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This 25-year-old Ashkenazi-British-Sudanese comedian is blowing up on TikTok – Forward

| February 6, 2021

Lukas Arnold talks about his life all the time; its central to the comedy that has earned him 1.1 million followers on TikTok. And yet, the more he talks about himself, the more of an enigma he becomes. The 25-year-old comedian and voice actors dad is Ashkenazi, with ancestry in Poland

NU commissioners appointmented to Holocaust and Genocide Commission – Daily Northwestern

| February 6, 2021

Graphic by Hank Yang From left, Sarah Cushman, Danny M. Cohen, Charlotte Masters (and) Samantha Oberman. The four were recently appointed to the Illinois Holocaust and Genocide Commission.

MISINFORMATION OVERLOAD: Conspiracy theories, a menace to society – DTNext

| February 6, 2021

Chennai: Yet according to a British poll, some 10% of US citizens say they believe in at least some elements of this absurd theory known as QAnon. The conspiracy theory has also been doing the rounds in Germany and, according to the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, which sets out to combat far-right ideologies and racism, it has already attracted some 150,000 supporters. This makes the German QAnon community the largest outside of the English-speaking realm

How will history judge Trump and his enablers? Youre asking the wrong question. – Forward

| February 6, 2021

From the day Donald Trump was ushered into the White House to the day he was ushered out, commentators have found comfort in the phrase history will judge. If they mean that historians will not look kindly on Donald Trump and his enablers, they are probably right. But right or wrong, their judgment will probably not matter to future generations.

Working With 28. Jun, A United Nations Consultant And Forbes Nonprofit Council Member – Severna Park Voice

| February 6, 2021

By Emet Mihajlo l Arnold resident Its common to find ourselves discontent searching within and asking God for a great mitzvah or life mission. For me, I felt as though my greatest work in life would be my art and film achievements. Having my use of acrylic critiqued by Jemima Kirke, an accomplished portrait painter, seemed to be the capstone award I was waiting for.

The incredible life of David Carll and his five generations who’ve raised families on his property – KABC-TV

| February 6, 2021

OYSTER BAY, New York -- Interwoven in the history of Oyster Bay, NY, a hamlet on the North Shore of Long Island, are untold stories of African Americans that have played significant roles in shaping the fabric of the town. The incredible life of David Carll is one of these stories and his great-great-grandchildren Denise Evans-Sheppard, Actress and Singer Vanessa Williams, Iris Williams, and Francis Carl are sharing that story in celebration of Black History Month. As a free man, he did not turn a blind eye to the culture that surrounded him

Civil Society and the Question of Palestine – NGO Action News 4 February 2021 – occupied Palestinian territory – ReliefWeb

| February 6, 2021

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Facebook is getting pulled into a fight about the politics of Israel – The Verge

| February 6, 2021

On November 10th, a Facebook employee sent out an unusual email to an unknown outside party, hoping to arrange a conversation about how the platform moderated against anti-Semitism. We are looking at the question of how we should interpret attacks on Zionists, reads the letter, whose recipient was redacted, to determine whether the term is a proxy for attacking Jewish or Israeli people

The Threat of Linking Zionism with Christianity in Iraq – International Christian Concern

| February 6, 2021

02/05/2021 Iraq(International Christian Concern) A graduate students thesis titled Christian American Zionism and its role in the invasion of Iraq 2003 prompted a Christian former member of parliament to threaten suit against the university.

Facebook draws ire after employee says the site could police the term ‘Zionists’ – thejewishchronicle.net

| February 6, 2021

(JTA) A leaked email written by a Facebook employee hints that the social media giant may review its policy on allowing the term Zionist, and pro-Palestinian groups argue that such a move would endanger free speech on Israel issues. In the email dated Nov. 10, the unidentified employee wrote to an unidentified source: We are looking at the question of how we should interpret attacks on Zionists to determine whether the term is used as a proxy for attacking Jewish or Israeli people.


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