East Bay Express

| March 4, 2020

Yaron Zilberman's Incitement is a fine example of the dramatized history lesson that fills in the gaps of our knowledge on the subject of who did what to whom, and why, in the seemingly eternal political turmoil of modern-day Israel. In this case the subject is the 1995 assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, a crime committed to avenge Rabin's rapprochement with the Palestinian people with the emphasis on the assassin, a religiously motivated young Jewish idealist named Yigal Amir. We've seen several well-meaning movies about Arab terrorists in the Middle East and what drives them to take action

American Sephardi Federation (ASF) and Muslim American Leadership Alliance (MALA) hosted the 2nd Looking in, Speaking Out: Commemorating Khojaly and…

| March 4, 2020

Gathering 28 years to the day when 613 Azerbaijanis were murdered on 25 February 1992, the American Sephardi Federation (ASF) and Muslim American Leadership Alliance (MALA) hosted the 2nd "Looking in, Speaking Out: Commemorating Khojaly and Standing Against Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing" event at the Center for Jewish History. The event brought together a diverse audience to "remember to victims of ethnic violence, and to acknowledge that effects of genocide do not stay limited to where it was committed. As Martin Luther King, the visionary leader of American civil rights said, "injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere," according to MALA's Founder and Chair Zainab Khan.

Right-wing extremists account for majority of extremist-related murders last year, ADL reports – Homeland Preparedness News

| March 4, 2020

Shutterstock Right-wing extremists were responsible for a majority of extremist-related murders in the United States last year, according to a report by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

Ignorance about the Holocaust is fueling anti-Semitism. So I wrote the Never Again Education Act. – Forward

| March 4, 2020

In the spring of 1945, as the war in Europe was drawing to a close, a US Army unit began the liberation of Buchenwald, one of Nazi Germanys largest concentration camps. It was the first such camp American forces had encountered. They alerted the office of General Dwight D.

Boston’s Federation honors activist with ties to IfNotNow – Cleveland Jewish News

| March 4, 2020

The Boston-based Jewish Federation, Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP), recently honored a local activist with ties to the anti-Israel group IfNotNow. Nadav David is listed as one of CJPs 2020 Chai in the Hub honorees, which the organization describes as young adults are doing amazing things personally and professionally to better Greater Bostons Jewish community.

Arizona Neo-Nazi Who Threatened Editor at Jewish Publication in Harassment Campaign Will Remain Behind Bars, Judge Rules – Algemeiner

| March 4, 2020

A propaganda video produced by neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division showing supporters taking part in a shooting exercise at a white supremacist training camp. Photo: Screenshot. An Arizona neo-Nazi involved in an antisemitic campaign of harassment against Jewish journalists and anti-hate activists will stay behind bars after a Phoenix judge determined that he remained a threat to the larger community

Top News Of The Month In Basking Ridge: Dog Needs Home – Patch.com

| March 4, 2020

BASKING RIDGE, NJ It's been a busy February and staying on top of all the local news can be tough.

Goshay: Picture of hatred set on a loop – Bluffton Today

| March 4, 2020

On Feb. 20, 1939, New York Citys Madison Square Garden was the site of a gathering of 20,000 passionate, like-minded Americans


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