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Meet the top 15 Jewish political donors in this election cycle – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| September 27, 2020

(JTA) George Soros may draw some of the most vociferous criticism, but hes hardly the biggest political donor in this cash-heavy election cycle Democrat or Republican. In fact, Soros is 24th on the largest givers in this cycle, and Jewish donors on both the right and left populate the list above him.

Manchin Section 230 bill inbound – POLITICO – Politico

| September 25, 2020

With help from Cristiano Lima and John Hendel Editors Note: POLITICO Tech is a free version of POLITICO Pro Tech's morning newsletter, which is delivered to our subscribers each morning at 6 a.m. The POLITICO Pro platform combines the news you need with tools you can use to take action on the days biggest stories.

Kyle Rittenhouse, Charged With Killing Two In Kenosha, Will Fight Extradition To Wisconsin – CBS Chicago

| September 25, 2020

CHICAGO (CBS) Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old from Antioch charged with killing two people and wounding another during protests in Kenosha last month, plans to fight extradition from Lake County to Wisconsin, his attorneys told a Lake County judge on Friday. Rittenhouse is charged with shooting three people with an AR-15 rifle on Aug.

Meet the top 15 Jewish political donors of the 2020 election cycle J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 25, 2020

George Soros may draw some of the most vociferous criticism, but hes hardly the biggest political donor in this cash-heavy election cycle Democrat or Republican. In fact, Soros is 24th on the largest givers in this cycle, and Jewish donors on both the right and left populate the list above him

School board candidates participate in forum – The Republic

| September 25, 2020

Candidates seeking a seat on the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corp. board answered a wide range of questions about their views including how board members should engage with staff and community members, during a virtual public forum sponsored by local teachers

Partners in Torah class victim of Zoombombing – Cleveland Jewish News

| September 23, 2020

Partners In Torah of Cleveland Rabbi Pinchas Landis was the victim of a Zoombombing on Aug.

Stop Hate for Profit social media boycott to focus its pressure on Facebook – Axios

| September 23, 2020

Facebook will continue to be the face of the biggest industry campaign against misinformation leading up to the election, according to Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League Driving the news: In an interview with Axios, Greenblatt, whose group is part of the Stop Hate for Profit social media boycott campaign, said that the group plans to focus its boycott efforts on Facebook, because of its scale and because he says the company is less proactive than rivals like Twitter and YouTube on policing misinformation and hate speech. The big picture: In the past week, Spotify host Joe Rogan, Fox News and others have all had to apologize for misinformation mishaps. The state of play: Facebook has spent the past four years trying to improve its security and content moderation systems to avoid being cast in the same light in 2020 as it was after 2016

Mel Gibson’s upcoming film is reminding people of his history of bigoted statements – indy100

| September 23, 2020

Mel Gibson is making a new movie, but people havent forgotten his history. On Monday, the New York Post reported that the actor would be making a sequel to the famous The Passion of the Christ film, which originally Gibson wrote and directed in 2004

Two Men Sentenced to Life in Prison in Bulgarian Bus Bombing That Killed 5 Israelis – Jewish Journal

| September 23, 2020

A Bulgarian court sentenced two men with alleged ties to Hezbollah to life in prison over their involvement in a 2012 bus bombing that killed five Israelis. The bombing occurred in July of that year; a suicide bomber, identified as Mohammed Hassan El-Husseini, blew up a bus outside of Bulgarias Burgas Airport. Five Israelis, including a pregnant woman, were killed in the bombing, as was the Bulgarian bus driver

Zoom will not host SF State event featuring Leila Khaled J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 23, 2020

Zoom announced late Tuesday afternoon that San Francisco State University will not be allowed to use its videoconferencing platform to host an event Wednesday featuring Palestinian hijacker Leila Khaled because her participation in the virtual event violates company policy. Zoom is committed to supporting the open exchange of ideas and conversations, subject to certain limitations contained in our Terms of Service, including those related to user compliance with applicable U.S


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