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Why Does The US Government Consider Antifa Terrorists, But Not The KKK? – Jewish Journal

| June 1, 2020

The United States of America will be designating Antifa as a Terrorist Organization, President Donald Trump tweeted on May 31, the morning after American cities were engulfed with protests decrying the death of George Floyd. In major metropolises including New York, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Dallas and Los Angeles, the demonstrations spiraled out of control, devolving into looting, vandalism and arson.

Covid-19 and the plague of online antisemitism – J-Wire Jewish Australian News Service

| June 1, 2020

May 27, 2020 by Julie Nathan Read on for article The Covid-19 virus has produced sickness and death, turmoil and disruption, around the world. It is a silent stalker of human fragility. But it has brought with it another virus, an older but virile plague, one with no known cure, and no limits to the amount of dead bodies it can produce

As the 1918 Flu Emerged, Cover-Up and Denial Helped It Spread – History

| June 1, 2020

Spanish flu has been used to describe the flu pandemic of 1918 and 1919 and the name suggests the outbreak started in Spain. But the term is actually a misnomer and points to a key fact: nations involved in World War I didnt accurately report their flu outbreaks. Spain remained neutral throughout World War I and its press freely reported its flu cases, including when the Spanish king Alfonso XIII contracted it in the spring of 1918

Information should never be erased: World experts weigh-in on Victoria University’s removal of genocide material – Sarajevo Times

| June 1, 2020

World experts say Victoria University in Australias decision to remove genocide material from a human rights lecture is shocking and puts victims at psychological risk. A quote referring to the aggression against Bosniaks that was recently removed from a human rights lecture at Victoria University after members of the global Serbian community complained that the content was degrading, has raised concerns among international experts in the field of human rights, political science and trauma. When the Sarajevo Times approached Victoria University for comment last week on the content removal, a spokesperson for the university stated that the decision to remove this particular quote is not a reflection on its accuracy or validity, but rather a recognition that examples need to be carefully chosen when dealing with topics as sensitive as human rights.

The Media Are Not on the Ballot – The Dispatch

| June 1, 2020

Hello, I got an email yesterday from the Trump campaign.

Hatred of the government will unite the Israeli nation – Haaretz

| May 17, 2020

Truth is very dear to the heart of the Israeli public. Even when it errs, it does so through a wrong interpretation of the truth, not out of indifference to it. As far as truth goes, the public in Israel is never indifferent.

For the United States and United Nations, two heads are better than one – The Jerusalem Post

| May 17, 2020

If Israel could afford only two ambassador postings anywhere in the world, they would have to be Washington and the United Nations, in that order. Nowhere else comes close. For a parliamentary democracy like Israel, theres nothing unusual in assembling a governing coalition, rewarding allies and placating rivals.

Palestinians pay the price for Israels slavery to the memory of the Holocaust – Haaretz

| May 12, 2020

This week, the 35thgovernment of the State of Israel will be sworn in, 75 years after the end of the Holocaust. In its coalition agreement, the new government declares that it plans a vote of the government and/or in the Knesset on annexing parts of the West Bank (the Jordan Valley and the settlements), on the basis of the Trump administrations "peace plan." This plan is one more step in the direction of anything but a peace agreement with the Palestinians.

The Muslim Holocaust Researcher – Aish

| May 12, 2020

Prof. Mehnaz Afridi, a Pakistani Muslim, has been the director of the Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center in New York for the past decade.

Miss Going to Plays? LA Theatre Works Made The Classics Available As Podcasts – Jewish Journal

| May 12, 2020

Theaters are dark during these days of self-distancing and quarantining at home, but like other forms of entertainment, the theatrical experience has shifted to cyberspace.


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